- Winter in the Mühlviertel
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St. Georgen does not Hibernate:
There are many Things to do in the Winter!
Over 15 kilometers of well groomed cross country ski tracks, including a separate skating track, lead visitors through a winter wonderland. Every Friday night you may go for a run in floodlight, which is a unique experience.
Modern ski lifts with nursery tow and floodlights take skiers to a mainly easily skiable terrain.
Curling alleys are always a place where great fun with the locals is guaranteed. Individualists may go out for a spin on the outdoor ice skating rink. Those who are fond of winter hiking will find various cleared hiking trails.
Romantic carriage rides will take visitors through a snow-covered winter wonderland.
Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of St. Georgen am Walde!
Restaurants and inns will spoil you with local delicacies. For a perfect after ski experience the Sterzhütte Hut is the place to go!
Visitors may actually participate in traditional celebrations and club events, which enables them to understand local customs better.
Visitors are assured of a consistently warm welcome by the friendly residents. The citizens of St. Georgen have very close ties to their home but at the same time are quite open-minded. This liberal attitude is further encouraged by the fact that St. Georgen is a member of the European Town Partnership Program "Linden greets Linden" (Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium).
Coming from Vienna: A1 Autobahn to Amstetten Exit - B119 Federal Road via Grein to St. Georgen am Walde
Coming from Salzburg: A1 Autobahn to Enns Exit - B3 Road to Perg - St. Georgen am Walde
Linz Railroad Station - By Train to Perg - Continue by Bus to St. Georgen am Walde
Linz/Hörsching Airport - By Car or Train to Perg - St. Georgen am Walde.
On the Danube to the Grein Moorings -
Continue by Bus to St. Georgen am Walde