Ramsau am Dachstein is near Schladmig, From Schladming, shuttle buses will take you to Ramsau am Dachstein.
Luge is http://www.rittisberg.at/de/extras/partner/coaster.html is 1300m in length, has high ropes course and beach
Mount Nimbus Bridge, Canada
Another 100-meter bridge opened 2012 on the Titlis mountain above Engelberg, Switzerland. The resort says it is Europe’s highest suspension bridge. Zillertal Alps trift bridge, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:H%C3%A4ngebr%C3%BCcke_am_Berliner_H%C3%B6henweg_Nr_526,_Zillertaler_Alpen_2.JPG
Germany, too, is home to a spectacular viewing platform (pictured), in the Bavarian Alps above Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Mont Blanc, France
Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk, Australia.
The Capilano skywalk, North Vancouver, Canada
Shanghai World Financial Center, China – The 100th floor is open for visitors to walk on above this gorgeous city. The 55m wide and 474m above the ground, this is the highest observatory of the world. The sky walk floor is made of glass and gives one a feeling of walking above the city of Shanghai.
Arenal Sky Walk, Santa Elena, Costa Rica
Mürren Switzerland, try hiking along a via ferrata, a mountain route with fixed cables, metal loops, and ladders. Goes sideways and down all the way to Gimmelwald.
–Another Via Ferrata is at Mt. Norquay in Banff National Park Canada.
–Terzo Spigolo in the Dolomites of Italy http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2014/07/18/hiking-and-history-in-italys-dolomites/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/alesduchac/3802727411/
— France http://uk.rendezvousenfrance.com/en/information/ferrata-exhilarating-fun-mountains
–Mount Kinabalu Boreno is the highest one
–West Virgina and Colorado
The Shard, London’s famous 95-story skyscraper, also has a glass viewing platform, offering spectacular panoramas of the English capital.
England is home to another such platform at the Blackpool Tower, which was built as part of efforts to reinvigorate the seaside community.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil
A view of the total cloud inversion from Mather Point around 10:00 a.m. this morning, Thursday, December 11, 2014. NPS photo by M. Quinn.