Address: Hohentauern, Styria, Austria | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hohentauern

An awesome week with Contiki Ski!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Feb 22, 2015

... of having ripped pants it felt so nice to be wearing the new pants and I actually really like them so it worked out well. Hopefully I can get my money back for my old pants back in London!! After an awesome morning we met up with the girls for lunch then carried on together getting some more videos and trying a few tricks. I have been practising riding switch but at the moment I can only turn one way which means I just spin in circles down the mountain. At the end of our last ...

Some time in the Alps

A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Oct 19, 2014

1 comment, 76 photos

... the scenery. John went for a walk in the snow and got to the top of a mountain where a couple of tourists were star jumping and taking photos of each other in the snow near the cliff edge, did not seem to be too smart to him so he left them and headed back. Heaps of hang gliders up the top, not for me I am afraid. Caught the Gondola down, nice lunch and we will spend the afternoon planning our trip into Italy tomorrow. Out with the Schnitzels and Wurst, in with Pasta and ...

Freudenthaler Cousins Reunion

A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder on Sep 13, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

This small little getaway town, felt like Austria's very own "Banff" if you will.

We met with 38 other people, including Ben's mom, dad and uncle John. And got to know more about the Freudenthaler history. Hearing stories and sharing photographs from the past, especially special for us were photographs of Ben's grandpa Alfred.
It was very clear to me that he ...

Germany > Austria

A travel blog entry by k9nny on Jul 01, 2014

1 photo

... 100m would be considered short, and on a straight road, you can see the exit as you enter, but the longest are measured in kilometres and most notable are marked on the map and have names. There is no point of reference inside the longer tunnels, and it’s difficult to determine whether you are travelling up or downhill. My personal best of 5.5km was a short lived record, as on the return journey it was smashed, but more about that later.

Our ...

Day Three

A travel blog entry by juri_mp on Jul 04, 2011

7 photos

The third hiking day is said to be "the crisis day“; therefore, it is highly recommended to take a smaller trip in order to let the body regenerate. However, our trip leaders came to the conclusion that since we were to spend in the Styrian Alps only four days, we can make another challenging hiking tour. And to make it more interesting, I forgot to take my nordic walking sticks :P For some reason my knees always act up when I ...