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Austria's Tyrolean Alps

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The Art Of Drones - HinterTux Austria 4k

The Art Of Drones

Tyrol province in western Austria has much in common with Switzerland and the German state of Bavaria, neighbors with whom it shares sections of the great Alps Mountains range.  In this breathtaking aerial video, contributor and drone pilot The Art of Drones uses his DJI Mavic Pro drone to capture the beauty of the the Tyrolean Alps.  Flying at Hinterrtux, near Innsbruck (the state capital of Tyrol), he takes us on an unforgettable aerial tour of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, and pristine ski runs.  

Epic FPV Session at Sölden

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A New Perspective (Audi Nines 2018) - Johnny FPV

JohnnyFPV

Action sports and first person view (FPV) drones is one of the best combinations that this industry has to offer! In this edit by top drone racer and FPV freestyle pilot JohnnyFPV, watch as he follows some of the world's best freestyle skiers at the Audi Nines competition at the Sölden ski resort in Tyrol, Austria.  This amazing FPV film was nominated for the AirVuz Drone Video of the Week Contest in the Spring of 2018 and was our Winner in the Extreme Sports category for the 2nd Annual Drone Video Awards.

Vienna: Austria's Grand Capital City

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The very Best of WIEN - VIENNA from above...

New Entertainment Pictures

New Entertainment Pictures created this marvelous drone video of the top sights in Vienna, Austria.  Combining drone and ground camera footage, the video features aerial shots of City Hall at the :20 mark; Josefsplatz square at the Hofburg Palace (:50); St. Stephens Cathedral (1:20); the Konzerthaus (2:25); Schönbrunn Palace (3:30); Belvedere Palace (4:20); the Hofburg Palace (4:30); the Museum Quarter (5:30); the Vienna Ferris Wheel (Wiener Riesenrad) (6:25); St. Charles Church (7:35); and more.  

Aerial Views of Innsbruck Region

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Amazing Drone Shots from Innsbruck, Austria

Marian Peciar

Watch this amazing video of the Austrian Alps, compliments of contributor p3c0.  It was shot in the area around Innsbruck, the host city for both the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics.  It includes footage of Lake Plansee and Nordkette.  It also includes footage from the top of the Axamer Lizum ski resort, the venue for the slalom skiing events at both Olympics.   The 1976 Games were originally scheduled to be held in Denver, but the US city withdrew and the games were awarded to Innsbruck for a second time.  

Großer Ahornboden: Alpine Valley of Austria

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Großer Ahornboden

DJphotography

The Großer Ahornboden is an alpine valley in Austria's western Tyrol province, near the Bavarian region of southern Germany.  It is part of an Austrian conservation preserve called Hinterriss Nature Park, which is expected to help maintain the ecological health of the area for future generations.  With the Tyrolean Alps towering over, this valley makes for one of the most iconic scenes in all of Central Europe.  Contributor DJPilot captured  beautifully in this amazing drone video.  

Styria: Ganzalm and Stuhleck

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Ganzalm and Stuhleck

ClearSky

The Styria region of Austria lies in the southeastern part of the country, and is the second most populous of the country's nine federated states.  Styria is home to a single large city (Graz) and much lightly inhabited semi-mountainous country, albeit with peaks much lower than in the state of Tyrol to the west.  In this stunning drone video, top contributor and pilot ClearSkys takes us on a tour of the Mt. Ganzalm and Stuhleck areas of Styria,  which includes footage of a giant mountaintop wind farm.  

Aerial Tour of Vienna

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Vienna - an aerial film attempt

Dronographer

For centuries up until World War I, Vienna was (with Paris and St. Petersburg) one of the three grandest cities of Europe.  Heavily damaged late in World War II but later restored, Vienna remains one of the continent's top cultural centers.  In this outstanding drone video by Dronographer, you'll see some highlights of the great city on the Danube, including Maria-Theresien-Platz, the Hofburg Palace, the Albertina Museum, Belvedere Castle, St.. Stephens Cathedral, St. Francis of Assisi Church, St. Charles Church, and more. 

Tyrol's Karwendel Mountains

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Goodbye Winter

Dronographer

With an elevation of just under 2.1k meters above sea level (around 6.8k ft.) Austria's Mt. Schneeberg is the highest mountain in the state of Lower Austria and the easternmost mountain in the Alps to exceed 2k meters (around 6.55k ft.).   The Karst plateaux of the mountain have provided water to the city of Vienna since 1873 and is supposedly the best drinking water in the world. Contributor and drone pilot Dronographer takes us to the “snow mountain” to say a long-overdue goodbye to winter!

Austria's Winegrowing Region

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Into the Light: Austria's Vienna Woods Thermal Region

Dronographer

Behold this spectacular drone video from contributor Dronographer of the most well known wine region of Austria.  The "Vienna Woods thermal region" stretches from the southern outskirts of Vienna along a hilly chain to the region south of Baden. The vineyards are located at the foothills of the Vienna Woods.  The region is home to about 1300 wine-growing enterprises. The area features ideal grape-growing conditions: cool and dry, with a plentiful nearby supply of high quality freshwater.  

West Tyrol: Verwall

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VERWALL | 4K

M_C_Black

Austria's Verwall Mountains, part of the larger Alps system, are situated in the country's western Tyrol province.  They are home to some of the most picturesque views in all of Central Europe, with favorable comparisons to the very best sights that that Switzerland or Bavaria has to offer.  In this video, content creator and pilot M. C. Black flies his DJI Mavic Pro drone over the lakes and valleys of this stunningly beautiful area, giving us a breathtaking aerial view of the alpine district.  

Styria: Gesause Park

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Spring in Austria

HikeTheWorld

In this video, top contributor and drone pilot Hiketheworld takes us on a springtime tour of the Gesause Park in Styria, the southeastern region of Austria.  From the heart of Central Europe, the video captures the verdant valleys and still snow-capped peaks of this national treasure, which includes the peak of Mt. Hochtor at 2.4k meters above sea level (7.8k ft).  This alpine park was established in 2002, and covers about 115 square km (about 40 square mi.) of some of the country's most beautiful landscapes. 

Salzburg: Austrian Cultural Treasure

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Salzburg Drone Footage - Austria

dronesantana007

In this video, content creator and pilot Dronesantana007 gives us an epic bird's eye view of the Austrian city Salzburg.  Salzburg is situated in the northern part of the country, on the border with Germany.  It is the fourth largest city in Austria.  One of Europe's great cultural cities, the center of Salzburg has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.  It is possibly most well known as the shooting location for the epic film The Sound of Music, winner of the Best Picture award at the 1965 Oscars.

Carinthia: Hochosterwitz Castle

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Burg Hochosterwitz

luiz.moura

Luiz.Moura created this short but beautiful aerial look at one of the most well known castles in Austria.  Hochosterwitz castle is built on a giant rock overlooking the countryside in the southern state of Carinthia.  The structure dates to as early as the 9th century.  The castle was heavily fortified in the 16th century to protect against the threat of invasion by the Ottoman Turks.  Considered one of the top tourist spots in southern Austria, and the castle is visible from many km/mi away.

Finstertal: Austria's Magnificent Alpine Lake

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First Snow Kühtai / Finstertal Lake, Austria

DJphotography

Austria's Finstertal Lake (Finstertalspeicher) lies in the heart of the Tyrol province in the western part of the country, not far from Salzburg.  The magnificent alpine lake is known for its aqua blue color, on which the peaks of the surrounding Tyrolean Alps reflect.  Content creator and pilot DJPhotography flew his drone over this beautiful area in September, just as the season was starting to turn.  The aerial footage of this stunningly beautiful area in the heart of Central Europe will make your jaw drop. 

Styria: Rax Mountains

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Hiking on Rax

ClearSky

If you've watched the 1960's classic movie the Sound of Music, you may have an image of Austria as a country filled with hikers.  While this is an over-generalization, the fact remains that this Alpine country offers some of the best hiking areas in the world.  Contributor and pilot ClearSky created this spectacular drone video on a hike in the Rax Mountains, in in the eastern region of Styria.  These "little" Alps are generally accessible by hikers and do not require technical mountain climbing equipment.    

Austria's Seebensee: On the German Border

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The Sebensee and Mt. Zugspitze

DJphotography

In this drone video by contributor and pilot DJphotography, you'll get a beautiful bird's eye views of one of Austria's most spectacular alpine lakes as well as of the highest mountain in Germany.  The Seebensee is located the Austria's mountainous Tyrol province, which covers much of the western part of the country.  It's not far from the town of Ehrwald.  The lake affords excellent views of Mt. Zugspitze over the border in Germany.  This is Germany's highest peak, standing almost 3k meters (about 9.7k ft.) above sea level.

Großglockner: Austria's Highest Peak

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Großglockner Mountain

4KDrone

4Kdrone created this beautiful drone video of Großglockner, the highest mountain in Austria.  Sometimes called Mt. Glockner, it's almost 3.8k meters (12.46k ft.) above sea level, the tallest of the Alps peaks east of the Brenner Pass.  It is situated in the southern part of the country, not far from the Italian border.  The Glockner is part of the High Tauern range, which in turn is part of the Central Eastern Alps.  It's believed that the first ascent of the mountain took place in 1799, inspired by the earlier ascent of Mt. Blanc.  

Lower Austria's Wachau Valley

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Wachau und Stift Göttweig

mavic pro

Contributor mavic pro created this beautiful drone video from the Wachau Valley in northwestern Austria.  The 32 km (roughly 20 mi.) valley, through which flows the Danube River, offers some of the most popular attractions in the state of Lower Austria.  The video features footage of the ruined Dürnstein Castle, where Richard the Lionhearted was held captive following the Third Crusade.  It also includes footage of the magnificent Göttweig Abbey, an 11th century Benedictine monastery.  

Schönbrunn Palace: Home of the Habsburgs

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Schloss Schönbrunn Vienna

W.Obereder

Austria's capital city Vienna may be one of the 2-3 best preserved of Europe's great cities.  The beating heart of this city (once the beating heart of the Holy Roman Empire) is Schonbrunn Palace, which was a summer residence of the Habsburg rulers, who for centuries ruled the world's most powerful empire out of Vienna.  Using a DJI Spark drone, contributor W. Obereder created this marvelous aerial look at palace, which had a cameo appearance in the 17th James Bond film, The Living Daylights (1987).

Ennstal: Austrian Winter Wonderland

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Ennstal: Winter, 2017

Phil Go

Contributor Phil Go created this stunning drone video of Ennstal, an area of eastern Austria.  The Ennstal Alps are situated in the province of Styria, in the eastern part of the country.  The centerpiece of the area is the spectacular  Gesäuse National Park.  The tallest mountain in the group is Großer Pyhrgas, which has an elevation of about 2.24k meters (7.36k ft.) above sea level.  These spectacular mountains are generally accessible by long hikes and do not require rock climbing for the most part.

Wolfgangsee: Largest Lake in the Salzkammergut

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Aerial Austria Lake on January

minglam

Lake Wolfgang (Wolfgangsee) is one of the national treasures of Austria.  Located a bit to the east and south of Salzburg, it's the largest lake in the legendary Salzkammergut lake district.  Seen in January in this drone video by minglam, the lake covers a surface area of about 13 square km (around 5 square mi.) and is extremely deep - 114 meters at its deepest point, or just under 375 ft.  The lake is home to two of Austria's most popular resort towns: St. Wolfgang, where the lake narrows in the middle, and St. Gilchen at its northern end.

Iconic Halstatt, Upper Austria

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Hallstatt, Austria

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Halstatt is one of the most iconic-looking towns in Austria, a country known in part for its beautiful alpine villages.  The town lies on the shores of Halstatter See lake along the slopes of the Hoher Dachstein  mountain masif, in the heart of the Salzkammergut resort district southeast of Salzburg.  Known for its salt production going back to prehistoric times, Halstatt is now one of the top tourist destinations in the state of Upper Austria.  Check out the beautiful town from above in this excellent drone video by rpj321.

Austria's Haldensee Lake

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Haldensee Austria - Phantom 4 Pro Moments

Eye-Catchgraphy

Austria's Haldensee lies in the north of the Tyrol province, near the border with Germany.  It is one of the most beautiful lakes in Austria, a country known in part for its stunningly clear lakes set amidst pristine alpine forests.  Contributor and pilot Eye-Catchography used a DJI Phantom 4 Pro drone to fly over this alpine marvel, including of the spectacular rock formations which surround the lake.  The resulting aerial video of this bit of the Austrian Alps is astoundingly beautiful.

Styria: Austria's Green Lake

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Grüner See: Austria's Emerald Jewel

ClearSky

Green Lake (Gruner See) lies near the center of Austria in its Styria province, in the southeastern part of the country near the Slovakian border.  As its name suggests, Gruner See is known for its emerald green (yet extremely clean) water emanating from the surrounding Hoschwab Mountains (part of the Alps range).  In this video, content creator and pilot ClearSkys flies over this stunningly beautiful body of water with a drone, giving us an aerial view of one of Austria's most iconic sights! 

Aerial Tour of Austria's Winter Landscape

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Winter in Austria

ClearSky

Austria is a country defined by mountains, and not just in the western half of the country.  In this beautiful drone video by ClearSky, you'll see the stunning alpine beauty of eastern Austria.  The video features footage of (1) Wurzeralm, an area due east of Salzburg in the Upper Austria region; (2) Rax, a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps, which forms the border between the Lower Austria and Styria provinces; (3) Almsee, a lake in Upper Austria; and (4) Hochkar, a ski resort in Lower Austria.  

Famous Ferris Wheel of Vienna

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Riesenrad Wien, Vienna's Giant Ferris Wheel

W.Obereder

Contributor W. Obereder created this epic bird's eye view of the Wiener Riesenrad, a giant ferris wheel in the Austrian capital Vienna.  Located in the Prater amusement park, the wheel stands almost 65 meters (212 ft.) tall.  It was built in 1897 and for decades was the world's tallest ferris wheel.  One of the most recognized sights in the Austrian capital, the ferris wheel has made numerous movie appearances, most famously in the 1987 James Bond film The Living Daylights, the series' 17th installment.  

Zillergrund: Zillertal Alps

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Zillergrund, Austria Short Film | DJI Mavic Pro

sennevd1

Zillergrund is a a 20 km (roughly 12.5 mi.) long valley that is part of the Zillertal Alps in Tyrol, the western state of Austria in Central EUrope. Shot in 4K with the DJI Mavic Pro, AirVūz Contributor and pilot Sennevd1 shows us how beautiful this historic valley can be. With rushing waterfalls and streams, lush forests, and hidden towns, it's a little alpine gem.  The Zillerton Alps are a sub-chain of the Alps range which lies primarily within the borders of Austria, with a small portion in northern Italy.

Tyrol in Summertime

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Summer in Tirol, Austria

Robin Visser Photo

Austria's Tyrol (Tirol) is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful provinces in Europe.  It's one of the nine federal states that make up modern Austria, covering most of the western part of the country.  Once a princely state of the Holy Roman Emperor, much later it became a Crown land.  Covered almost entirely by the Eastern Alps, Tyrol is home to Austria's tallest mountains.  In this drone video by Robin Visser Photo, you'll get an aerial tour of this storied province in the height of summer.  

Halstatt, Salzburg, and More

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Welcome to Austria

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Characterized by mountain villages, baroque architecture, and its rugged, Alpine terrain, Austria is a country straight out of a fairytale. See for yourself in this stunning aerial film by pilot IshPrihe. Most of the video was shot in two spots.  The first is Halstatt, a town at the foot of the Hoher Dachstein mountain on the shores of Hallstätter See in Upper Austria.  The second is the great city of Salzburg, famous for its Baroque architecture, which lies on the Salzach River near the border with Bavaria in Germany.

Vienna's Belvedere Palace

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Vienna's Schloss Belvedere

W.Obereder

Contributor and pilot W. Obereder created this amazing aerial view of the Belvedere Palace complex in Vienna, Austria.  Built in the 18th century at a time when Vienna was at the height of its imperial splendor, the palace is considered one of the great works of Baroque architecture.  The palace was the primary home of Franz Ferdinand, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne whose assassination in 1914 set off the chain of events which led to the outbreak of the conflict now known as World War I.

Horarlberg: Western Tip of Austria

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Vorarlberg: Feel the Freedom

Hager.daniel

Contributor and pilot Hager.Daniel created this beautiful drone video of Horarlberg, the small state which sits at the western tip of Austria.  It's probably the least well known of the nine states which make up the modern state of Austria.  Sitting to the west of West Tyrol, it's in the heart of the Austrian Alps.  Horarlberg is surrounded on three sides by Germany (Bavaria) and Switzerland, as well as tiny Lichtenstein.   It s known by the nickname Ländle ("Little Land") due to its diminutive size.  

Beautiful Tyrol in Summer

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Summer in Tyrol

ClearSky

Check out this stunning drone video compilation from beautiful Tyrol, Austria.  The state, which occupies most of the western part of the country (but for its very western tip), offers some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, including some of the highest peaks of the Eastern Alps.  Here are the locations which you'll see in the video:  Kitzbühel, Hintersteiner See, Weißsee Glacier World, Pitztal, Ötztal, Kaunertal, Wildspitze, Rifflsee, Wilder Kaiser and more.  

Austria's Tyrolean Alps

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The Art Of Drones - The Majestic Alps of Tirol Austria 4K

The Art Of Drones

Tyrol (Tirol) is one of the nine states of Austria, occupying most of the western portion of this Central European country.  Mostly covered by the Austrian Alps, it's known for its alpine vistas, shimmering mountain lakes, historic sites, and folk traditions.  As much as anything though, it's known for its skiing; some of the finest ski resorts in Europe are here.  Enjoy the incredible mountain views and ski slopes the area has to offer with this stunningly clear, 4K drone video by The Art of Drones. 

Sölden: Legendary Austrian Ski Resort

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Sölden: Heaven for Winter Sports

Alin Constantin

Contributor Alin Constantin created this amazing drone video of Sölden, one of the most well known ski resorts in Austria.  It's situated in the Ötztal Valley in the West Tyrol region, near the Italian and Swiss borders.  Sölden featured prominently in the 2015 Jame Bond film Spectre (#26 in the series): the Ice Q restaurant (the glass paneled building which you'll see in the video) was the shooting location for the Hoffler Klinik, and the slopes of the resort were used to shoot a chase scene. 

Hallstatt, Upper Austria

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HALLSTATT | AUSTRIA

ShootMee

Check out this stunning drone video of Hallstatt, one of the most picturesque towns in Austria, by contributor ShootMee.  Hallstatt is a small town on the shores of the Hallstätter See (lake) in the state of Upper Austria, in the north central part of the country.  It is framed by the Hoher Dachstein mountain, the second highest in the Northern Limestone Alps, which reaches a peak elevation of just under 3k meters (just over 9.8k ft.) and which forms the border with the state of Styria to the south.  

Burg Kreuzenstein, Lower Austria

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Kreuzenstein Castle, Austria

NGreyTravels

Burg Kreuzenstein is one of the most well-known castles in the northeastern Austria.  The existing structure was built in the late 19th century, on the site of an 11th century fortification that had been destroyed in the Thirty Years War.  The current castle was built using section of medieval castles all over Europe, lending to its authentic look.  Seen here in this drone video by NGreyTravels, Kreuzenstein has made numerous movie and TV show appearances, most notably in the 2011 film Season of the Witch starring Nicholas Cage.

Austria's Lake District

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About LAKE DISTRICT AUSTRIA

minglam

Austria's Lake District is an imprecisely defined region lying to the east and southeast of Salzburg in the state of Upper Austria.  The lakes are situated in valleys of various masifs of the Northern Limestone Alps.  In this drone video by minglam, you'll get a captioned aerial tour of this famed resort area, home to some of the most beautiful scenery in Central Europe.  The video features footage of the following locations: Strobl, Österreich, Hallstatt, Wolfgangsee, Sankt Wolfgang, Steinberg am Rofan, and Bad Blumau.

Dürnstein Castle, Wachau Valley

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Ruined Castle Dürnstein

ClearSky

Some of the most beautiful stretches of the Danube River are in the Wachau Valley in northwestern Austria.  In this drone video by ClearSky, you'll get a bird's eye view of Dürnstein Castle, one of the most well-known landmarks in this fabled region.    Built in the early 12th century, the castle was used to imprison King Richard I (the Lionheart) of England when he was returning from leading the Third Crusade.  Dürnstein has been in a semi-ruined state since being ransacked by Swedish troops during the Thiry Years War.  

Schneealpe: Dividing Lower Austria and Styria

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Portrait of Schneealpe

ClearSky

AirVuz content creator and drone pilot ClearSky brings us these excellent aerial views of the Schneealpe masif (cluster of mountains) in the Austrian Alps.  With a maximum elevation of about 1.9 meters above sea level (around 6.3k ft.), the range serves as the boundary between the states/regions of Lower Austria and Styria.  Situated in the eastern part of the country the Schneealpe are considered part of the Northern Limestone Alps, which in turn are part of the larger Eastern Alps range.  

Krimml: Austria's Highest Waterfall

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Krimml Waterfalls

DJphotography

Check out this stunning wintertime drone video of Austria's highest waterfall, compliments of contributor DJJphotography.  Krimml Falls is a tiered waterfall on the Krimml Ache River in the state of Salzburg, in the west-central part of the country.  It is part of the High Tauern National Park, named for a chain of the Central Eastern Alps.  The waterfall has a total drop of 380 meters (about 1.25k ft.).  The river is fed by glacial runoff and the flow through the falls varies dramatically by season.  

Almsee, Austrian Lake District

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Almsee, Austria (DJI Mavic 2 Pro)

Funk Design

Contributor and pilot Funk Design used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 create this stunning HD video of a lake in a famed alpine recreational area of Austria.  The lake is called the Almsee, and it lies toward the eastern end of a region which is variously called the Austrian Lake District and the Salzkammergut.  Almsee is in the portion of the district which is part of the state of Upper Austria; it's about an hour's drive southeast of the city of Salzburg, and a bit over two hours west of the Austrian capital city of Vienna.  

Burg Dobra, Lower Austria

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Ruined Castle Dobra

ClearSky

See the ruins of Dobra Castle, which lies east of Zwettl, Austria, in this 4K aerial video by contributor and pilot ClearSky. Dobra Castle, also known as Burg Dobra, was first mentioned in 1278 when it was given to Otto von Dürnstein. The castle was built on a ridge in the valley of the Kamp River and changed ownership many times between 1278 and 1645 when it was besieged by Swedish troops. Dobra was abandoned in 1725 after falling into ruin and was used for many decades as a quarry by the local townspeople. 

Zell am See-Kaprun

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4K Austria Kaprun Kitzsteinhorn Zell am see ( DJI Phantom 4)

Palliedg

Check out this drone video of one of the most beautiful spots in Austria, compliments of contributor Palliedg. It's called Zell am See-Kaprun, and it's two neighboring towns (Zell am See and Kaprun) that lie to the south of Salzburg.  Zell am See sits on the shores of the small (but stunningly beautiful) Lake Zell, while Kaprun lies just to the south, near the border with the neighboring state of Carinthia.  This is the northern slope of the Glockner group of mountains, which includes the Großglockner - Austria's highest peak.  

Salzburg's Hochkönig Mountains

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5 days in the mountains // Hochkönig 2019

backpackpassion

The Hochkönig is a mountain group that includes the highest mountain in Berchtesgaden Alps. Located in the Austrian state of Salzburg in the northern part of the country, it is just 26 miles outside of the city of Salzburg. Travel cinematographer backpackpassion takes us on a short escape into the hills, documenting his journey skiing and hiking through the snow with buddies.  While we might not be able to escape their ourselves, we do get to sit back and enjoy the beautiful views thanks to this aerial edit.

Hahntennjoch: Mountain Pass in Tyrol

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Hahntennjoch | | Austria (Cinematic Drone Footage 4K)

rainer.p

Contributor and pilot rainer.p created this stunning drone view of a well known mountain pass in the Austrian Alps.  It's called Hahntennjoch, and it connects the Inn and Lech River Valleys in the western Austrian state of Tyrol.  The pass has an altitude of just under 1.9k meters above sea level (6.2k ft.).  The pass is closed to traffic over 14 tons, which is understandable given that its grade is as high as 19%(!).  The road through the pass conencts the town of Imst to Elmen and runs for 29 kim (around 17 mi.).  

St. Wolfgang: Market Town in Salzkammergut

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Sunrise Wolfgangsee 沃爾夫岡湖

minglam

Check out this beautiful drone video from the town of St. Wolfgang, a market town on the shore of Lake Wolfgang in Austria's fabled Salzkammergut lake district east of Salzburg.  The lake, which is also called Wolfgangsee, is the largest in a series of glacial lakes formed in valleys of the Salzkammergut and filled by their runoff.  The town of St. Wolfgang lies on the lake's northern shore.  It dates to the 10th century and is considered one of the most beautiful of Austria's market towns.  

Salzkammergut: Fuschlsee

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Fuschlsee drone footage [AUSTRIA] in 4K - 2017

dronesantana007

Here's an aerial view of a stunning alpine lake in Austria, compliments of dronesantana007.  It's called Fuschlsee, and it's in the famed lake district of Salzkammergut, which stretches eastward from the city of Salzburg.  The lake is bit under 3 square km or around a square mile, and its maximum depth is about 66 meters or around 220 ft.  Like the other lakes in the district, Fuschlsee is set amidst a number of masifs of the Northern Limestone Alps. It lies a bit northwest of the better-known Wolfgangsee. 

Winter in Tyrol's Karwendel Mountains

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Winter at Karwendel

DJphotography

DJPhotography created this magnificent drone video of the Karwendel Mountains in Austria's Tyrol state.  It's the largest mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps, which form part of the Eastern Alps.  The video features footage of Riss Valley and the Ahornboden alpine pasture, two of the most spectacular spots in the country.  The highest peak in the Karwendel Mountains is Mt. Birkkarspitze, which has an altitude of 2.75k meters (just over (9k ft.).  The range extends into Bavaria in sourthern Germany.

Styria's Hohenwang Fortification

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Hohenwang

ClearSky

Check out this aerial view of a well-known Austrian fortress ruin, compliments of contributor ClearSky.  It's called Hohenwang Castle, and it's located in the municipality of Langenwang in the state of Styria.  The original fortification dates to the 12th century.  It was later strengthened and became part of a line of fortifications across Styria that served to protect Habsburg lands during the long periods of time when the heart of Europe was under continual threat from Ottoman forces to the south.  

Bad Ausee, Halstatt, Gmunden, and More

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Drone flight over the astonishing nature of the Alps area - 4K 60 FPS footage (Mavic Pro 1 double speed video)

Edwinux

Central Austria is home to some of the most iconic scenery in Europe.  In this drone video by Edwinux, you'll get a mini aerial tour of some of the most beautiful spots in this mountainous land in the heart of the continent.  Featured locations include Bad Ausee, a town near the geographic center of Austria; the towns of Hallstatt Gmunden, in the Lake District of the state of Upper Austria; and the city of Salzburg, of Sound of Music fame.  It also includes footage of Vaduz Castle in the tiny neighboring country of Lichtenstein.  

Villach, Carinthia

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Villach, Austria - Mavic 2 PRO

KoBaVisuals

Villach is one of the main cities of the Austrian state of Carinthia, in the southern part of the country.  The city was ravaged during the Thirty Years War of the 17th century and suffered further depredations during the Napoleonic Wars in the early 19th century.  With a population of about 60k, it's situated in a valley of the Drau (Drava) River, a major Danube tributary. Contributor KoBaVisuals used a DJI Mavic Pro 2 to create a beautiful aerial view of beautiful Villach, Austria's seventh-largest city as of 2019.

The Traunsee, Austrian Lake District

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Traunsee, Austria 4K DJI Mavic Air

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Contributor Mawefo brings us this breathtaking, 4K drone video featuring Traunsee, a famous lake in north central Austria. The popular tourist destination's attractions include the medieval castle Schloss Ort and Grünbergseilbahn Gmunden, a mountain cable car. At the north end of the lake is the resort town of Gmunden, while at the south lies Ebensee, a market town that formerly housed a concentration camp during World War II. The lake is located in the fabled Salzkammergut lake district east of Salzburg.

Vienna's St. Charles Church

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Highlights of Vienna: Karlskirche

W.Obereder

The Austrian capital city of Vienna is known in part for its Baroque architecture.  It's no surprise then that in this Catholic country, some of the most prominent Baroque style buildings in the city are churches.  In this drone video by contributor W. Obreder, you'll get a bird's eye view of one of the most famous of these churches:  Rektoratskirche.  Also known as St. Charles Church, the landmark was commissioned in 1713 by the Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI.  It was completed over two decades later, in 1737.

Vienna's Museums

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Highlights of Vienna: The famous museums.

W.Obereder

The Austrian capital city of Vienna could once lay claim to being the cultural capital of Europe.  Even today, Vienna still punches well above its weight in the cultural realm.  In this drone video by W.Obereder, you'll get a glimpse of four of the city's most famous museums: the Kunsthistorisches art museum, the Naturhistorisches natural history museum, the Nationalbibliothek national library, and the Albertina print museum.  The museums all lie within the city's Innere Stadt district south of the Danube.