Mountain of Senses Leoganger Bergbahnen
The Asitz mountain “Berg der Sinne” (Mountain of Senses) in Leogang is all about experiences - large, little, loud, quiet, fast, and slow - stimulating and activating all of your senses.
Feel the wind in your face as you ski, hear the crunching snow on a winter walk, enjoy the smell of freshly-made Kaiserschmarrn, and fabulous mountain views; all experiences that await you on the MOUNTAIN OF SENSES.
The Asitz mountain “Berg der Sinne” (Mountain of Senses) in Leogang is all about experiences - large, little, loud, quiet, fast, and slow - stimulating and activating all of your senses. Genuine “aha” experiences are provided by nature itself, and are sure to leave long-lasting impressions on all visitors, whatever their age.
Fancy some action? Absolutely no problem, but this is also a place you can also discover quite the opposite: beautiful peace and tranquility. Enjoy listening to the sound of water as you take in the views of the impressive mountains around you and ponder awhile. It is the variety that makes this place so special. The Mountain of Senses is a place of adrenaline and rest, loud and quiet, exercise and relaxation, all in close proximity to each other.
Test out your biking skills, soar across the valley on the Flying Fox XXL, immerse yourself in the scenery in the Cinema of Nature, enjoy the first slice of home-made bread, walk barefoot over earth, sand, and stone, and experience music in a totally new way on the TONspur Islands. The variety you can find here is remarkable. It’s quite possible that you forget job stress completely as you gaze over the still water and your children try to balance over stepping stones or zoom down the musical Sound Toboggan Run. This is sure to leave you with lasting impressions, with all wishes fulfilled thanks to experiences for all the family. Enjoy sharing experiences as everyone enjoys their own, yet shares them together.
The Asitz “Mountain of Senses” in Leogang is home to 10 stations which can be accessed either on foot or by taking the Asitz- or Steinberg lift. There is a weekly programme offering activities such as bread baking, painting, and an herbal workshop. Holders of the Saalfelden Leogang Card get one up and down trip with the Asitz- or Steinberg lift free.