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Salzburger ALmenweg trail

350 kilometers of hiking in the Alps of SalzburgerLand

The Wagrain-Kleinarl holiday region is situated directly at one of the most beautiful long-distance and multi-stage hiking trails of the Alps. On the Salzburger Almenweg, you can discover the marvelous Pongau mountains and get to know the unique huts of the region.

Immerse yourself in an extraordinary hiking experience and discover the most beautiful places of SalzburgerLand on the Salzburger Almenweg.

Pure hiking diversity

In 31 stages across the mountains of Salzburg

350 kilometers of trails are too much for a single hiking vacation? No problem – the Salzburger Almenweg is divided into 31 stages on different levels of difficulty and of various lengths.

Choose a route that suits your personal preferences and start into an alpine expedition to alpine streams, mountain lakes and breathtaking summit experiences. More than 120 alpine huts offer a variety of possibilities for delicious breaks and charming overnight accommodation.

Diligent hikers collect stamps for their hiking pass, which can be exchanged for a Salzburger Almenweg hiking pin in one of the tourist offices.

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Hiking in Pongau

Discover the Salzburger Almenweg

 

  • Stages of five to 17 kilometers
  • Walking time per stage: Two to seven hours
  • More than 120 alpine huts along the way
  • Extensive signage on all paths
  • Day trips, multi-day tours & hiking weeks
  • Hikes for all performance levels
  • Overnight stays on alpine huts in Wagrain-Kleinarl
  • Bookable hiking packages including guided hikes
Double access

Discover the Salzburger Almenweg from Wagrain-Kleinarl

Three of the 31 stages of the Salzburger Almenweg can be accessed directly from Wagrain-Kleinarl:

“Wide basins, rustic huts & blooming meadows“: The 17 km long stage 17 leads from the Grafenbergbahn mountain station to Ellmaualm in approx. seven hours of walking time.

Stage 18, “In the footsteps of Karl Heinrich Waggerl and Joseph Mohr”, is a little shorter (12 kilometers). In approx. four and a half hours, it leads from Kleinarl up to the Grafenbergbahn mountain station.

Both routes can also be covered in the opposite direction, with arrivals in Wagrain-Kleinarl.

Stage 19 takes you from Kleinarl to the Koglalm at the Flying Mozart mountain station. On this panoramic high-altitude hike, almost 1500 meters in height are covered on 13 kilometers, which amounts to about five and a half hours of pure hiking pleasure.

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