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Wagrain

Wagrain, situated at an altitude of 800 m (2,625 ft), is the centre of a highly developed winter sports area known as Ski Alliance. This vast terrain extends between the Tennengebirge and Radstadter Tauern mountain ranges, and includes several villages connected by good public transport links, funiculars and buses. One ski pass is valid throughout the entire area, giving the holder access to some 260 ski lifts and 860 km (534 miles) of pistes, suitable for intermediates and beginners. Year-round fun in the water is guaranteed by the Amad? Water World’s all-weather pool. The most interesting place is Zauchensee, the highest village in the region (1,361 m/4,465 ft). It is also worth going inside the Gothic church in Altenmarkt im Pongau. Wagrain itself has a museum devoted to Joseph Mohr, who wrote the words for Silent Night, and to the popular 20th-century Austrian writer and humorist Karl Heinrich Waggerl. The views from the tops of Schwarzkopf, Rosskopf and Mooskopf are stunning and worth a detour.

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