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Walking in the Salzkammergut: the Austrian Lake District

30 walks in Salzburg's lakes and mountains, including the Dachstein

By Rudolf Abraham

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Guidebook describing 30 day walks among the lakes and mountains of Austria's Salzkammergut. Easily accessible from Salzburg, the area is sometimes described as the Austrian Lake District. Routes range from easy lakeside strolls and walks to local points of interest to more strenuous through-routes and ascents of the neighbouring peaks.

Seasons

The hiking season in Salzkammergut runs from May to October, with the best months for walking being June, July and September.

Centres

Altauseer See, Bad Ischl, Dachstein, Fuschlsee, Gosausee, Grundlsee, Hallstätter See, Mondsee, Traunsee, Wolfgangsee

Difficulty

Day walks, mostly graded easy to moderate, with a few longer or more challenging routes. No special equipment or technical skills required.

Must See

Beautiful lakes including Fuschlsee, Mondsee and Traunsee below peaks such as Feuerkogel, Schafberg and Trisselwand. The Unesco-listed Dachstein massif, and the sprawling karst plateaus of the Totes Gebirge and Höllengebirge. World-famous salt mines at Hallstatt and Altausee, and beautiful towns such as Bad Ischl and St Gilgen.
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9781852849962
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29 Mar 2021
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First
Pages
184
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17.2 x 11.6 x 1.1cm
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Rudolf Abraham

Rudolf Abraham is an award-winning travel writer and photographer specialising in Croatia, Central and Eastern Europe. He is the author of over 10 books, and his work is published widely in magazines. He first visited Croatia in the late 1990s, returned to live in Zagreb for two years, and continues to make several trips a year to his favourite country in Europe.

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