5 Fingers Krippenstein
Five Fingers Plattform
5 Fingers Dachstein
Way to 5 Fingers
5 Fingers Easy Hike
5 Fingers Photo Frame
Spectacular Views From 5 Fingers
Dachstein Cable Car
Three spectacular highlights in one sightseeing tour: 5 of the most spectacular viewing platforms in Austria, “5 Fingers”, the picturesque Lakes and Mountains district “Salzkammergut” and the extraordinary village “Hallstatt” at Lake Hallstättersee. The UNESCO Cultural Heritage Committee wrote: “… nature of extraordinary beauty added to scientific import …” Some guests say it is the most extraordinary lake village in the world.
In winter you also can rent snow shoes at the ticket counter.
Cable car entrance not included!
|01st January to 31st December|
|Tour Start||09:00 am|
Important Info a) Additional hours on request, when possible each extra hour cost Euro 90/-
b) Some of tours need to cross over the country border, in case of border control we recommend you to carry passport.
c) Please inform us in case you want to take baby with you, we will try to arrange a suitable baby seat.
On this tour you get the chance to go up not only to one but 5 of the most spectacular viewing platforms in Austria. Only 20 to 30 minutes easy hiking one way from the top of the cable car station are necessary for an unforgettable experience. (In winter you need to have sturdy snow boots. With lots of snow special equipment can be rented at the cable car station.)
On the way to 5 Fingers and Hallstatt we go through the famous Lakes and Mountains district “Salzkammergut” passing by also hotel Schloss Fushl and the headquarters of Red Bull. Our 1st photo stop is high over Lake Wolfgang and the Mozart village St. Gilgen.
Finally we will reach the extraordinary village Hallstatt at lake Hallstätter See. It is simply amazing how the houses were built between the mountains and the lake. 7000 years of salt mining and the findings of eminent historic import even gave a scientific epoch its name: The “Hallstatt period” with the “Hallstatt Culture”. Together with the Dachstein region Hallstatt was declared an UNESCO Heritage site.