Holiday in Saalfelden-Leogang-SaalbachSaalfelden-Leogang-Saalbach ranks among the most versatile holiday destinations in the Alps, encompassing limestone mountains and gently rolling grass hills, urban and rural aspects, innovation and tradition and offering innumerable options for travelers to relax and enjoy. A holiday in the small town of Saalfelden, for instance, is both fascinating and inspiring, while the former mining resort of Leogang has set new standards in the tourism trade thanks to innovative hotel projects. Some 480 kilometers of hiking trails and more than 1,000 kilometers of routes for cycling and mountain biking wind their ways through the valley. Salzburg’s largest lift-linked ski area, Skicircus Leogang-Saalbach-Hinterglemm, is a major attraction for skiing enthusiasts throughout the winter season.
Saalfelden-Leogang-Saalbach: Winter in the AlpsSkicircus Leogang-Saalbach-Hinterglemm stands for 56 cutting-edge uphill facilities and more than 200 kilometers of wide and immaculately prepared slopes for skiers of all ages and ambitions, including gently rolling hills, wide carving slopes, black-labeled ski runs such as the Zwölferkogel World Cup track, terrain parks for snowboarders, untouched powder slopes and challenging moguls. The Leogang-Saalbach-Hinterglemm resort offers winter activities for virtually everyone. Illuminated sledge tracks make for an unparalleled winter experience off the slopes, by day and night.
In addition, Saalfelden-Leogang-Saalbach is a center of Nordic sports. 150 kilometers of tracks meet the needs of cross-country skiers. The Ritzensee area features some of the most challenging tracks, which are frequently used for training purposes by Austrian top athletes. Several tracks – also suitable for beginners – connect the Saalfelden-Leogang-Saalbach area with the neighboring communities of Maria Alm and Maishofen and the renowned Biathlon World Cup venue of Hochfilzen. Saalfelden is the region’s commercial center and well worth a visit.