The Panorama-Rundweg is a pleasant hike for all ages just below the Planai summit. This pram-friendly path affords magnificent views of the Schladming mountain world as well as all the way down into Ennstal. Yet another highlight on the Panorama-Rundweg is the "Place of Reflection". Here, a reclined "wooden cross" was installed next to the Planaisee.
Distance: 2.2 kilometers
Time: 40 minutes
This hiking path through forest and meadows also leads to some of the most important stations of the Alpine Ski World Championships 2013. Explore the famous sections, experience first-hand the starting positions of the race skiers, and allow yourself to be intrigued by fascinating background information. The starting point for this walk is the mountain station of the Planai 10-passenger gondola.
Distance: variable - depending on the route
Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
The Krahbergzinken rewards summiteers with imposing views across the entire Schladming-Dachstein region. The path up the Krahbergzinken runs initially along the Panorama-Rundweg, after which a very comfortable gravel path brings you straight to the summit. An absolute highlight of the Planai. The return hike once again leads along the Panorama-Rundweg back to the mountain station.
Distance: 5.5 kilometers
Time: 2 hours 30 min (out and back)
The 2221 m high Seerieszinken demands a head for heights and surefootedness, but the summit experience itself is absolutely magical. This hike leads from the Panorama-Rundweg in the direction of the Krahbergzinken, then branches off through steep terrain up to the summit of the Seerisezinken. You will then take the Panorama-Rundweg back to the mountain station.
Distance: 6 kilometers
Time: 3 hours 30 min
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