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Hiking holiday in the middle of salzburgerland

We have over 80 km of signposted hiking routes here in Eben, also to mountain huts and restaurants. The region has over 500 km of signposted routes and climbs of various levels of difficulty.

Hiking highlights in Eben

for the whole family

Huts

Regional delicacies and treats

Moosalm

Moosalm
Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Since 1972 the Moosalm is a popular place at monte popolo Eben. The trio Manu, Erwin and Manfred, who welcome you to the Moosalm since the summer of 2022, are looking forward to seeing you.
Moosalm

Reitlehenalm

Reitlehenalm
Closed on Mondays
Combination of traditional alpine hut with “Kuhstall” and tiled stove parlor and modern panorama bar lounge with magnificent panoramic views from the sun terrace. Overnight accommodation for up to 40 people. 
Reitlehenalm

Oberbuchsteinalm

Oberbuchsteinalm

Open everyday
The over 500-year-old mountain hut invites you to linger in a cosy atmosphere. It is easily accessible by foot, bike or car. A variety of homemade products will make every hiker's heart beat faster.
Oberbuchsteinalm

Halmgut

Halmgut

Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays.
The Halmgut restaurant offers local specialities and home-made products from their own farm in summer and winter alike.
Halmgut

More hiking offers

in the Region

Salzburger Summit Game

Listen to what the mountains have to say

Salzburger Summit Game
The Salzburger Summit Game is a unique hiking experience, unveiling the world of the “Benevolent Queen and her six noblemen“. Conquer the seven summits in the seven resorts of the Salzburger Sportwelt and discover a wonderful natural landscape. All peak tours promise a special mountain experience and breathtakingly fantastic views plus profound messages and rituals.

Salzburger Almenweg

Bookable long-distance hiking experience

Salzburger Almenweg
More than 120 alpine pastures, more than any other long-distance hiking trail in the Alps, are waiting to be explored by you. Today, the Salzburg Almenweg opens up to you the services and undreamed-of options of an individually bookable long-distance hiking trail. Simply choose from the diverse and carefully compiled hiking packages or plan and book a hiking trip tailored to your personal needs. A competent team of Trail Angels hiking experts will be happy to provide you with advice and assistance at the official Salzburg Alpine Trail Information & Booking Center.

Summer lifts

Experience more with the summer lifts

Summer lifts in ski amade ©Snow Space Salzburg
What could be nicer than being on a mountain in summer, enjoying the view, looking down into the valley and literally standing above everyday life? The most comfortable way up is by cable car. That way you can cover a few hundred metres in altitude and save your energy for the mountain. Because up there, there's plenty to discover and experience.

A hike should be well planned

So here are a few important tips for preparing an upcoming hike.

Starting time

Especially in summer, it is advisable to start early enough. This allows you to rest on the mountain pasture or in the forest in the midday heat.

Equipment

Equipment should be chosen depending on the weather and the type of tour.

Here are some must-haves:
> Headgear - cap, hat, headband
> Breathable functional clothing
> Hiking boots - ankle-enclosing shoes, well fitting
> Rain protection - rain jacket, rain trousers
> Sun protection - sun cream, visor cap
> Backpack - capacity 15-35 litres

What to take with you

Different things are necessary depending on the weather and the length of the tour, but there are a few things that should definitely be packed.

Cash, ID, hiking map, mobile phone, summit snack (fruit, nuts, muesli bars, glucose, water), sun protection, rain protection, clothes for changing, first aid kit, blister plasters

Tips for packing your backpack
> Stow things that are used frequently in the lid compartment.
> Place heavier items close to the back.
> If possible, place lightweight items in the bottom compartment and fill the remaining space.

Walking time

In the mountains in particular, a hike can take a very long time and must be very well planned. Around four kilometres can be covered in an hour in slightly hilly terrain, and if the paths are steeper, almost 300 metres in altitude can be covered. A generous time reserve should always be planned.

Which trail?

The routes are often divided into difficulty levels, so find out about the tour in advance (maps, tourist office, etc.).

Snack

Bring enough water to drink and some snacks - fruit or some glucose tabs are perfect for re-energizing tired legs.

Take a break

Getting there is half the fun - and with taking enough breaks, it's even better.

Use public transport

Many starting points are reachable via public transport. Go by train or bus  - and you can leave the car at your accommodation. In the Salzburger Sportwelt region, you can take all busses for only € 1,- per ride - just show your Salzburger Sportwelt Card to the bus driver.

In case of an emergency

Every backpack should contain a first aid pack and possibly a bivouac bag.
The mobile phone/smartphone should be fully charged before the start of the tour in order to be able to make an emergency call (possibly take an outdoor charger with you).

Numbers of the rescue services
> Mountain rescue 140
> Euro emergency call 112
> Rescue service 144

Digital Trophies

Digital Trophies

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