The wonderful mountain air. The lush green alpine pastures. And the Bischofsmütze always in sight. The idyllic storybook town of Filzmoos is located in north-eastern Pongau in SalzburgerLand, at around 1,000 meters above sea level. Here 365 days a year, tourists can find active relaxation in the surrounding nature. The cultural and culinary offers impressively complete any holiday in Filzmoos.
Summer in Filzmoos
Untouched nature, breath-taking mountain scenery full of discovery possibilities, the hospitality of the locals and living traditions – holidays in Filzmoos are so idyllic! In addition to the numerous possibilities for active recuperation, regional cuisine also attracts with its highly decorated hosts. A real pleasure not to be missed: star chef Johanna Maier cooks unforgettable pleasures in her Hotel Hubertus!
TIP: A hike into oneself? 16 places of energy in Filzmoos move, liberate and heal any visitor.
Autumn is hiking time!
Enjoy the fresh air, the velvet light and the rich colours of nature. A network of hiking trails of about 200km at all difficulty levels are waiting for you. Daily guided hikes, also on specific topics, are on the programme of the Filzmoos Aktiv Outdoor Centre.
The annual alpine meadow homecoming and the farmers Harvest Festival is popular with both locals and guests alike: Harvest Festival in Filzmoos.
TIP: E-biking in Filzmoos: rent, sit on, go biking and have the majestic “King Dachstein & Queen Bischofsmütze” mountains always in sight. The Filzmoos mountain village surroundings are ideal for E-biking.
Winter in Filzmoos
The proximity to the Salzburger Sportwelt/Ski Amadé pleases skiers and snowboarders alike. Approximately 760km of ski slopes and 270 ski lifts make this ski area one of the largest in Austria. For those seeking a rather quiet and unspoiled nature, you can find peace and relaxation in cross-country skiing, ski tours, snowshoeing, winter hiking or a sleigh ride.
TIP: The village church in Filzmoos, with its Filzmoos Child, has been known as a pilgrimage town for centuries.