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High above, in 3.029 metres above sea level and directly at the border to the Hohe Tauern National Park, you can feel alpine nature with all your senses. An alpine experience, which is usually reserved for experienced alpinists on their mountain...more
All reviews viewing platform breathtaking views take your time expensive trip summer card worth the trip an amazing experience cable car well worth the visit ski pass free access tunnel gallery cars meters cinema height
My wife and i did this during our stay in Zell am See. The hotel we stayed in participated in the summer card scheme so it cost us nothing. The journey to the top via the three different cable cars in fun but you will...More
Great journey up by 3 cable cars and ski lift. Stunning views at the top, along with cinema and gallery. Do walk through the tunnel to get a slightly different view. Can have a photo taken on the viewing platform which can then be seen...More
Great lifts to the top all free with your summer card!
Opens your eyes to global warming and the effect on the glacier?
Ice tunnel great and informative, restaurant at summit reasonably priced. Not too busy on the day we visited in September.
An amazing experience awaits as you are whisked up to this viewing platform in a series of cable cars and funicular. Pause, or pose, at the top for a photo at 3029 metres. Marvel at the sheer beauty of nature. A highly recommended 'must-do' activity!
4 cable cars and a finicular railway get you to the top where snow stays even in the height of summer - breath taking views and a amazing place well wortht he trip - try to go on a clear day for the best views...More
Lots of history in the tunnel, and great views from the observation platform. The tunnel to the observation platform is cold and damp inside, so warm clothing is required. Walk back from the observation platform is uphill. At 3000m, walking uphill may be harder for...More
This is an expensive thing to do, so go there in good weather conditions or you'll regret it. We paid 142 euro for 2 adults and 2 teens.
We were there early because we wanted to make a day of it and it really is...More
Unfortunately the first time we went there was poor visibility and when we got to the top there was snow and a temp of -2c. Fortunately the restaurant serves good coffee and cake. We went back another day when visibility was better. If you can,...More