We are of the opinion that the mountains have always provided unlimited inspiration. And because we want you to experience this inspiration and energy exuded by the Pinzgau mountains too, we have compiled the loveliest Alpine hikes in and around Saalbach for you. We do of course incorporate different types of hiking. Lace up your hiking shoes, pack up a snack and get going! We are always here for you as hiking advisers to provide you with information and tour tips.
From the hotel head out on a wild, romantic hike through Schwarzleotal, to the show mine and the Knappenstube. From here the hiking trail proceeds across expansive pastureland up to the Spelbergalmen. One of which is the traditional Lindlalm, where landlady Resi provides indulgence with delicious Alpine foods. The delicious ‘Almwuzel’ is a speciality – an old style ‘Kaiserschmarrn’.
For endurance-oriented hikers there is the option of hiking to the Spielberghorn (2044 m).
From the Bürgerau in Saalfelden proceed uphill via a shaded woodland path, then across pastureland to get to the Steinalm. An educational nature trail proceeds along the hiking trail, providing information about the forest, Alpine pastures and the limestone Alps. Educational signboards also outline the habitat of the local plants and animals. Special highlight – the route proceeds along the Kuhloch, a cave which is of geological significance. In the Steinalm you get to indulge in some delicious, regional treats – well worth a stop.
An easy route leads you from the town centre in Leogang to the Sinnlehen Alm
From this idyllic mountain pasture, you can enjoy the view of Leogang and the Leogang mountains. For a bit of refreshment, stop for an Almjause (snack) of locally baked breads and cheeses from our dairy. Children can play on the playground and pet the goats.
As hiking guides we are here to provide you with advice!
A worthwhile excursion destination with dreamy panoramic views
The panoramic views from the Riedlalm are legendary. Get there via idyllic Alpine paths along the Leogang mountains. The Riedlalm is 350 years old, and was originally just a refuge for animals. For everyone who wants a bit of variety away from hiking, we recommend the lovely archery course at the Riedlalm.