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Myrafälle hiking and water world, Muggendorf

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    Photo: Katrin Zeleny, Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich - Schneeberg Hohe Wand
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    Photo: Katrin Zeleny, Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich - Schneeberg Hohe Wand
  • / Wasserwelt Myrafälle
    Photo: Katrin Zeleny, Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich - Schneeberg Hohe Wand
  • / Wasserwelt Myrafälle
    Photo: Katrin Zeleny, Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich - Schneeberg Hohe Wand
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With beautiful hiking routes and breathtaking water world, the Myrafälle (Myra Falls) are the perfect destination for hikers and families of all ages.
easy
2.4 km
1:45 h
192 m
192 m
The Myrafälle were made accessible by the ÖTK in 1885, and have since been maintained by Sektion Pernitz Muggendorf.

Since Autumn 2007, quite a lot of work has been done along the Myrafälle and around the Hausstein. 11 information boards guide you through this impressive landscape. Learn about how the power of water has been used as a driving force for woodworking machines or power generation since 1783. The residents of the valley also used the water wheels for grinding barley, wheat and oats. Stroll through your natural surroundings, enjoy the fabulous view from the Hausstein and then relax in one of our cosy inns, for example the Myrastub’n, the Karnerwirt, or the Gasthaus Jagasitz. A climbing paradise and a carefully designed water playground await our younger visitors. Includes adventure rafting in Myrateich.

(Entry: adults €5, children 6-14 years €1,50.)

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Author
Monika Gschaider
Updated: June 09, 2020

Difficulty
easy
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
631 m
Lowest point
478 m
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Safety information

Walking in the Viennese Alps should be a completely safe and beautiful experience. Therefore, please note the following:

Preparation

Make sure that your choice of route matches your hiking experience and your physical condition. Check the weather forecast. In the mountains, the weather can change surprisingly quickly. For this reason, make sure you are well-equipped (e.g. bring rain protection).

Check that the huts and refreshment stations that you want to visit along the way will be open. Tell someone which route you have chosen, and when you hope to return, before you set off.

Tips, hints and links

Wiener Alpen in Niederösterreich, www.wieneralpen.at, +43 / 2622 / 78960

Start

Muggendorf Parkplatz beim Myrateich (478 m)
Coordinates:
DD
47.914055, 15.935047
DMS
47°54'50.6"N 15°56'06.2"E
UTM
33T 569865 5307171
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Destination

Muggendorf Parkplatz beim Myrateich

Turn-by-turn directions

Der Ausgangspunkt ist der Parkplatz beim Myrateich. Wir gehen vorbei bei der Myrastube, durch das Eingangsportal. Entlang der vielen Treppen und Stege wandern wir bis zur Abzweigung zum Hausstein. Diesen können wir nun umrunden oder auch besteigen, vom oberen Stausee gehen wir dann wieder retour zum Ausgangspunkt.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Public transport

By train to Wiener Neustadt. Switch to the Wiener Neustadt – Gutenstein line. Get off the train at Pernitz/Muggendorf. There is an irregular bus service from Pernitz to Muggendorf. Hiking time from Pernitz to Muggendorf: approx. 1 hour.

Visit www.öbb.at and www.vor.at for more details.

Getting there

Take the A2 motorway to the Wöllersdorf exit, then follow the B21 through Pernitz, and turn right towards Muggendorf.

Parking

Parking guidance system – parking at the Myrateich

Coordinates

DD
47.914055, 15.935047
DMS
47°54'50.6"N 15°56'06.2"E
UTM
33T 569865 5307171
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

freytag&berndt WK5012 ; WK012

Equipment

Bring a suitable map. Wear suitable, sturdy shoes, and bring sun and rain protection, as well as water and a bite to eat. Bring your mobile phone, and save the emergency number of the mountain rescue team: 140
Difficulty
easy
Distance
2.4 km
Duration
1:45h
Ascent
192 m
Descent
192 m
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