Summer in Saalbach Hinterglemm
Your summer holiday is already planned out. You want to experience as much as possible with your family, and being active is important to you, right? If so, in Saalbach Hinterglemm you have found one of the most multifaceted family vacation destinations there is: Culture, sport, local traditions and nature experiences, as well as adventure programs tailored especially to families, make a family getaway with us the true highlight of your year.
Enjoy leisurely hikes from one mountain hut to the next, and discover the amazing diversity of nature. And to help you out, the mountain lifts will carry you quickly up to the alpine pastures and summit regions.
Visit Hohe Tauern National Park and make your way towards Austria's highest mountain, the Grossglockner, either on foot or by car.
One special highlight: the Forest Canopy Path at the valley head of Saalbach Hinterglemm. Out on Europe's highest treetop path, you truly will be able to experience a bird's-eye view of the world.
They entice you out into the countryside. The breadth of sporting opportunities is certain to thrill you:
- Biking, highlight: BIG-5 Bike Challenge
- High rope course
- Käpt´n Hook - Action Pools
- Horse riding
- Canyoning, rafting, kayaking, surfing, sailing, diving, golfing
Hill festivals, concerts, street festivals, theatre and Harvest Festival throughout Salzburger Land. During an Alpine Summer, experience free-spirited hill festivals with your whole family.
From June until October, festivals take place at mountain huts throughout the region, featuring live music, agricultural products, as well as regional arts & crafts. Numerous folk festivals introduce you during your holidays to some of Pinzgau's traditions: town bands in folk costume, ceremonial militia and regional heritage groups offer you insights into the rural culture of SalzburgerLand.
Experience historical monuments, palaces, castles, and the historic city of Salzburg itself. Discover the exciting history of Salzburg province through its parish churches, monuments - often small or out in the countryside - as well as museums, palaces and castles. Centuries filled with ups and downs, shaped by rural traditions, prince archbishops and the gold of the Pinzgau, all still clearly recognizable even now in the culture of Saalbach Hinterglemm, and very much a part of daily life.
Visit the schnapps distillery or perhaps enjoy a guided tour of the Medicinal Herb Path, where you will learn to recognize more than 80 herbs. You simply have to visit Salzburg City, which is just a 90-minute drive away: Hohensalzburg Fortress, the historical district and Hellbrunn Palace with its trick fountains.