The holiday region Schladming-Dachstein is situated in the heart of Austria and is well connected with international roads. The region is famous for wintersports. In Alpine skiing the Schladming region is known for the Alpine Ski World Championships in 1982 and 2013 and the annual Nightrace - the FIS World Cup Night Slalom. In Nordic sports especially Ramsau am Dachstein is known for the Nordic Ski World Championships in 1999 and the annual competitions of the Nordic Combined World Cup. Of course not only the events, but the high-quality holiday infrastructure provide for the fame of the holiday region Schladming-Dachstein - be it the perfectly groomed slopes of the 4-mountain ski area or the large network of cross-country ski runs in Ramsau, Obertal and Untertal that make cross-country skiers hearts beat faster.
Haus Talblick and its two holiday apartments are situated in Rohrmoos, approximately 1.5 km from Schladming. The small village - deriving its name from the moss that used to cover the plateau until the mid of the 20th century - is famous for its extensive network of walks and hiking trails in all level of difficulties in summer. One of the outstanding hikes is definitely the theme trail Wild Waters in Untertal with the surrounding network of trails. The theme trail can be reached from Haus Talblick in 20 walking minutes. Other hiking highlights in the region Schladming-Dachstein are:
For passionate hikers the region Schladming-Dachstein has a number of additional highlights. The peak of Hoher Dachstein (2,996 m) is only a representative for several alpine mountain experiences. Other prominent mountains are Hochgolling (2,863 m) - the highest peak of the Schladming and Niedere Tauern mountain range - Hochwildstelle (2,747 m) or Höchstein (2,543 m). Additionally 19 via ferratas and countless climbing tours offer a variety of sportive challenges for climbers. A very good time for hikes is definitely in fall, when the days are clear and the temperatures more pleasant than in the hot summer months of July and August.
Hiking for sure is the central topic in the region between Dachstein massif and the Schladming Tauern mountain range. However, the biggest holiday region in Styria has a lot more to offer. With the premium holiday card Sommercard you enjoy free entrance to dozens of leisure time activities:
Also, the region around Schladming offers a wide network of bike routes - about 900 kms of mountainbike trails and the world cup proof downhill course from Planai wait to be explored by you. For families, the tourist office Schladming offers its own holiday programme - the family JOKER - a programme designed for kids and families.
In winter the holiday region Schladming-Dachstein is one of Austria's top ski areas with its 4-mountain ski area - and Haus Talblick with its apartments is right in the heart of the region. Skiing starts in front of our door. After the first ride you find yourself at the valley terminal Planai-West - the central point of the 4-mountain ski area where you choose to either go West towards Hochwurzen and Reiteralm, or East to Planai and Hauser Kaibling.
At Hochwurzen in Rohrmoos you additionally have the possibility to go skiing at night or for a sled run on the 7 km long toboggan track. The modern Hochwurzen gondola brings you to the top. With Hochwurzenhütte, Hochwurzenalm, Seiterhütte with Celtic Bar and Tauernalm there are 4 mountain inns along the piste and the toboggan run - and there is definitely an option for everybody. Your advantage: the night bus of Planai-Hochwurzen stops right in front of Haus Talblick and takes you to Hochwurzen gondola and the sled rentals of Schi Lenz and Tauernalm.
If you are in search for an alternative programme to skiing, the ski bus also takes you to Untertal valley, where you can enjoy cross country skiing on Kristallloipe and Sportoipe tracks and make a stop at Waldhäuslalm or Gasthof Tetter for a rest and a culinary delight. Directly from Rohrmoos you can also access various winter walking trails or head out equipped with snow shoes, for which we recommend a tour into Obertal valley and a lunch break at Windbacherstube.