Central Europe’s most abundant water supply ...
Styrian Water Route
Visitors to Styria’s Water Route can absorb the life forces which emanate from the water. In the water and at the water’s edge there are plenty of opportunities to relax or to work off surplus energy. Crystal-clear mountain water flows through lush meadows, over rocks and through ravines in this region, which has the most abundant water sources in Central Europe. The region is perfect for swimming, fishing, kayaking and ice climbing.
The following places (in alphabetical order) are located along the Styrian Water Route:
Aflenz-Kurort| Aflenz-Land | Allerheiligen | Altenberg an der Rax | Bruck an der Mur | Etmißl | Ganz | Gußwerk | Halltal | Kapellen | Kindberg | Krieglach | Langenwang | Mariazell | Mitterdorf im Mürztal | Mürzsteg | Mürzhofen | Neuberg | Parschlug-Pogier | Spital am Semmering | Stanz | St. Ilgen | St. Katharein | St. Lorenzen | St. Sebastian | Thörl | Turnau | Tragöß | Veitsch | Wartberg