Saalbach Hinterglemm, located in SalzburgerLand and at an elevation of 1,003 metres above sea level, presents itself in a multitude of ways.
While you rest and relax in the valley surrounded by the Pinzgau Grass Mountains, the surrounding summits of the Kitzbühel Alps and the Hohe Tauern offer a breathtaking panorama that you won’t be able to avert your gaze from.
The most “lässig” of Austria’s mountain villages is no longer exclusively known as a top skiing destination, but is also treasured by outdoor enthusiasts as an Eldorado for mountain biking and hiking. Here, families will stumble upon the greatest playground of them all: nature.
Mountain biking fans can look forward to more than 400 km of marked trails of every variety imaginable. Marathoners, freeriders, e-bikers and casual cyclists will be awaited by four cableways with bicycle transport, as well as countless single trails, downhill tracks and bike park elements for beginners and pros alike.
Take it down a notch and offer the kids a little fun and variety along the countless adventure hiking trails around Montelino and Kodok. Active families can explore the surrounding nature via the Educational Hiking Trail, the Motor Skills Path, the Schattberg mountain middle summit, the Treetop Trail and the Fairytale Forest. Together, these paths make up the Kids’ Hiking Challenge, for which the little ones will be rewarded with the Golden Clown.
Both casual hikers and more experienced alpinists, on the other hand, will feel right at home on the 400 km of marked hiking trails. Plenty of special challenges, such as the Seven Summits, the Home of Lässig Walk and the Pinzgau Walk, are also available.
Hikers who prefer it a little cosier may enjoy their holidays, the brilliant view and the local cuisine at one of the 40 huts across the surrounding mountains.
Varied, active and just “lässig” – Welcome to Saalbach Hinterglemm.
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