Seecamping Schluga

Address: Presseggen 29, Hermagor Pressegger See, Carinthia, Austrian Alps, 9620, Austria | 4 star campground
 
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This 4 star campground is located on Presseggen 29, Hermagor Pressegger See.
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    Travel Blogs from Hermagor Pressegger See

    Back in the saddle

    A travel blog entry by eyork on Oct 17, 2015

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    ... the lake! The scenery was beautiful with forests, mountains and waterfalls. Once we made it to the town again we were freezing so headed back to the van for soup. Then we took the main road through Bohinjska to Lake Bohinj in the Triglav National park. It's beautiful. We have never experienced Autumn like this before! So many spectacular colours. All up we rode for about 4hours (75km) before heading back to the van for ...

    Kärnten Therme

    A travel blog entry by eyork on Oct 14, 2015

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    Given the horrid rain forecast we treated ourselves to a day out at the Kärnten Therme. We stopped to buy some lunch on the way and got to the pools just after noon. They are very impressive! They had an inside and outside thermal pool, lap pool, three water slides, a 'crazy ...

    Burg Hochosterwitz

    A travel blog entry by eyork on Oct 13, 2015

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    100 days on the road! We pottered around Krumpendorf before heading to Burg Hochosterwitz, a 30 minute drive north east. The castle was spectacular from outside! Built in the 800's up on a huge rock. Unfortunately it wasn't quite as impressive inside. We had ...

    Triglav National Park - The Julian Alps

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 05, 2015

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    ... named after Julius Caesar. The highest peak in
    the range is Mount Triglav at 2,864 meters (9,376 feet). That’s not
    particularly high by Alpine standards but is the highest peak in the country
    and is of enough significance that Slovenia’s flag includes a representation of
    its triple summits. Most of the unpopulated wilderness region is preserved as
    Triglav National Park, Slovenia’s only one, and is surrounded by a couple of
    towns like Bovec ...

    A short ride to Millstatt

    A travel blog entry by eurobiker on Sep 29, 2015

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    ... sensible. It was lovely to sit there in shirt sleeves, making the most of the warm afternoon sun.



    Eventually I headed back to the bike and retraced my steps to Malta. The road may be fiddly and rough in places but the RT felt quite at-home when I switched the suspension to the soft setting. Every view of the lake, mountains, forests and pastures was ...