Hiking in Saalbach

… breathtaking alpine experiences are waiting for you!

Many guests of the Hotel Wolfgang come to Hinterglemm to enjoy the extraordinary alpine ambience and to take exciting hiking experiences home with them. From the relaxed pleasure hike to the challenging mountain route with rope and climbing path, there is something for every mountain enthusiast in the Saalbach Hinterglemm hiking circuit. The excellent location of the Hotel Wolfgang is a popular starting point for many hikes.

400 kilometers of signposted hiking trails lead walkers and alpine professionals through the idyllic mountain region in the Glemmtal. Whether on one of the numerous guided tours or on your own – in the alpine summer paradise every day becomes a mountain experience.

Demanding mountain tours such as the seven-hour mountain hike on the Geißstein or the 3-peak tour with ascent of the Hochkogel, Hochsaalbachkogel and the Medalkogel make a hiking holiday in Saalbach Hinterglemm an unforgettable adventure. Less difficult hiking excursions such as the Spielberg Runde or the Gerstreit Rundweg offer an alpine panorama in a class of its own.

If you want to take it easy in between or want to shorten one or the other longer tour, you can comfortably ascend with one of four mountain railways. The Reiterkogelbahn , the Kohlmaisgipfelbahn , the Schattberg X-press and the Zwölferkogelbahn are also in operation in summer. Directly at the summit station of the Reiterkogelbahn there is, for example, the medicinal herb and alpine flower trail to discover. Hobby gardeners and those interested in nature get their money’s worth in a relaxed way. Over 200 native plants and their effects are explained.

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If you are looking for a challenge on holiday in the mountains, you are in the right place in Saalbach Hinterglemm. The infamous 24-kilometer Seven Summits Tour is only something for experienced alpinists in good condition.

The “Seven Summits of Saalbach Hinterglemm” over the highest peaks of the Glemmtal with alpine character and a massive 1,413 meters is a tour for die-hard individualists and physically fit alpinists. To have passed the Seven Summits means to have experienced a real mountain high. The indescribable feeling of going to your own limits and feeling nature up close cannot be explained to anyone. You have to experience it yourself!