The highlight of the hiking season
Autumn is one of the most beautiful seasons for hiking. It offers brightly colored leaves, warm light and pleasant temperatures. Perfect for easy trails with stick-sharing but also for high alpine climbing tours.
1 weekend – 4 world championships
From October 7-11, the EPIC Bikepark Leogang will be the venue for even four World Championships! For the second time since 2012, the UCI Mountain Bike Downhill World Championships presented by Mercedes-Benz will take place in Saalfelden Leogang! The Red Bull UCI Pump Track World Championships powered by Velosolutions will be another highlight of this weekend. Additionally, the world‘s best riders in the disciplines Cross Country and E-Mountain Bike will battle for the world championship titles!
Flying Fox XXL – the superlative steel rope slide
At a length of 1,600 metres, a height of 143 metres and a speed of 130 km/h, the Flying Fox XXL is one of the longest and fastest steel rope slides in the world! The flight from the Alpine pasture into the valley requires a little bravery, but perhaps you’d like to take it on together? You’ll be glad you did!
Mountain bike tour to the Griessner Almen Alpine pastures
If you are looking for an unforgettable experience of nature and the mountains among the Salzburg Alpine pastures, then this medium-difficulty cycling tour to the Griessner Almen is just the ticket. Featuring impressive views of the Wilder Kaiser region, the Loferer and Leoganger Steinberge mountains and the Kitzbühler Horn, the route also takes in authentic mountain huts. Here, you can boost your energy for the journey ahead with fresh milk and a hearty snack.
Panoramic views on the Saalachtaler Höhenweg trail
Starting from the mountain station of the Asitz Bergbahn cable car, there are two variants of the Saalachtaler Höhenweg trail that lead up to stunning panoramic viewpoints at a height of almost 2,000 metres without any significant ascents. When heading back down, you can take either the Saalfelden summer toboggan run or walk back into the valley via the Spielbergalmen Alpine pastures.