For the professionals

The difficult hiking trails are characterised by mountain paths, some of which also wind through rocky terrain. The pioneer in the Almenland Nature Park is certainly the Bärenschützklamm. These hiking trails are usually more than 16 kilometres long and you climb more than 800 metres in altitude. Good physical condition, a head for heights and mountain experience are required here. The appropriate equipment should also be available for each hike.

There are also several day and multi-day hiking trails through the nature park. The so-called stage trails stop at one or the other peak. Particularly popular is the Styrian Mariazell Long Distance Trail or the stage trail "From Glacier to Wine", which runs right through Styria.

Bärenschützklamm hiking tour styria


The gorge is temporarily closed and is expected to open in May 2024.
Mountain loop road from Passail hiking tour

Mountain loop road

loop road - difficult
26,6 km | 1.090m total rise
Mountain farmer round Gasen hiking tour

Farmer Tour

loop road - difficult
19,4 km | 860m total rise
Way of 100.000 steps hiking tour in Styria

Way of 100.000 steps

loop road with 6 stages
middle - difficult
94 km | 4.000m all in all
Styrian Mariazeller way hiking tour Styria

Mariazeller Tour

Soboth - Mariazell
one direction - difficult
277 km | 7.768 m total rise
From glacier to wine hiking tour styria

From glacier to wine

Hiking tour in 35 stages
route tour - middle/difficult
547,5 km | 20.032 hm
Summit circular trail Teichalm - Sommeralm

Summit Circular Trail

loop road - difficult
24,1 km | 1.080m total rise
Proper conduct while hiking at nature park

Proper hiking conduct

To make your hike a pure pleasure, we have compiled tips here for the correct behaviour in alpine terrain.


Safety in the alps also with a dog

Livestock and dogs

The Almenland is also grazing land for oxen, young cattle, horses and sheep. Please observe the following rules for dealing with grazing livestock, especially if you are travelling with a dog.