The Gahberg observatory is located at 860 metres above sea level and is about 15 minutes by car from Weyregg am Attersee. It is run by the Astronomischer Arbeitskreis Salzkammergut. As far as the situation allows, guided tours of the observatory are possible.
The observatory Gahberg in Weyregg am Attersee is the club observatory of the Astronomischer Arbeitskreis Salzkammergut and was built in 1987/1988 by the active members of the club in over 3,000 working hours. It is located at an altitude of 860 metres above sea level. In 2003/2004 the observatory complex was extended and equipped with numerous telescopes.
It has a comprehensive collection of special telescopes for lunar, solar and planetary observation, as well as for observing faint objects. The private observatory is very well suited for sky photography with conventional and digital photography.
Guided tours take place on the 10th, 20th and 30th of every month during the summer months. Further information is available on the service telephone: +43 7662 8297 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
On average, around 1000 visitors come to the Gahberg Observatory every year.
According to the observatory’s programme www.astronomie.at/aktuell/termine.pdf
or call the tape service at Tel. +43 (0)7662 8297
860 mAccessibility / arrival
A1 from Salzburg - exit Seewalchen - B 152 to Weyregg
A1 from Vienna / Linz - exit Schörfling - B152 to Weyregg
From the west: Coming via Bad Ischl through the Weißenbachtal on the B 152 via Steinbach to Weyregg.
There are plenty of parking spaces available nearby.
Coming from Salzburg or Linz / Vienna to Attnang-Puchheim or Vöcklabruck and then by bus no. 562 to Weyregg at the bridge left towards Bach Gahberg Miglberg then at the crossroads turn left into Gahbergstrasse
Adults € 5,00
Children € 3,00
Please get in touch for more information.