• ÖVP: 4
  • SPÖ: 3
  • FPÖ: 2

Radstadt is a municipality with 544 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in the district of St. Johann im Pongau of the federal state of Salzburg in Austria.


The community includes a high valley between Radstadt and Schladming, the valley of Forstaubach ( in Salzburg usual, called the valley only the Radstadt ). The first settlement was probably in the high Middle Ages. The village belonged until 2004 to the judicial district of Radstadt and since 1 January 2005, part of the judicial district of St. Johann im Pongau.

Coat of arms

The municipal coat of arms is: "In a silver shield above a downward hanging in a semicircle black chain, both sides ending with an open hand clamp, including on green ground, crossed by a silver wave beams, a green spruce, with their tops the chain covering and outstanding, left on the bottom two green bushes ".


Mayor Joseph is Buchsteiner (ÖVP ). Vice Mayor Werner Kocher ( SPÖ).

Culture and sights

  • Parish Church of St. Leonhard ( Leonhard of Limoges ) from 1742 with baroque pillars altar
  • Lourdes Chapel: the end of the 19th century, peculiarity are stalactites of Lourdes
  • Wooden sculptures in the Fallhausalm the German sculptor Roland Mayer: The Gate, The Guardian, The Chair, The Tree of Life

Lourdes Chapel

Radstadt Overview


To the west of Radstadt is the entrance to the ski area Fageralm.

The following clubs are located in Radstadt:

  • SV Radstadt Ski and Football Club
  • Table Tennis Club TTC GKW Forstau

Regular events

  • Clubs curling tournament in January
  • Alois Rohrmoser memorial race in April
  • Village festival in July
  • Wine Festival of the FF Forstau in August

Established businesses

  • Electrical Mitterwallner GmbH
  • ALBA Tooling & Engineering
  • Joinery Hohenwallner
  • Lassersdorf Bakery
  • Forstauerwirt Eventgastronomie
  • Kindergarten
  • Elementary school