We are now showing Weather TV on our television in the reception area of the Badbruckerweg holiday homes. This means that you can take the weather conditions into consideration when planning your day.



Further information on webcams, weather and the slopes panorama is available here:

Float above the famous Gastein Waterfall and experience a bird’s-eye view of Bad Gastein’s spectacular architecture. This is Flying Waters, a memorable ride on rollers suspended from a steel cable. 100 meters above the ground, set against the impressive backdrop of the Bad Gastein town center. Your flying experience will be a risk-free adventure for the whole family thanks to perfect safety precautions taken by the professionals.



  • Minimum size: 1,30m | Minimum weight: 25 kg | Maximum weight: 128 kg
  • Clothing: No loose objects and scarves, matching shoes (no flip flops).
  • Long hair must be tied together.
  • Roller Type: XL: 128 kg | L: 96 kg M: 64 kg S: 40 kg

Due to the different opening times, we recommend to call in advance!


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A suspension bridge on the Stubnerkogel, 140 m in length, has broken two records at once: it is the first suspension bridge at an altitude of 2,300 m and it can be used all year round. The swinging rope structure, which is one metre wide, leads directly from the terrace of the mountain restaurant to the signal station. A good head for heights and strong nerves are required when crossing, as the bridge is also transparent. Only a wire mesh guard rail separates adventurous skywalkers from the 28 m drop.
A ride with the Stubnerkogel lift to the summit is really worthwhile.

An excursion to the peak of the Stubnerkogel in Bad Gastein is now even more worthwhile: as well as the 140 m long suspension bridge that sways gently in the breeze, a new, attractive viewing platform now thrones above, directly opposite, with the fitting name “Glocknerblick”. It provides all visitors with a fantastic view of Austria’s highest mountain, the Großglockner. The diameter of the round viewing platform is 7 m. It is constructed mainly from steel and wood. The platform is secured at the side by a see-through mesh wire grille. At the front area, which extends out above the cliff, there are glass openings that are anchored in the ground and which give a free view of the abyss below.