Almtaler Bergwiesn - Mountain meadow with rest area Tissenbach

Scharnstein, Oberösterreich, Österreich
A project of the Almtaler Bergwiesn cultural landscape and cultural property conservation association

Along the popular hiking trail from the Tissenbachtal to the Scharnstein castle ruins lies a renatured and newly tended mountain meadow. A rest area was set up a little above, in order to be able to really enjoy this idyllic place with a view of the opposite Bräumauer.

This family-friendly excursion can be wonderfully combined with a visit to the Geyerhammer Museum. The ideal way to get there is with the Almtalbahn (Wels-Grünau) to Scharnstein-Mühldorf train station. A newly built wooden bridge leads to the right bank of the Alm river.

Other hiking options: along the “Genuss am Almfluss” path in both directions or up to the Windhagkogel or the Hochsalm.

Click here for the Xibit Audio Guide about the themed path to the defensive wall of the Scharnstein ruins.

Parking fees

From the parking lot after Haus Tießenbach 43 there is now a driving ban, with the exception of cyclists! Please use the signposted parking spaces at Museum Geyerhammer!

Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
Season
  • Summer

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Contact


Almtaler Bergwiesn - Mountain meadow with rest area Tissenbach
Fischerbühel 41
4644 Scharnstein

Phone +43 664 73700500
E-Mail info@almtaler-bergwiesn.at
Web www.almtaler-bergwiesn.at
https://www.almtaler-bergwiesn.at

Contact person
Franz Mayrhofer
Almtaler Bergwiesn
Fischerbühel 41
4644 Scharnstein

Phone +43 664 73700500
E-Mail info@almtaler-bergwiesn.at
Web www.almtaler-bergwiesn.at

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