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Ramsau

At an altitude of 1,000 m (3,280 ft) lies the small town of Ramsau am Dachstein, renowned for its superb crosscountry ski runs, extending over some 230 km (143 miles). Snow is almost guaranteed from November until March and the efficient interconnecting system of lifts, cable cars, trains and buses also puts more difficult runs within easy reach. The peaks opposite the Dachstein massif have slopes that are perfectly suited to moderately skilled downhill skiers. In the summer the Loipen or cross-country ski runs turn into excellent longdistance walking routes. From the Ramsau side visitors can ascend the famous Dachstein south face by cable car. A cable car also takes you up the nearby Hunerkogel (2,694 m/8,836 ft), from where a lovely panoramic view of the area unfolds. The descent takes you to nearby Filzmoos, a resort with views of the spectacular Bischofsmutze (Bishop’s Mitre). Ramsau has two museums. Heimatmuseum Grahhof is dedicated to local folklore, handicraft and the history of the Reformation, which was very active in this area. The Alpinmuseum illustrates the history of mountaineering in the region. There are many other attractions on offer, such as feeding mountain animals in their nurseries and night toboggan runs.

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