It's worth going! It's so beautiful! Please take a look at my pictures, you don’t need to use too many words to describe it, it’s definitely: Climb high and look into the distance to see all the mountains! 2,996 meters above sea level, stunning scenery! recommend!
At the back of the town, there is a highway halfway up the mountain, and there is a small parking lot there. There is a small waterfall on the back of the parking lot. The water flow is quite large, but narrow.
There are many stairs at the back of the town to climb up to the halfway up the mountain, and there is a waterfall in the middle of the mountain. You can see the whole town in the middle of the mountain. It is very beautiful. Although it is not a red-roofed roof, it is also patchy.
Hallstatt is a charming lake town, more than 3000 meters above sea level of the alpine mountains and clear lakes, some of the trainspotter turned the place into a paradise on earth, because the scenery alone thick, so is known as "Europe''s most beautiful town".
Hoher Duchstain is a mountain that comes with great scenery.At 2,700 meters the highest mountain of Styria presents itself with a legendary natural scenery and a panoramic view over the mountain.
Strongly karstic Austrian mountain, and the second highest mountain in the Northern Limestone Alps. The first ascent was on 1834.
Dachstein is a famous attraction in Obertraun and can be reached by cable car. The cable car is divided into three sections. The first section visits the ice cave with the remains of mammoths; the second section allows you to see the panoramic view of the area around Hallstatt Lake from the Wuzhifeng Observation Deck: the third section arrives at the alpine ski resort, where is The Dachstein Glacier, a World Natural Heritage Site.
On September 7th, we arrived at the Dachstein Bahn station (Dachstein Bahn). The cable car runs every half an hour, and the ice cave station is about 15 minutes away. You need to buy a ticket to visit the ice cave here. To the Five Fingers Observation Deck, the second section of the cable car was transferred here. Passengers lined up again to swipe their cards to enter the gate. The second section was much less crowded and the carriages looked relatively empty. Near the top of the mountain, I can only hear the whistling of the wind outside the car. When I walk out of the cable car station, I immediately feel the harshness of nature. The top of the stone mountain is bumpy, and the rugged rocks are filled with low grass and cushion-like plants. In the distance is the majestic Dachstein Peak. The gentle slopes under Dachstein Peak are covered with snow. That is the Dachstein Glacier, the World Natural Heritage Site, and the third end of the cable car. Since it is not the peak ski season, take the Very few people go to the cable car.
There is still some distance from the cable car station to the Five Fingers Observation Deck. Fortunately, there are not many paths on the mountain and the signs are very clear. Just follow the crowd. Although the weather is fine, the mountains are windy and cold. Turn right along the gravel road to the side of the mountain. There are patches of low bushes scattered under the hillside. Several low wooden benches are erected on the green and yellow weed slope for tourists to rest. The mountains are ridged, and in the valleys, a pool of clear water surrounds the foot of the mountain, which is Lake Hallstatt. It has just cleared and the fog in the mountains has not yet faded, but the village of Hallstatt and the ancient salt mines on the mountain can be seen clearly.
Slowly on the mountain while playing and walking for about half an hour, came to the Fivo Fingers viewing platform. Fivo Fingers may be the most spectacular viewing platform in the Alps. I saw five independent bridges built with steel frames, stretched out like a hand, suspended on a 400-meter-high cliff. Among them, the viewing platform in the middle uses a glass passage. Due to the narrow passage, the glass stepped on it is very dirty, making it difficult to see the scenery below. A baroque photo frame is set up on the viewing platform on the far left, which is specially designed for tourists to take photos with Hallstatt World Heritage. Standing on the five-finger viewing platform, you can easily see the corners of Obertraun; you can also see the rainwater flow of Obertraun into Lake Hallstatt.
Leaving the Five Fingers Observation Deck and turning back to the vicinity of the cable car station, it was past 12:30 noon. I felt a little hungry in my stomach. There is a mountain top restaurant next to the cable car station. Lodge am Krippenstein (Lodge am Krippenstein). Krippenstein House was founded in 1842. It looks like a two-story building made of round logs. In fact, there is a basement inside the house. The decoration is very modern. There is a balcony outside the restaurant. Guests can dine on the balcony. See the Dachstein Glacier opposite.
Dachstein is a highly recommended attraction.