From casual half-day hikes to demanding day expeditions: The numerous hiking routes in Wagrain-Kleinarl take you to mountain peaks, alpine lakes and other hiking destinations in the region. And of course, you can enjoy a delicious break at numerous alpine huts.
The directions are organized according to trail numbers and the trails of the Alpine Association have three-digit numbers each (e.g. 714 Grießenkareck – Kleinarl). We are happy to help you with the planning of your tours, furthermore, detailed hiking maps and interesting hiking suggestions are available at our tourist office.
No matter if you are young or old, a pleasure hiker or an experienced alpinist: Discover the diverse hiking routes of Wagrain-Kleinarl.
That's right! The aging Flying Mozart cable car will be rebuilt in summer 2021 with all 3 stations. But not only that ... a new gondola lift will be built: the Panorama-LINK will connect the skiing areas Snow Space Salzburg and Shuttleberg Flachauwinkl-Kleinarl from winter 2021/22.
The Flying Mozart Gondola and the Bikepark Wagrain will be closed in summer 2020.
Therefore, please note the restrictions on the mountain: construction work is taking place in the area of the Flying Mozart Gondola and between Grießenkareck and Mooskopf. Signs on site, the interactive map (below) and the latest map material will inform you about the closed paths.
On the hikes through the Salzburg world of sports, you repeatedly pass wooden telescopes. 80 telescopes all over the region make possible new and impressive perspectives of the surrounding mountains and valleys on your hiking experience.
There is a short description with each telescope to facilitate usage and to explain, which view (“point of view”) is shown at the station.
On many alpine huts and peaks in Wagrain-Kleinarl, dedicated hikers can obtain stamps for their hiking pass. At the Wagrain-Kleinarl tourist office, the collected stamps are used to redeem a hiking pin.
The free hiking pass is available at all information offices in Wagrain-Kleinarl.