Wolltest du schon immer mal die längste beleuchtete Rodelbahn der Welt hinunterbrettern? Willkommen in der Wildkogel-Arena Neukirchen & Bramberg. Ganze 14 km Rodelspaß erwarten dich. Los geht’s bei der Bergstation der Smaragdbahn Bramberg und dann ab in Richtung Tal.
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Award-winning “Wildkogel Arena” Neukirchen & Bramberg Together, Neukirchen am Grossvenediger and Bramberg am Wildkogel form the Wildkogel Arena. This snowy ski area with modern lifts at over 2,000 meters in elevation guarantees fun on the slopes from December until after Easter.
In the Wildkogel Arena ski area, a total of 75 km of perfectly groomed pistes are just waiting for you to ski. That means: lots of fun, adrenaline and pure skiing enjoyment here in SalzburgerLand! And, thanks to the modern lifts in the Wildkogel Arena, you never have to give getting around a second thought.
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Spezialklinik Neukirchen is a clinic for acute diseases for the treatment of allergies, striking and environmental illnesses on the basis a holistic cortisone-free therapy concept. The diagnosis process is very complex, and the clinic includes a series of laboratories:
Neukirchen had its first documentary mention in 1142 in a document from the Hersfeld monastery. In 1351, Neukirchen was granted town rights. In 1351, Neukirchen was granted town rights. In the Middle Ages , the town was bedevilled by fires that repeatedly broke out.
Neunkirchen is the capital of the district of Neunkirchen in the Austrian state of Lower Austria. As of 2006 it has a population of 11,564. As of 2006 it has a population of 11,564. It was first mentioned in 1094 as “Niuwenchirgun”.
State: Lower Austria