The Waldhäuslalm lies right next to this path through Untertal, making it ideally suited for joggers, Nordic walkers, or simply for a relaxing stroll, even if you happen to be pushing an all-terrain baby buggy.
This path punctuated by natural wonders is popular with everyone, not just the kids. At the 14 information stations, you will learn a lot about the history of the valley as well as the people & creatures that live here.
One of the most extraordinary hiking trails on Earth makes its way from Schladming through Untertal, past Riesach Waterfall and all the way up to 2600 m above sea level - the "Wild Waters" theme path.
Along its 14.5 km in total length, we discover flowing waters from countless perspectives. Calm, glistening, crystal-clear, though also in a thunderous, foaming freefall over the crags of the Schladminger Tauern. A unique nature experience that was also the first to be awarded the international distinction as a "National Geographic Hiking Path".