Geotrail Copper Ore Path

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The Copper Ore Path is very much the backbone of the Ore of the Alps UNESCO Global Geopark. It leads from St. Veit across the sunny alpine terrace above Mühlbach to the Arthurhaus below the Hochkönig, continuing via the former miners’ path to Bischofshofen, into the very heart of the Geopark, to the Geopark Visitor Center and over the Hochgründeck to Hüttau. The Copper Ore Path offers countless experiences and takes you past an array of natural, cultural and historical highlights. The geo-sites and panoramic views are especially impressive. Complete information can also be found in the book “UNESCO Geoparke in Österreich“, Pfeil Verlag 2017
The Copper Ore Path can be hiked either in 5 stages, or in a slightly abbreviated version consisting of only 4 stages.
Stage 1: from St. Veit across a sunny alpine terrace to Mühlbach am Hochkönig
Stage 2: from Mühlbach am Hochkönig to the Arthurhaus
Stage 3: from the Arthurhaus to the Visitor Center in Bischofshofen
Stage 4: from Bischofshofen to the top of the Hochgründeck – Heinrich Kiener Haus
Stage 5: from the Hochgründeck down to Hüttau

Geotrail Waterfall Path


A scenic tour providing fascinating insights into the “untamed nature” of the Gainfeldbach Waterfall as well as past sites of prehistoric and historic mining. Beautiful views of Bischofshofen and Salzachtal are guaranteed.
Tour portal: Geotrail Waterfall Path

Geotrail Mühlbach Ore Path

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The Mühlbach Ore Path leads to sites of prehistoric copper mining and more recent copper mining in the modern era. Along the path, you will encounter informational sketches as well as a series of interactive stations on the topic of copper mining.
Tour portal: Geotrail Mühlbach Ore Path



Along perfectly maintained paths, this hike takes you through Liechtensteinklamm, one of the most attractive and popular gorges in all of Austria. With regards to its length, depth, wildness and abundance of water, this gorge is truly a natural wonder.
Tour portal Liechtensteinklamm