Trekking

This is the thing if you want to have an experience outside the mainstream. We will take you on a multiday trek from hut to hut. You will stay on the mountain and experience life on the mountains as it is there. An incredible adventure you will never forget. Maybe you think about the Alpe Adria Trail, or the High Alpine long distance path. Anything is possible. Just let us now what you like to do.

Please feel free to contact us if you are in need of a special hike just for you.

Salzburger Almenweg

The SalzburgerLand is home to more alpine huts than any other Austrian province, boasting over 1800 in total. Around 550 of these huts open their doors to hikers, treating their guests to an array of hearty hill-country favorites. Hiking along the 31 stages of the Salzburger Almenweg, across colorful alpine meadows and through forests, past romantic mountain tarns and waterfalls, chapels and trail-side crosses, is what makes summer in the Salzburg hill country such a unique experience.

4 mountains - 3 lakes

The Salzkammergut Long Distance Hike, "4 mountains - 3 lakes" leads over four impressive peaks in the Fuschlsee, Wolfgangsee and Mondsee Region. Four stages take you through some of the loveliest landscapes in the Salzburg Salzkammergut Lake District.
The Salzkammergut Lake District is a fantastic hiking paradise. Hiking trails of all grades of difficulty guarantee fascinating impressions and views of the lakes and the mountains in the region.

Via Alpina

Along 5 international trails, through 8 countries there are 342 stages and over 5000km between 0 to 3000m above sea level that open before you to invite you to discover the natural and cultural heritage of the Alps on foot. The Königsweg as part of the Via Alpina trail leads hikers in four stages along the Hochkönig massif from Bischofshofen to Saalfelden. You can enjoy the landscape, alpine huts, and mountain summits to the fullest while getting to know the most beautiful sides of the region.

Saalachtaler ridge trail

This route warms you up with an easy valley hike along the banks of the Leoganger Ache out to the foot of the imposing Leoganger Steinberge mountains. From Leogang, you make your way via Schwarzleotal valley and the Spielbergtörl to Hinterglemm. Your hike to Saalbach takes you across the soft meadows of the Pinzgauer Grasberge and through the diverse alpine landscapes of the Limestone Alps. Along the way you are rewarded by great summiteering experiences along with magnificent scenery. The 4th daily stage leads you along the Saalachtaler Höhenweg trail through flower-covered meadows to Viehhofen. To conclude this hiking week, enjoy the romantic Rhododendron Path just outside Viehhofen.

Route of the gorges Saalachtal 

Pinzgauer Saalachtal is home to three extraordinary natural monuments - known as the "Saalachtal Natural Wonders". At the foot of the Loferer and Leoganger Steinberge ranges, along with outliers of the Steinernes Meer massif, nature has created bizarrely shaped rock formations, thunderous waterfalls, as well as one of the biggest caves in Europe featuring a subterranean watercourse. The tour consists of six stages, starting and ending in Lofer. You walk over idyllic mountain pastures and thunderous gorges. And with a special experience the Vorderkaserklamm between St. Martin and Weissbach.

Salt Alps climb

This premium long-distance trail covers 233 kilometres in 18 stages from historical Hallstatt on the romantic Salzkammergut Soleweg, continuing over the Goisererhütte to Russbach in Tennengau, past the Watzmann, via the picturesque church of St. Bartholomew in Koenigssee, through the Berchtesgadener Land and onto the Chiemsee. The “SalzAlpenSteig” is walking with all the senses - a symbiosis of mountains, culture and tradition. Historical relics bear witness to the origins of mountain life. The salt, as a source of wealth, promoted the creation of crafts, traditions and customs. All of this resonates with you on the hike and makes the “SalzAlpenSteig” an authentic, special hiking experience. 

Glockner round tour

In 7 stages from Kaprun to Kals by the Grossglockner and via the Glocknerhaus and Fusch back to Kaprun. The tour mainly spans high alpine terrain but can be negotiated by anyone with some alpine experience and corresponding fitness and equipment. You can also choose a shorter option taking 4-6 days. Located in the heart of the 1,856 sq.km Hohe Tauern National Park which contrasts impressive, glacier-covered high alpine scenery with an alpine farming landscape carefully cultivated for centuries, the Glockner Circuit offers a unique nature and walking experience.

Family Tour: Lungauer lakes tour

This 5-day tour for children from the age of 12 is suitable for families, as there are on the way many options that can be combined depending on the condition and ability. Since the overnight cabins are further apart in part, the tour is divided in five daily stages. Who walks more in a day, this can of course also combine. The tour in the area Niedere Tauern leads up to the Mur origin. The Mur then flows from the Lungau region in Styria and the City of Graz and on to Hungary. The area is beautiful and runs through the known Riedingtal with many meadows below very imposing mountain peaks.

Obertaler Family Enjoyment

This 4-day tour "Obertaler Family Enjoyment" is a beautiful multi-day hike for families with children, for hikers and for those that migrate only short stages, but want to spend a lot of time along the way and the milestones. Along the tour course you expect numerous lakes, historical sites, beautiful alpine meadows, impressive views, edged mountains and cozy cabins. Highlights are the picturesquely situated Landauersee and Duisitzkarsee, the museum repurposed Nickel museum at the beginning of the tour, the historic Knapp dwellings in Vetternkar or the peak crossing at Rotmandlspitze.