Cultural fever at our alpine pastures

Our annual series of events, ALM:KULTUR ALM:KULTUR , starts in July. Cultural highlights enchant this year's alpine summer. Under the motto "Tradition meets modernity", six alpine pastures will become cultural hotspots between tradition and future music. Art and cultural projects await you every Friday from 1 pm, starting on 14 July on the Steinalm.

Hike and enjoy

In the morning, we start with a short but nice hike to the respective alpine pasture. Once you have arrived at the top, you will be served the finest culinary delights from the region by our mountain hut hosts. Whether it's a small snack or a sweet dessert, no wish is left unfulfilled. So it's definitely worth bringing your appetite. But beware! - We strongly recommend booking a table. You can do this directly at the Alm - just call.


A brief overview of the programme highlights:

14 July: Concert "PARIS LODRON MUSIC ENSEMBLE" at the Steinalm

21 July: Concert "SAIN MUS" at the Biberg

28 July: Concert "Tyrol Music Project" at the Örgenbauernalm

4 August: Concert "LONG BEARD BROTHERS" at the Peter-Wiechenthaler Hütte

11 August: "Basket weaving course" + concert "Sunnschein-Musi" at the Steinalm

25 August: Concert "D'ZRUPFTN" at the Sinnlehenalm

1 September: "Pencil drawing course" on the Seealm

8 September: "Literature & Art" at the Sinnlehenalm

More information on the individual programme items can be found here:

ALM:KULTUR in Saalfelden Leogang

Green event and harmonious togetherness

For the first time, ALM:KULTUR has also been officially designated a "Green Event Salzburg" by SalzburgerLand. This means that we organise the event as sustainably and environmentally friendly as possible. This includes, for example, that the food and drinks are produced in the region and that waste is avoided as much as possible. For the sake of our nature.

Respectful treatment of nature and the animals also plays an important role for a carefree stay on the alpine pastures. Here you will find the ten basic rules for the correct handling of grazing animals.

Photos: Michael Geißler