A hiking holiday in Filzmoos means an adventure in the natural surroundings and hiking fun for calves of all ages! You certainly won’t get bored while hiking in Filzmoos. Heading past lush Alpine pastures and babbling mountain streams, up to the "Dachstein" or to the local mountain in Filzmoos - the " Bischofsmütze " – followed by a refreshment stop in one of the numerous traditional Alpine inns, where regional treats await.
In our weekly programme we provide various hikes which are suitable for families several times a week. The family hike to see the marmots at Bachlalm is particularly popular. The tame ‘Manggei’, as marmots are known in these parts, let you feed and stroke them. Those who want to can find out a bit about the land, its people, the natural surroundings and the animals. On the ‘Ameisenweg’ (Ant trail) you find out all kinds of information about the most hardworking of animals, who inhabit the woodland floor. And on the Moosalm children’s hiking trail collecting stamps is the order of the day – they ‘hike’ to 15 stations to collect fun animal stamps.
At the finish – the Moosalm – there is a little reward for diligent collectors. The Papageno gondola is a convenient way to get up to the Rossbrand. Once they reach the top, hikers get to enjoy the breath-taking views to the Rettenstein and to the majestic Dachstein massif.
Once a week the manageress Andrea Schmeel takes you to the loveliest places and up to the summits. Of course a refreshment stop in one of the many alpine inns is all part of it. ‘Kasjausn’ in the Sulzkaralm, mushroom goulash in the Sulzenalm or some fluffy ‘Kaiserschmarren’ in the Schwaigalm, each alpine inn has its own special treat in store for you.
The extensive hiking network around Filzmoos spans more than 200 kilometres. From pleasure-filled walks to athletic mountain hikes, to challenging climbing tours, there are routes of all difficulty levels. In Filzmoos there is always work being carried out to set up new hiking trails and maintain existing paths. From pleasure hiker, to the ambitious mountain hiker, to the experienced Alpinist – everyone will find their very own mountain adventure here.
All paths and trails are of course well-organised and have standardised signposting and they are also categorised according to difficulty level.
- "Blue", is for pleasure hiking, easy paths which are ideal for families with children
- „Red“, are geared towards those with performance-oriented ambitions, sure-footedness required
- „Black“, high alpine routes, only for experts and to be tackled with a mountain guide.
Hiking map & a tour book contains all the hikes incl. route outline. Both are available to purchase at Reception. Our experienced holiday coaches are happy to help you plan your route.
Even in the winter there are 50 kilometres of cleared winter hiking paths available for nature lovers. Ski tours and snow-shoe hikes through the snow-covered natural surroundings in Salzburger Land lead to dreamy places, which will certainly deeply impress hikers. Read more in the link