The Satzberg in winter
|Place:||Vienna , Austria|
|Height difference:||225 meters|
|Route length:||approx. 1,000 meters|
The originally forested mountain (435 m) was cut down during the First World War and then built on by wild and illegal settlements (today allotment gardens, mostly dedicated to year-round living).
The Satzberg is mainly used for hiking in summer, the city hiking trail 4 runs through the area. Together with the Dehnepark, the community forest and the Steinhof grounds, the Satzberg is an important local recreation area for the 14th and 16th districts.
In winter, the Satzberg turns into a toboggan and ski slope without a lift. In 2010 the lowest part of the Satzberg, the “Paradies” recreation area, was opened to the public. This has doubled the length of the toboggan run. Instead of climbing up on foot, many winter sports enthusiasts use the “Skibus” 52B from the Hütteldorf train station to the Kordon settlement, the end of which is near the summit of the Satzberg.
- Paradise reasons accessible . Retrieved January 26, 2015.
- Satzberg in the Vienna History Wiki of the City of Vienna
- Stadtwanderweg 4 (Forestry and Agricultural Company of the City of Vienna (Municipal Department 49))