Walking through nature. Feel the leisureliness of movement. Enjoy the green of the forest and the meadows. Finding inner freedom in the mountains. This is what a hiking holiday at Reiters feel-good hotel feels like. A hiking holiday in Styria promises you varied routes through a diverse flora and fauna: from the gentle forest road for easy family hikes, to winding paths through forests for explorers, to difficult climbs for professional mountaineers, no wish remains unfilled in the Styrian Ennstal. You can find our favourite hikes here.
Where skiers speed down the slopes in winter, sheep graze peacefully in summer. The gently re-naturalised slopes on Hauser Kaibling are also beautiful to look at and, above all, beautiful to walk on in the warmer months! Take the cable car up to our local mountain, the Hauser Kaibling, and enjoy the magnificent panoramic view of the Ennstal from the top. The “Schafsinn” circular route was created as part of an EU project and brings you even closer to nature with information boards. The circular route can be walked in two variants: One is a pram-friendly, easy loop and the other is a medium-difficulty route for sure–footed hikers.
To reach the summit of our local mountain, simply take the cable car in Haus in Ennstal – only five minutes away from Reiters feel-good hotel. This takes you up to the Sender plateau. The circular route to the summit of Hauser Kaibling can be completed in about two hours and is also highly recommended for children. In about half an hour you reach the summit, which is the highest point of the Schladming 4-mountain ski circuit. Enjoy the magnificent view and take a summit selfie before you make your way to the Kaiblingalm. The way back is via the “children’s adventure trail” with 5 puzzle stations. You can get the puzzle map at the “Schutzhaus Kaiblingalm”.
If you are looking for a somewhat greater sporting challenge, you can not only take the summit tour to Hauser Kaibling, but also continue from there via the “Rossfeldsattel” following the signs to Moaralmsee. Via several varied ascents and descents as well as a narrow rock passage, you will reach the turquoise-green mountain lake, embedded in a unique backdrop of sheer rocks and mountain peaks. You can return the same way or follow route no. 781 through an exceptionally beautiful alpine landscape. The tour takes about 3 hours in total and requires some physical fitness and surefootedness. Have fun on the Hauser Kaibling!
When hiking it really is true:
The path is the goal.