Best parks in Styria

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Explore the most popular parks in Styria with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Best parks (10)
#1 - Gesäuse National Park
Styria, Austria
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Gesäuse National Park is located in the Upper Styrian region and is the newest national park in the country. This beautiful area of Austria consists of dense forests, wetlands, and mountain pastures. This high alpine park features breathtakingly beautiful hiking trails with incredible viewpoints. The region, shaped by the Enns, includes steep rocky cliff walls with activities for outdoor enthusiasts of all types. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful networks of hiking trails, ski trails, or explore the park while paddling on the river.Show more
#2 - Almenland Nature Park
Styria, Austria
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As one of the largest contiguous alpine pastures in Europe, Almenland is a beautiful destination for a day trip outside. Located between Teichalm and Sommeralm, the park features beautiful mountain peaks, fantastic hiking trails, and a diversity of wildlife. The Bärenschütz Gorge and Siebenkögel are a couple of the most popular attractions among visitors. In the spring, Almenland is home to one of the most beautiful wildflower blooms you will find.Show more
#3 - Sölktäler Nature Park
Styria, Austria
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Sölktäler Nature Park, located in the Lower Tauern, is an incredibly fantastic region consisting of rocky mountain peaks, alpine meadows, and crystal clear waters. Visitors can enjoy the park's extensive trail network and explore the park's waterfalls and lakes. Show more
#4 - Styrian Eisenwurzen Nature Park
Styria, Austria
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The Styrian Eisenwurzen Nature Park is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. Visitors can explore the park's extensive system of hiking and biking trails, raft along the Salza, and explore the park's natural history museums. Hike along the Wasserloch Gorge or follow the path around the rocky Lurgmäuer.Show more
#5 - Southern Styria Nature Park
Styria, Austria
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Southern Styria Nature Park is located in the region west of Leibnitz. This wine region features some of the best hiking trails in the area. Altenbach and Heilihenheist Gorge, Seggau Castle, and the Frauenberg Temple Museum are also some of the most popular attractions among visitors.Show more
#6 - Raab-Őrség-Goričko Nature Park
Styria, Austria
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Raab-Őrség-Goričko Nature Park, the only nature park in Europe covering three countries, consists of undulating fields and meadows dotted with vineyards and farms. The network of trails teaches visitors about the region's agriculture and natural history. Another great way to explore the park is by a canoe trip along the Raab and Lafnitz. For those more interested in discovering the cultural history in the area, you can pay a visit to Tabor Castle.Show more
#7 - Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen Nature Park
Styria, Austria
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Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen Nature Park is located in northwestern Styria on the Carinthian border. Whether you are interested in hiking, mountain biking, or road cycling, this park is sure to offer something for nature lovers of all types. The park features some of the most breathtaking views in the entire Styrian region. Visitors can see the St. Lambrecht Abbey or learn about the park's natural history at the Nature Museum. The Via Natura, a 130km long distance hiking trail, runs through the nature park and is a popular route with lots to see.Show more
#8 - Pöllauer Valley Nature Park
Styria, Austria
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Pöllauer Tal Nature Park, centered around the towns of Pöllau and Pöllauberg, is a beautiful hilly region with forests, meadows, and a fantastic network of hiking trails. The region is known for its fruit orchards, in particular the deer pear, which is used to produce juice, schnapps, and dried fruit. Show more
#9 - Biosphere Reserve of Salzburger Lungau and Carinthian Nockberge
Styria, Austria
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Looking for a great trail in Biosphere Reserve of Salzburger Lungau and Carinthian Nockberge, Styria? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, views trails, wildlife trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Gearing up for a challenge? There are 5 hard trails in Biosphere Reserve of Salzburger Lungau and Carinthian Nockberge ranging from 5.9 to 10.4 miles and from 4,639 to 8,067 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!Show more
#10 - West and East Slopes of the Zirbitzkogel
Styria, Austria
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Explore the most popular trails in West und Ostabhänge des Zirbitzkogels with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.Show more