Over 400 km of mountain biking trails, various hot single trails, the new X-Line on the Schattberg and the established adidas freeriding facility on the Reiterkogel make Saalbach-Hinterglemm and Leogang Europe’s most enjoyable biking destination, guaranteeing visitors a unique active holiday in Salzburg. Whether you opt for a short, easy route, tough marathon track, tricky single trail or breath-taking downhill stretch, there are routes to suit beginners, advanced bikers and professionals alike here. The X-Line - Europe’s longest downhill trail - provides both downhill bikers and freeriders with an adrenaline rush! This gives your summer holiday in Salzburger Land a very special touch!
Double the water fun - sparkling adventure for all water babies! The “Capt’n Hook” outdoor pool offers unique bathing facilities with a white water channel, climbing net, massage couches, swing bay, rain zone (a tube slide with light and sound effects), tyre slide and wide wavy slide. There is also a beach volley court and open-air cinema for children.
As the temperatures soar in summer, so too the desire for water and relaxation increases. Adventure pools, giant slides and sprinkler showers are the perfect choice. The region’s beaches offer a symbiosis of relaxation and entertainment from June to September - set within a beautiful natural setting before the picturesque Alpine panorama.
If you want to view the mountains in comfort from the water, a panoramic boat trip or crossing on the Zeller See lake is just the thing. Or if you fancy having the boat to yourself, you can charter one of our four ships for a celebration on the water.
Lake Zell is the ideal water surface for learning and perfecting your maritime skills. It is no coincidence that some of the sailing greats, such as Olympic winner Hans-Peter Steinacher, come from the “birthplace of top-class sport”, Zell am See-Kaprun. At the sailing schools on-site, you can complete the internationally recognised sailing certificate. This ensures that there is nothing stopping you from making your own journey across the “big pond” by boat.
Your journey up to the high mountain reservoirs begins at the Kesselfall-Alpenhaus. A bus will transport you through the Lärchwand Tunnel to the valley station for the Lärchwand inclined elevator at 1,209 m above sea level.
The journey on Europe’s largest open inclined elevator is the first highlight of your journey through the mountains of Kaprun. You will glide virtually noise-free past the mixed beech forests and craggy mountain sides to the mountain station at 1,640 m above sea level.
At the mountain station for the Lärchwand inclined elevator, close to the Limberg lock, buses await to take you past the Wasserfallboden reservoir and Fürthermoar-Alm and up to the Mooserboden reservoir at 2,040 m above sea level.
During one of the ongoing tours of the dam walls, you can find out more about how the water is used to produce this “white gold” - electricity. The “Electricity & Ice Adventure World” is located between the Mooserboden and Drossen dam walls. Here you can find out about the world of glaciers and the history of the power station.