Pure nature away from the hustle and bustle and stress – that says almost everything about St. Koloman. The wonderful Seewaldsee is surrounded by mountains, meadows, Alpine pastures and forests, and is thus a true natural paradise. The Moorsee, located at over 1,000m above sea level, is a nature reserve with unique fauna and flora. A circular route leads around the lake, whereby the route on the right hand side is easily done with a kid’s pushchair. The path on the left hand side is lined with stones and roots and somewhat more primeval.
The Auerhütte invites you in for a quick stop. Along with the corresponding Archealm, it is something very special. Ark Farmer Thomas is committed to completely preserving old livestock breeds. So, here you will find Mangalica Pigs, Pustertaler Sprinzen cattle or Blobe Goats.
Incomparable views await hikers from the Trattberg Mountain. A 9km long panoramic road leads up to the hiking area. The peak at 1,758m gives a panoramic view of the surrounding mountains. There are trails suitable for pushchairs and refreshment facilities which make Trattberg an ideal hiking area for the whole family.
Insider’s Tip: 22,000 years ago, the Salzach River Valley was covered by a mighty glacier. The glacier cut into St. Koloman is still visible today. The 700m thick layers of ice moved over the rocky land and ground St. Koloman down. The smooth, shiny rock wall is a unique natural monument in SalzburgerLand.