The stages of the Salzburger Almenweg

A long-distance hiking trail

From one alpine pasture to the next.

Those who hike one or more stages along the Salzburg Almenweg can experience various things next to the way: About 120 rustic alpine huts, overnight stays in hay or enjoying the culinary highlights.

For the past 10 years, the 350-kilometer Salzburger Almenweg has been one of Austria’s most popular long-distance hiking trails. The 25 stages, which lead across the region Pongau in Salzburg show different scenery at different levels of difficulty.

Many of them are suitable for families with children as well as for beginners. Others, are most appropriate for mountain experts.

Parking disc – Salzburg Almenweg hiker

Leave the “parking disc – Salzburger Almenweg” at public and free parking lots (e.g.: mountain railway parking lots), for identification. You can also leave the parking meter in your car at all other parking lots along the Salzburger Almenweg valley towns for your own safety, because lonely cars are often a cause for concern and the clock can provide clarity in an emergency.

Here you can print out in advance the parking disc for your hiking vacation in Pongau. You can also get a printout of the parking disc at all tourism associations along the Salzburg Almenweg upon request. In addition, the parking disc is integrated in the Salzburg Almenweg hiking guide in duplicate to tear out.


The 25 stages at a glance

Stage 01: Werfen – Arthurhaus
Stage 02: Arthurhaus– Dienten
Stage 03: Dienten – Böndlsee
Stage 04: Böndlsee – Dorfgastein
Stage 05: Dorfgastein – Biberalm
Stage 06: Biberalm – Leidalm – Schlossalm Bergstation
Stage 07: Schlossalm Bergstation – Angertal
Stage 08: Angertal – Bockhartsee – Sportgastein (Nassfeld)
Stage 09: Sportgastein – Bad Gastein
Stage 10: Bad Gastein – Tofernscharte – Hüttschlag
Stage 11: Hüttschlag – Tappenkarseehütte
Stage 12: Tappenkarseehütte – Loosbühelalm
Stage 13: Loosbühelalm – Gernkogel/St. Johann
Stage 14: Gernkogel/St. Johann – Kleinarler Hütte
Stage 15: Kleinarler Hütte – Weissenhofalm
Stage 16: Weissenhofalm – Flachau
Stage 17: Flachau – Zauchensee
Stage 18: Zauchensee – Gnadenalm – Südwiener Hütte
Stage 19: Südwiener Hütte – Obertauern – Vögeialm
Stage 20: Vögeialm – Forstau – Radstadt
Stage 21: Radstadt – Filzmoos
Stage 22: Filzmoos – Neuberg
Stage 23: Neuberg – Gerzkopf – St. Martin
Stage 24: St. Martin – Dr. Heinrich-Hackel-Hütte
Stage 25: Dr. Heinrich-Hackel-Hütte – Werfen

The desired stage can be selected in the field below and all route details are displayed.


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