smoveyTOUR 2 - 2 km
Erlebnisregion Thermen- & Vulkanland Verified partner Explorers Choice
Mit smoveyRINGEN durch den KurparkPhoto: Bernhard Bergmann, CC BY-ND, Erlebnisregion Thermen- & Vulkanland
Track typesShow elevation profile
Emergency call mountain rescue: 140
European emergency call: 112
Tips when reporting an emergency – Answer these six WH questions: What happened? How many people are injured? Where did the accident happen (are there GPS coordinates)? Who is reporting the incident (callback number)? When did the accident happen? What is the weather like at the site of the incident?
Tips and hintsTourismusverband Thermen- und Vulkanland
Gästeinformation Bad Waltersdorf
8271 Bad Waltersdorf
T: +43 (0) 3333/ 3150
Detailed information about arriving by ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways) can be found at www.oebb.at or on the Verbundlinie Steiermark website www.busbahnbim.at
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Getting thereArrival by car from the direction of Vienna:
Freeway A2 direction Graz - you take the exit "Sebersdorf/Bad Waltersdorf".
Arrival by car from the direction of Graz:
Freeway A2 direction Vienna - you take the exit "Sebersdorf/Bad Waltersdorf".
Arrival by train:
Austrian Federal Railway: TelNr. 0043 (0) 51717 or www.oebb.at
Thermal pleasure cab
Daily for trips from 5pm to 11pm at € 2,50 per person and trip. Valid during your overnight stay in Bad Blumau at selected landlords. TelNo. 0043 (0) 664 4554500
Detailed information about the journey you can find here.
ParkingThere are individual parking facilities in the vicinity of the test track!
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EquipmentProper backpack packing makes many things easier: Pack heavy things first. The water bottle should always be within reach in a side pocket. All the things that are often needed, such as sunglasses, camera or hiking map, belong on top. An emergency kit, including blister plasters, belongs in every rucksack and it is always advisable to dress in layers.
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