The lovely little village of St. Pankraz is the birthplace of the ski downhill world cup champion Hannes Trinkl.
Poachers – wild rebells of the past
Also well known is the unique Poachers Museum St. Pankraz, where visitors are able to explore the history of those rebells in an original way. The exhibition was designed by cultural scientist Univ. Prof. Dr. Roland Girtler and gives insight into the „wild“ adventures of bygone days as well as the romanticized local films surrounding that topic.
A popuar place for locals and visitors is the Elisabeth lake at the edge of St Pankraz within picturesque alpine surroundings. The lake is a favourite spot for swimmers and fishermen and also features a permanent camping place.
History of the muncipality of St. Pankraz
- Inhabitants: 380
- Area: 47 km²
- Altitude (from): 531m ASL
- Altitude (to): 531m ASL
- Longitude: 14.205965995788576
- Latitude: 47.76465695278236
A3: Nürnberg - Regensburg - Passau – via the highway towards Wels (A8) until you reach the Voralpenkreuz – continue along the highway (A9) - A9 Exit St. Pankraz
A1: Western Highway Salzburg (A1) direction Graz – at the Voralpenkreuz continue along the highway (A9) - A9 Exit St. Pankraz
A9: Pyhrn Highway Graz - Bruck an der Mur- Bosrucktunnel (A9) - A9 Exit St. Pankraz
Tourismusinformation Klaus/St. Pankraz - Winderermuseum
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