Summer holiday in Saalbach-Hinterglemm
A valley full of athletic opportunity!
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is known all-over. Mostly as a natural hotspot of the winter scene – and quite rightly so. But should you spend your summer holiday in Saalbach-Hinterglemm as well, you will experience yourself how much this region has to offer in the warm part of the year as well. Enjoy, discover nature, regain your strength and fully savour the magnificent sides of the Alpine summer while hiking, cycling, mountaineering, climbing, Nordic walking or swimming – let’s go! The atmosphere is heavenly and practically smells of adventure!
Hiking and cycling directly from the Activ Chalet in Saalbach-Hinterglemm
Pack your rucksack...
On over 400km of well-marked paths you can discover the magnificent mountainous landscape of the Glemmtal valley on your hiking holiday in Saalbach-Hinterglemm. It is entirely up to you whether you want to stroll through the dreamlike Alpine pastures of the grassy Pinzgau mountains with the whole family or look for a great athletic and conditioning challenge in the Kitzbühel Alps as a real climbing enthusiast.
Further benefits for active holidaymakers in our Active Chalet in Saalbach-Hinterglemm:
- Four summer mountain cableways as “climbing assistance”
- Connection to the Tauern cycling route
- Bike repair and washing facilities
- Lockable bike garage
- Mega-events such as World Games of Mountain biking/Freeride Festival
Hop onto the saddle...
Whether you want simple forest paths in the valley or challenging single trails on the mountain, nice and light or extremely difficult – more than 400km of cycling and mountain bike routes in Saalbach-Hinterglemm inspire ambitious downhillers and relaxed leisure cyclists alike. Even the e-bike trend has not gone unnoticed in Saalbach-Hinterglemm – there is cycling fun for anybody and everybody!
Valley of Games
Spending your family holiday in Saalbach-Hinterglemm means that children in particular do not experience a single moment of boredom. In the “Valley of Games”, kids can playfully discover nature and in doing so, have an exciting adventure. Montelino’s Adventure Path with wild game feeding, the Kodok Mountain, Schnitza’s Woodpark, a treetop path and, of course, the “Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps”, make the Glemmtal one of the greatest adventure playgrounds!
Further sport and leisure activities::
- Miniature golf course
- Golf (3 courses within a 30km radius)
- Children’s playgrounds
- Jogging and Nordic walking
- Outdoor swimming with large and children’s pools and adventure slides
- Sailing and surfing on Lake Zell (20 minutes by car)