Holiday region Murau-Murtal in Styria

The Murau-Kreischberg region is part of the holiday region of Murtal in Styria. Visit this unique area in summer for hiking, cycling or simply to enjoy a few days in the beauty of nature. In winter, numerous slopes and trails for skiing and cross-country skiing beckon. Or why not try something new with ski touring or snowshoe hiking.

Holiday in the Murtal

The holiday region of Murtal is typified by gentle lake valleys and dozens of peaks ranging from 700 to 2,700 m in height. Discover the variety in a remarkable natural backdrop. The holiday region of Murtal could have been made for a holiday with the whole family. Special customs in the region include the carnival races and the traditional Almabtrieb (ceremonial driving of cattle down from the mountain pastures in autumn). A holiday in a class of its own is offered at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.

In the warm seasons, you will find a plethora of hiking and cycling trails for active vacation days. Lakes and bathing facilities provide the required cool-off.

In winter, guests flock to the ski slopes and cross-country trails in the Murtal. Ski tours, snowshoe hikes and ice skating are also beloved among visitors.

Holders of the GuestCard are entitled to a wide range of discounts and special offers. Across the holiday region Murau-Murtal, you can benefit from the advantages of the GuestCard on excursions, as well as at trade and commercial enterprises. The Brauerei der Sinne (Brewery of the Senses) in Murau, the Therme Aqualux in Fohnsdorf and the Hohentauern Nature Discovery Park are some of the most popular destinations.


Styria – the green heart of Austria

Are nature, enjoyment and comfort close to your heart? Spend a holiday in the federal state of Styria. From glaciers to wine, you have the unique chance to discover the kind of variety that you certainly won’t find anywhere else.

Much of the state is forested, which is why Styria is also known as "the green heart of Austria". But this isn't the only thing that sets the state apart. Typical Styrian treasures include wine, apples, pumpkins and of course thermal water.

The north-west of Styria, where the Murau-Kreischberg region is located, is characterised predominantly by its gentle mountains. Hike on the Gstoder, the Frauenalpe or the Stolzalpe, breathe in deeply and simply enjoy nature!


Austria – land of mountains

Austria attracts holidaymakers largely for its extraordinary landscapes. In addition to its emblematic mountains, there are also lakes, rivers and valleys here that are considered true natural beauties. Out in the great outdoors, guests can get active and in doing so really switch off properly.

But the towns and cities of Austria too are well worth visiting. Marvel at their Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and contemporary architecture.