Hotel in the Großarltal

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The village Großarl unifies all the things, for what the Salzburger Land is famous for: a unique combination of natural beauty, decorated with contemplative villages which are embedded in the gorgeous landscape. This region is meant to be for your relaxation holidays.

Explore the natural mountain landscape and learn about the great hospitality at the mountain shelters during your hikes. Not for nothing the Großarltal is called the “Valley of mountain pastures”. During your hike you find unlimited opportunities to pause at those traditional family establishments. Exactly this friendliness and open mindedness is characteristic for the Großarltal, which got its name from the community Großarl. All that makes your hiking holidays in the Salzburger Land getting an unforgettable experience.
Of course there are also a lot of opportunities to explore the region by bike. In the Großarltal you find a large network of mountain bike trails which guide you through the surroundings. We guarantee you fantastic panoramas and trips for every level.
Naturally a golf course mustn't be missed in such a beautiful landscape. The “Golfclub Pongau” has a fantastic 18-hole golf course which is one of the nicest ones in the Salzburger Land. Therefore also the golfers are in best hands. Better your HCP in front of a breathtaking mountain panorama.
 

Highlights

  • Hiking tours – the Grossarl Valley is also known as „Alpine huts valley“
  • Hiking trails from hut to hut
  • Mountain biking tours
  • Cultural places in the country

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