Altausseer See im Sommer
The holiday village of AlpenParks Hagan Lodge with its verdant backdrop, close to the idyllic location Altaussee, is a perfect starting point for everyone who wants to have an active holiday. You can start off on lots of adventures, such as fantastically beautiful hiking and mountain tours right from your holiday lodge, or you can get to other adventures in just a few minutes – such as a challenging day in the Outdoor park with its climbing centre and numerous courses, very close to your holiday lodge, or have a game of Golf in the wonderful atmosphere of the Salzkammergut.
The lodges are designed precisely for your active holiday, no matter what activity you have chosen to partake in. You have your own, lockable storage room for all your sports equipment, from mountain bikes, to prams and skis in the winter.
Altaussee: a vision of green meadows and forests, towering bright summits, which are lit up in the sun and the crystal-clear mysterious lake, in which as well as the numerous fish, some mermaids may be splashing about. In contrast, in the winter a magical landscape of ice and snow awaits, with clean winter air and superb winter sports opportunities.
In Altaussee tradition lives on - the traditional Altaussee costume, the ‘Dirndl’ is still worn today in lots of cheery, bright colours – a modern twist. Fishermen and miners have been a part of life in Altausee for centuries, and the numerous artists too, who are inspired by the lake and the mountains.
In summer and in winter you’ll hear the exclamation: Let’s go to the mountains! The view from the Loser to Ausseerland is utterly breathtaking. In the distance you are greeted by ‘King Dachstein’ and the summit of Großvenediger, covered in glaciers, glisten in the sunlight. Hiking, mountain climbing, mountain biking, Nordic Walking and much more make a summer holiday in Altaussee an active holiday.
Numerous festivals and a lively tradition is what characterises the holiday region around Lake Altaussee. Authentic folk music is part of everyday life here. Lots of young musicians develop ‘their’ folk music in a completely new and entertaining way.