Activities in Spring, Summer and Autumn
Saalbach Hinterglemm is located amidst the Pinzgauer Grasberge mountains in the county of Salzburg. The fantastic landscape is surrounded by the massifs of the Großglockner, the highest mountain in Austria, and the Kitzsteinhorn.
Known in winter as one of the largest and most modern ski resorts in the Alps, Saalbach-Hinterglemm with its numerous activities is also a delight in spring, summer and autumn.
Whether outdoor enthusiast, nature lover or someone looking to unwind: everyone will get their money's worth here. The varied offer in the region leaves nothing to be desired.
From a fantastic hiking area to bike routes in various degrees of difficulty as well as rock climbing, tennis and horseback riding, to name just a few of the available leisure activities.
E-Bike & Mountainbike
Saalbach Hinterglemm does not only have many kilometres of slopes for skiing, but also over 400 km of bike routes for mountain- and e-bikes.
Moreover, there are endless bike trails and tracks as well as many routes for tours in the region. Panoramic view included!
Hiking & Climbing
Taking a deep breath on the mountain peak and enjoying the breathtaking panorama: between unspoiled nature and crystal-clear mountain lakes is the ideal place for hiking. Over 40 huts provide local delicacies after an extensive hike.
Visit the Action-Area at the head of the valley:
- high rope course
- jump ’n slide park
- Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps
- tree-top trail
- and much more!
Especially for families, there is a lot on offer: the family park, the “expedition Kodok”, clown Montelino's adventure trail and the water playground, the fairy tale forest, “Schnitza's” wood park and much more.
Included in the price is the “Joker Card”, which you will receive during your stay. This gives you free access to all cable cars in operation during summer and to the Talschlusszug, (the end-of-the-valley-train) the outdoor pool, hiking bus and many other attractions. In addition, you benefit from numerous discounts (valid from 29 May to 26 October 2020).