The freedom of the mountains... Savour Obertauern's fabulous mountain world on the many hiking trails in the Radstädter Tauern, leading you to imposing peaks, glittering mountain lakes or cosy alpine huts. One thing's for sure: typical Salzburg hut delicacies taste twice as good with a view of the many mountain peaks. Here in Obertauern we also have a colourful activity programme for families: young and old can travel up on the cable car e.g. to the mountain station of the Grünwaldkopfbahn lift and walk along to the Gründwaldsee Lake, where Bobby’s Adventure World with a variety of adventures awaits. Explore the magical landscape by mountain bike, nordic walking, with your fishing rod or on other action-packed leisure activities in Obertauern in Salzburger Land.
Simply high up
Hiking & mountain climbing in the
Radstädter Tauern, Obertauern
- More than 280 km long network of hiking trails
- A number of alpine huts open for refreshment
- Head upwards comfortably: summer lifts in operation: the Grünwaldkopf 10-seater cable car & the Hochalm 6-seater chairlift – ideal starting point for hikes around the Grünwaldsee Lake, to the Hochalm, to the Krumschnabelsee Lake or onward to the Seekarspitze
- Trails suitable for pushchairs, free transport of pushchairs on the lifts
- 133 km long Trail Running routes
- Bobby’s Adventure World at the Grünwaldsee Lake with children's play stations & ascent on the lift
- Alles Alm Family Trail on the Gnadenalm (approx. 7 km away) with circular path suitable for pushchairs, 10 fun playstations, alpine quiz, trail up to the impressive Johannes Waterfall
- Obertauern lies on the Tauernhöhenweg plus the Salzburger Almenweg
- Hiking map & hiking suggestions
Wanderbus: "High up" bus ticket
New in Obertauern, Untertauern and Tweng! With the "high up" bus ticket you can travel comfortably on the Wanderbus between Mauterndorf and Filzmoos. Adults pay just € 1,– per journey, children (6 – 15 years) just € 0,50 per journey. Thus you can reach the starting points of your tours easily and cheaply or hike in one direction and take the Wanderbus back again.