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Authentic alpine huts in Pongau on the sun terrace

Alpine hiking on the Salzburg sun terrace

Places of peace and security. A little closer to the sky. Where silence, inner balance and health are priorities. But also an area full of fun, action and activity, where young and old always get their money’s worth. All this and much more is the Salzburger Sonnenterrasse, your holiday destination in the heart of the Salzburger Land! Look forward to many hours of sunshine in every season, beautiful nature, enchanting villages with a lot of tradition and customs and a leisure offer according to your taste. The sun terrace is the ideal starting point for numerous excursion destinations in Salzburger Land.

Hochleitenalm

The Hochleitenalm is located at 1,153 m above sea level. The all-round view extends from St. Johann via Goldegg to the Hohe Tauern. You will be spoiled exclusively with products from your own farm. The children can expect a playground, petting animals and the possibility to walk with stilts. The wide hiking trail allows the hike to the alpine pasture even in bad weather.

Opening hours

May, June and October
Fri, Sat, Sun & Holiday
July, August and September
Open daily
Monday Closed

Contact

Family Burgschwaiger
T. +43 664 737 55500

Hackeralm

The rustic alpine hut is located at 1,190 m above sea level and impresses hikers with a magnificent panoramic view of the Hohe Tauern. The farm’s own culinary specialities of Wagyu beef and homemade pofesen with jam invite you to linger. A children’s playground with a play hut, slide, sandpit and caressing is guaranteed to be fun for the younger guests.

Opening hours

Beginning of May to end of October
Closed in case of bad weather
Kitchen from 10:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday Closed

Contact

The Steiner family
T. +43 664 124 8919
T. +43 664 381 3345

Meislsteinalm

The Meislsteinalm is located at 1,270 m above sea level and convinces with a mixture of rustic flair and modernity. A special highlight is the brunch on the beautiful viewing terrace – this is offered from Thursday to Sunday on reservation. Guests are also treated to desserts such as bays with vanilla sauce, homemade farmer’s bread and local products.

Opening hours

1 May to 26 October
Monday & Tuesday
Closed

Contact

Alexandra Streitwieser
T. +43 664 300 9820

Althausalm

The Althausalm is located at 1,200 m above sea level amidst green meadows and fields. Particularly recommended is the tasty Almjause, the freshly baked bread on the alpine pasture, as well as the homemade cakes. For the little ones there is a large children’s playground with play hut, slide and sandpit. On the 1st Sunday in September, the mountain fair on the Schneeberg takes place at 11:00 a.m.

Opening hours

Open daily from mid-June to mid-September
Thursday closed
End of May to mid-June and mid-September to end of October Friday to Sunday

Contact

Stötzlbergalm

The Stötzlbergalm is an old, rustic alpine hut and is located at 1,250 m above sea level in the middle of unspoilt nature. The beautiful terrace offers a unique panoramic view of the Salzburg mountains. A tasty almjause is served for refreshment. The younger guests of the Stötzlbergalm enjoy the small children’s playground with sandbox.

Opening hours

Beginning of June to the end of September
Wednesday closed

Contact

Pronebenalm

The quaint Pronebenalm is located at 1,300 m above sea level and offers breathtaking views of the mighty Hochkönigs massif. A special treat are the Almjause, homemade cakes, various juices and Andreas’ herbal salt. A special highlight on the alpine pasture are the many animals such as cows, donkeys, goats, rabbits and cats. Large children’s playground.

Opening hours

Beginning of June Monday & Tuesday Closed
July to September
Open daily
Monday Closed
Open in October only in fair weather

Contact

The Deutinger family
T. +43 664 769 7521
E. [email protected]

Rettenebenalm

The Rettenebenalm is located at 1,200 m above sea level in a beautiful location between the municipalities of St. Veit im Pongau and St. Johann im Pongau. Guests are served with a hearty alpine snack and a variety of homemade products, which are freshly prepared daily. There is a children’s playground for younger guests.

Opening hours

End of May to end of September
No day of rest

Contact

The Hartl family
T. +43 664 253 3812

Niggeltalalm – Igltalalm

The Niggeltalalm is located at 1,507 m above sea level, surrounded by green, lush meadows. It is the starting point for hikes to the Heukareck 2,100 m or the Höllwand 2,287 m. Once up there, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Salzachtal valley. The alpine pasture is a paradise for children, they find here besides the playground also a variety of small animals, which invite for petting and loving.

Opening hours

End of May to mid-September
No day of rest

Contact

Family Hettegger
T. +43 6414 576
T. +43 664 125 5725

Moosalm

The Moosalm is located at 1,386 m above sea level in the Schwarzenbach valley at the foot of the Ahornstein in the municipality of Dienten am Hochkönig. After a leisurely hike, guests can enjoy soft drinks and products from their own farm, such as bread, butter, bacon and cheese. Alpine breakfast, barbecues, bratl and kasnocken on reservation. Weddings, poltereien, birthday parties and company parties are often organised.

Opening hours

End of May to mid-September
No day of rest

Contact

Klingelbergalm

The rustic Klingelbergalm lies at 1,470 m above sea level in the Schwarzenbach valley at the foot of the Schneeberg in the municipality of Dienten am Hochkönig. The milk of the 15 cows is traditionally processed on the alpine pasture into cheese and butter. Among other own dairy products you will find homemade bacon from the alpine pig on the Brettljause. Farm-owned noble fires round off the offer for connoisseurs.

Opening hours

End of May to mid-September
No day of rest

Contact

Jenerwein family
T. +43 664 9224260
E. [email protected]

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