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Hiking in Styria

Explore the eclectic terrain of an Austrian cultural bastion on a compelling trekking adventure while hiking through Styria!

The southeast region of Austria stretches into the heart of the country and the Austrian Alps, so you will have your hands full – and your feet happy – with delightful, scenic, and unforgettable hikes. See the towering peaks from a Dachstein suspension bridge, peruse the wineries and vineyards that produce Steiermark tradition, or just spend a day immersed in the outdoor culture of Styria and its storied hiking trails! “Compare and book a certified guide for your Hiking trip with Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our Hiking selection. The mountains are calling!

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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Austria

From the heart of the Alps to the River Mur of Graz, Styria has many different ways to woo the wayward hiker. Glaciers, peaks, and exposed ridges allow for incredible vistas, notably in the northwest, but for those who want a different experience, perhaps a farmhouse culture tour, Aflenz-Kurort might be more your speed. To the south, wine and hiking go hand in hand, so touring a vineyard to release bottled up energy is best rewarded with a local glass of Blauer Zweigelt.


Good to know:

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Euro (EUR)


German; Austrian German

Best Time to Visit

May through September are the warmest and most pleasant for a perfect hike in Styria


The weather corresponds to a traditional Central European climate. Styria is one of the coldest regions of Austria, though it does have warm summer months. It is cold, wet, and snowy from late autumn to early spring

How to Get There

You can reach Styria by flying directly into Graz, which has direct flights from Vienna, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, and Istanbul. London, Paris, and other European cities can also transfer to Graz in Vienna. Other regional airports include Niederoblarn and Turnau. Austrian Federal Railways efficiently serves the region with train transportation

More info about Hiking in Styria:

Located in the southeast of Austria, Styria is known for its mountainous and forested landscape. From farms and vineyards to the service-oriented northern mountains, it offers a wide range of options for hikers and trekkers to explore. While Graz is the main point of entry for hikes in the region, you can also access notable areas of interest from Salzburg (like Dachstein) and Vienna. Significant art and architecture is abundant in the region. The clock tower Uhrturm in Graz is an icon. The city even has a hill at its center, the Schlossberg, complete with a castle and funicular railway. There are many hikes for beginners and experienced trekkers alike. The more mountainous areas will clearly provide a challenging tour in contrast with the gentle trails and rolling hills of the lowland forests

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