Losenstein lies at the foot of the 1180 m high Schieferstein. The many valleys and ridges reduce the force of the wind and give the village a mild, pleasant climate.
The church and the houses of the village nestle close together in the narrowness of the valley and give the village a beautiful, homely appearance, which has earned it the nickname "Pearl of the Enns Valley"!
The proximity to the Kalkalpen National Park promises a special kind of landscape experience and the Hohe Dirn hiking area also offers a great nature experience.
A journey into the craft and industrial past can be experienced on the Nagelschmiedweg (nail smith trail) - past historical sites to the dreamy lake of the Kesselfall. In the Brandstätter Hammer, which houses the world's largest collection of hand-forged nails, you can work the red-hot iron yourself. This wonderful circular hiking trail can also be done by mountain bike.
The Losenstein indoor swimming pool offers something for everyone, from quiet relaxation to active swimming fun.
* Nagelschmiedeweg and museum
* Climbing and hiking trails
* Riding stables
* Indoor swimming pool with steam bath
* Sauna and solarium
* Losenstein castle ruins
* Marked mountain bike routes
* Hiking area Hohe Dirn - AV shelter
* Klausgraben nature reserve
* Hiking gorge
* Stalactite cave Nixlucke
348 m ASLElevation
47.93, 14.43GPS coordinates
The Ennstalbahn runs between Linz and Weißenbach-St. Gallen. Details at www.ooevv.at
Stations are located in Ternberg, Trattenbach, Losenstein, Reichraming, Großraming, Küpfern, Kastenreith, Kleinreifling and Weißenbach-St. Gallen.
Arrival by car:
From Salzburg/Linz: A1 motorway exit Enns-Steyr > B115 into the Enns Valley.
From Vienna: A1 motorway exit Haag > B42 > B122 > B115 into the Enns Valley
From Passau: A8 Passau > Wels > A1 motorway exit Enns-Steyr > B115 into the Enns Valley
From Graz: A9 Pyhrnautobahn > motorway exit Klaus > Grünburg > into the Ennstal valley
The location of the accommodations can be seen on boards in the centre/next to the Reibnegger tobacconist's shop and at the railway station opposite the Blasl family inn.