Excursion destinations in Saalbach in the Salzburger Land
Pure variety in Saalbach Hinterglemm
If you like to be active on holiday, and also in nature, then Saalbach Hinterglemm is your ideal holiday destination in summer. It is located in the middle of a natural idyll that you will probably rarely see otherwise. The breathtaking mountain peaks of the Austrian Alps characterize the landscape. In between are lush alpine meadows, green fields and shady forests. And exactly between Saalbach and Hinterglemm is the Hotel Barbarahof. Honest hospitality and an entertaining weekly program are part of the all-round feel-good package in your holiday home. Active holidaymakers are exactly at the right address there.
These are the most beautiful destinations for your active holiday program in SalzburgerLand:
High ropes park at the end of the valley
Somewhat hidden, located at the end of the hinterglemm valley, the largest high ropes park in Europe is a real highlight for active summer holidaymakers. On a total length of more than eight kilometers, it is necessary to pass up to 200 stations and 30 zip lines in the shade of the high treetops. The levels that you can choose anywhere are between three and 40 meters high. Open from mid-May to mid-October.
Tubing on the Saalach
When tubing on the Saalach, wild action in the water is announced. On the large tubing tires you paddle through the river and master one or the other obstacle. As a guest of the Hotel Barbarahof, you will receive the right equipment as part of the weekly program. Whether you prefer the simple Saalach Fun Tour or the moderate Saalach Sports Tour, you decide for yourself. Age limits: from 12 years (light) and from 14 years (medium).
Mega Flying Fox in the Glemmtal
With the Mega Flying Fox you cross the Glemmtal four times. On six zip lines that are up to 120 meters high. You can be there at a speed of 80 kilometres per hour. That’s how beautiful flying must be! Open from May to October.
Canyoning in Saalbach
About one kilometer from the valley closing parking lot in Hinterglemm you will experience heartbeat moments while canyoning in the gorge. The course is full of challenges: slides. jump. abseil. None of this is for the faint of heart! Duration of the tour: three to four hours. Equipment included. Open in July and August.
Jump-and-slide park on the Saalach
The first jump-and-slide park in the world is located at the origin of the Saalach. There, high jumps are the order of the day. Whether from the eight-meter-high Jump Tower, in the trampoline area or at the freestyle ramp. The goal is always the same: the cool water of the river.
Glemmy Offroad Park in Viehhofen
The Glemmy Offroad Park is a 60.000 square meter terrain for those who love action on four wheels. With the quad or the rally kart you drive through the adventurous course and deliver fun races with your comrades-in-arms.
Climbing tower in Hinterglemm
Right next to the sports center in Hinterglemm is the climbing tower with different levels of difficulty. If you take part in climbing as part of the summer weekly program of the Hotel Barbarahof, you will be accompanied by experienced mountain guides and equipped accordingly. Otherwise, you have to bring your own climbing equipment.
Even during summer holidays it can rain. Or it’s just too hot in the midday sun to be active outside. It’s a good thing that there are many weather-independent activities to do in and around Saalbach Hinterglemm, for example the following:
Indoor tennis in Hinterglemm
In the tennis hall in Hinterglemm you can play for free with the JOKER CARD. With whom and as often as you want. Pre-registration is required. For beginners there is the possibility to book tennis courses (for a fee). There is also an outdoor area. And a playground for children is right next door.
Climbing in Saalfelden
Climbing and bouldering routes with a length of up to 20 meters can be found in the climbing hall in Saalfelden. A total of 1,700 square meters of climbing area with outdoor climbing area houses the large hall. Outside there is also an outdoor boulder wall. From beginners to professionals, everyone will find a suitable route there – even children. By the way: In the new children’s playroom of the Hotel Barbarahof there is a mini boulder wall for small climbing maxes.
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