Hiking paradise in Salzburg
Salzburg and the surrounding region may be best known for Mozart or the summer festival. But at least as popular are the mountains of this popular Austrian holiday destination, and many hikers spend their holidays in the Salzburg region. The entire federal state is criss-crossed with mountain peaks of all kinds: there are hills in the foothills of the Alps, Karst plateaus in the Tennen Mountains and the striking Lake Steinerne. Salzburgers are also proud of the two highest mountains in Austria, the Großvenediger and the Großglockner. The Salzburg holiday feeling is enhanced by warm hospitality and delicious regional delicacies from local producers.
Panorama hiking in Pinzgau
Hiking trips with charm. Marvel at the fantastic mountain scenery with an unforgettable panorama and spend the night in Schloss Kammer, which takes you back in time. The ideal balance between hiking experiences and enjoyable relaxation.
- Curious? Click here for the Panorama Hike in Pinzgau.
Way of St James Salzburg
Mountains, lakes, rivers and Mozart on the Way of St James in Salzburg. You can marvel at all this and many other highlights while you make the pilgrimage from Salzburg to Tyrol. In addition to excursions to the Trumer lakes, the gorges and waterfalls in Unken and Waidring are also real highlights.
- Like to know more? Details about the hiking tour on the Salzburg Way of St James can be found here.
Salzburg peaks and Kitzbühel Alps
Impressive mountain scenery and new mountains to marvel at daily. During this hike you can expect breathtaking views of the highest peaks in Austria. In addition to the vast views, numerous culinary delights await you!
- More information about the high-altitude hike on Salzuburg’s peaks and the Kitzbühel Alps can be found here.
In Salzburg, the seventh hiking heaven
Often the hikes in the Salzburg mountains are very high. Numerous peaks and mountain pastures are just waiting to be conquered. More than 7,200 marked hiking trails and paths wind through the region. Between 500 and 3,790 vertical metres, tours of every difficulty level can be found. Eurohike has developed nine routes from the wealth of possibilities that show Salzburg from its most beautiful side.
Combine nature with culture
On a journey along the Salzalpensteig, you hike the salt trail between the Königssee and the enchanting Hallstatt. Experienced hikers, with good physical condition are able to climb the peaks around his majesty, the Dachstein on the Dachstein High Altitude Circuit. And foodies hiking in Pinzgau will find out what Salzburg hospitality really means.
Alpine summers and harvest festival in the Salzburg region
Customs and tradition are deeply rooted in the land of the mountains, especially around Salzburg. Countless events take place throughout the year, including markets and folk festivals that delight locals and holidaymakers alike. Not least because of the goodies, which are only available on certain holidays. In no less than 500 alpine huts guests are spoiled in the traditional way – with home baked bread, speck and homely fires. Numerous alpine pastures only available by food are a real insiders tip. So much better when you can reach the hidden corners with Eurohike.
At the Harvest Festival, people are dressed as colourfully as the leaves on the trees. Traditional dress is compulsory during the Harvest Festival and music events! So it won’t be a surprise if you see someone wearing Lederhosen while out hiking.
Secure your holiday in the Salzburg mountains!
The province of Salzburg leaves nothing to be desired. We are happy to help you in your search for the ideal hiking route with Eurohike!