Active family time in Saalbach Hinterglemm
Head for the Valley of Games
Your adventure family holiday in the Salzburger Land
There is nothing like an action-packed family holiday that has something for everyone! In Saalbach Hinterglemm in the Salzburger Land, don’t miss the Valley of Games, offering endless possibilities for outdoor fun and great attractions for all the family. The action starts right outside the front door of your 4-star family hotel Hasenauer. Hikes, cycling tours and water fun are yours for the taking, paired with adventures on Montelino’s adventure path, Kodok Mountain that is shrouded in mystery, the magical fairy-tale forest, or the tree-top trail. Riddle by riddle, adventure by adventure – explore this region and all it has to offer!
Fun, games & adventures
A summer for all the family
Pack up the kids and head for your adventure-packed summer holiday in Saalbach Hinterglemm! Summer here is made for small adventurers with big plans. What are your ambitions? 400 km of hiking trails, many of them family-friendly, are waiting to be explored around the Hasenauer. Numerous cycling trails make perfect family destinations, as do the bathing lakes and pools in the area. And that’s not everything: There is also the Valley of Games that owes its name to the many riddles, mysteries, legends and adventures that await. Boredom doesn’t stand a chance!
The Valley of Games
Family activities in Saalbach Hinterglemm
There is a reason why the Valley of Games is called just that: Fun & games are what it’s all about, from water play to natural spectacles, athletic pursuits, riddles and quizzes. Tennis, horse-riding and climbing are on offer, together with mountain-biking, hiking and swimming. If you are looking for an adrenaline kick, try rafting, canyoning, quad-biking, kayaking or a stint on the high-rope course. And if you and your loved ones are still in the mood for more outdoor adventures, we recommend the summer tobogganing run on Biberg mountain, where you can whizz down to the valley over 1,632 metres! Enough said…