Schladming's central location also offers many opportunities for excursions. With the Sommercard, for example, admission to the museums is free. The Trautenfels Museum with its imposing location and view over the Enns Valley, onto the Grimming and into the small village of Pürgg, the Kripperl of Styria, is really great. The museum offers an impressive show about life in the Ennstal and also changing high-quality exhibitions. Highly recommended. - approx. 40 km
The Benedictine monastery of Admont with the world's largest monastery library is also internationally renowned. 70,000 volumes on display and a breathtakingly beautiful ambience with frescoes and marble floors. The monastery also offers very diverse museum areas and has made a name for itself in the field of contemporary art in recent years. Impressive and a clear recommendation for a visit. - approx. 70 km
Hohenwerfen and Eisriesenhöhle - two attractions in the village of Werfen. One is the mighty castle that towers over the Salzach valley. Here you can immerse yourself in the Middle Ages. The lively castle courtyard, the view and the exciting, eventful history are well worth discovering. Today Hohenwerfen Castle is also home to a bird of prey station, whose feathered inhabitants show off their skills at a bird of prey show.
Opposite is the Eisriesenhöhle (giant ice cave) - it is like diving into another world. Inside the mountain are metre-high layers of ice that look like a fantasy world. Very worth seeing excursion destination. - 50 km