4.5 based on 120 reviews
I joined two of the walks that are very well organised by the National Park. They produce a programme of walks called Wintertouren and you just phone them to book yourself on. I went on a gorgeous 3 hour walk up a river valley at Hollersbach. Hannis our guide was informative on the area, flora and fauna. The following week I went on a snow shoe walk and Hannis was our guide again. We went up near Passturn with fantastic views over the valley and Mountains. These walks are free with your guest card, so a bargain!
4.5 based on 65 reviews
The Kitzbuhel Alps Panorama Lift Hollerbach Mittersill is the direct access to the Kitzbuhel ski area. Unlimited fun in the snow and skiing fun from Salzburg to Tirol. This means without the ski take off it goes directly to the world-famous Kitzbuhel Streif. Without waiting times and no rush on the slopes, but - thanks to the north-east slopes with guarantees perfect snow conditions! There are 53 lifts and 170 km of slopes!
We came to Kitzbuhel to experience a northern hemisphere winter and snow. Unfortunately for us, we must have brought th Aussie summer with us, and was told they have had an unseasonably warm winter. Warmest in decades! Alas we still managed to enjoy the ski resort town- without snow.
4.5 based on 58 reviews
We had the opportunity to make a second visit tho the Weisssee Gletcherwelt due to extremely good weather conditions this later September day. The sun was up and this time we didn't climb the ladders, but hiked the long way up to the icy lake. The walk took around 1,45 - 2 hrs and is on the tricky side. Even if you feel that it normally wouldn't be a problem to you, please remember that you are some 2.500 metres above sea level, meaning that there is less oxygen in the air. It will definitely make you tired more easily. That said, it is worth a struggle. On our trip up there is was so nice that some in our group decided to take a dip in the icy water! Well, some are crazier than the rest of us.
4.5 based on 119 reviews
This attraction is worth visiting both summer and winter. A new gondola takes you up to the kitzbuhler mountain range where there is a nice restaurant but mostly magnificent views. In the summer plenty of walks with restaurant's enroute and in the winter extensive skiing slopes for both beginner's and the more experienced.
4.5 based on 246 reviews
The Joker card, included in our hotel rate, enabled into ride this for free. About 10 mins to the top station at 1,480m from where there are spectacular views, and a plethora of walks over the hills are available. It's a nice easy downhill walk back to Saalbach, about 90 minutes non stop, or longer if you stop, as we did, for a leisurely lunch at one of several establishments you pass on the way down. A great day's activity.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
We went to this small museum in Mittersill on a rainy day, and we are glad that we did! There were some explanations in English which helped us to understand the local social history. Once finished in the main museum, we discovered there were several old buildings behind that museum to explore. They included a landhaus as people would have lived in it in the past; a school house; a garage with fire trucks; and a barn!
If you are interested in how people lived their everyday lives in the past, then you would enjoy a few hours at this museum.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
We drove south of Mittersell to find this beautiful National Park Hohe Tauern. You can park the car and have a short walk to the lake and from there continue to the restaurant. The bathroom is outside the restaurant in a little hut but it's a real toilet!
You can eat and have something to drink in the restaurant.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
This ski lift leads to a nice mountain-top bar serving tasty hot chocolate! Blue runs 11 and 12 down from the top are great runs, even for beginners.
The views are fantastic of course and the restaurants along the way offer tasty snacks and drinks if you need a break.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Die Anlage ist fast eben angelegt und erfordert so keine allzu große Klettereigenschaften oder hohe Ballfertigkeiten. Weite Wiesengründe mit einigen Heustadeln dazwischen lassen ein schönes Spiel erwarten und so ist es dann auch. Man kann sich richtig wohlfühlen dabei, wenn die Sonne scheint und kein allzu großer Publikumsandrang herrscht. Die Anlage ist gepflegt und in sehr gutem Zustand auch nach einem langen Sommer. Der Besuch lohnt sich, wobei Loch 18 die letzte Herausforderung vor dem ultimativen Loch 19 ist. :-)
4.5 based on 103 reviews
It is always busy when the weather plays along and a good tip is get there as early as possible. For MTBikers and Hikers it is superb and for those who are not so keen on walking the noddy train is a great alternative to getting up to the Lindlingalm and high wire park area. I find the bridge greatly overpriced and it is not worth the money. Everything else is excellent.
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