When it comes to family adventures, no place compares to the Austrian Alps. It has a seemingly endless array of outdoor activities, striking Alpine scenery and a tradition of warm and friendly hospitality. The Grossarltal region is particularly suitable for travelers of all ages. Located just over 40 miles south of Salzburg between the Salzach River and the towering peaks of the Hohe Tauern National Park, Grossertal offers a wealth of family-friendly activities, from hiking in the sunshine in summer to skiing in snowy winters. doing. Winter — recreation and lodging.
For kids with boundless energy, a great way to explore these spectacular mountain landscapes is on foot. Austria is one of the world’s top hiking destinations, with a myriad of trails, from thrilling mountain trails to stroller-friendly family walks, and pretty much everything in between. Grossartal is no exception. The area has nearly 250 miles of marked hiking trails and more than 40 mountain huts where you can refuel after a morning of exploring. A young adventurer will be able to earn three different hiking badges on his walks in the area and collect stamps at various points along the trail. There are also guided walks and fairytale-focused routes for even more entertainment.
Or get your adrenaline pumping on Grossertal’s nearly 100 miles of marked mountain bike trails, or the 10,000-square-meter bike park offering routes of varying difficulty. Mountain bikes (including junior sizes) are easily rented in town and at many hotels.