In the area around Saalfelden Leogang, there are a number of wonderful destinations that are ideal for families – broaden your horizons for guaranteed fun and excitement!
Ferleiten wildlife & adventure park
The natural experience on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. Visit the wildlife park and see over 250 fascinating wild animals set against the spectacular backdrop of the Hohe Tauern national park. The neighbouring adventure park features more than 40 play options for young and old alike.
The highest treetop hiking trail in Europe!
Together with the ‘Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps’, the Baumzipfelweg is a destination unlike any other in the world. Featuring a low rope park, themed stations and playing stations, it offers a relaxing natural experience. Each visitor receives a genuine pointed tree hat.
The valley head of Saalbach-Hinterglemm is home to the largest high-wire park in Europe, featuring a range of additional attractions such as a jump and slide park, MFF, canyoning and more. The high-wire park has a total length of over 8 km and the jump and slide park ensures freestyle fun for everyone. At 2.5 km long, the Mega Flying Fox crosses the Glemmtal valley a total of four times. Our canyoning obstacle course offers a mixture of jumps, slides and abseiling.
Featuring a length of 48 kilometres, 36 sharp bends and unique aesthetics, the Grossglockner High Alpine Road is the most beautiful panoramic road in the world. Located at the foot of the tallest mountain in Austria, it leads up to a height of 2,571 metres above sea level (at the Edelweiss peak). The route ends at the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe (2,369 m) high above the Pasterze, the longest glacier in the Eastern Alps. The road is lined with exciting exhibitions, themed educational trails, restaurants, play areas and information points in a sensitive Alpine region.
Indoor swimming pool: 74 m water slide – 3 m diving platform – 1 m diving board – 25 m swimming pool. For young swimmers, there is a 33 m² toddler pool with a pirate ship. The new sauna area is a real paradise, featuring an external Kelo blockhouse sauna, open-air sauna with dry Kneipp area, organic herb sauna, Finnish sauna, saline steam bath, infrared cabin, invigorating showers, relaxation room and cosy lounge bar.
Discover the 20,000 m² SPA water and sauna world, which features 11 different indoor and outdoor pools, 10 saunas and steam baths, a separate children’s area, extensive quiet zones and 3 restaurants and bars – relaxation guaranteed.
Alpin Vital SPA & Kosmetik offers body and beauty treatments using high-quality natural products from the region.
All children love the unique family and leisure park, which is directly adjacent to the Maisiflitzer Alpine roller coaster in the centre of Kaprun. This superlative play area meets the highest safety standards and boasts a water slide park, bouncy castle area, carousel, petting zoo, net bridge, nest swing, children’s playground, Maisi’s drawing wall, Kettcar track and much more besides.
The Hohe Tauern national park worlds in Mittersill feature one of the most cutting-edge national park centres in Europe. Visitors head through a total of ten fascinating nature areas, learning about the amazing diversity of the largest reserve in the Alps. The real highlight of all this is the 360° panoramic cinema, which is the only one of its kind in the world and also features a spectacular soundscape.
Embedded within two kilometres of one another in the Saalachtal valley in Salzburg are three extraordinary natural monuments. The Vorderkaserklamm gorge, Lamprechtshöhle cave and Seisenbergklamm gorge are better known by their collective name – the ‘Saalachtal’s forces of nature’.
At Salzburg’s largest museum, you can take a journey through six centuries and explore over 100 original buildings from the fields of agriculture, handcraft and trade. Discover the simple and diverse nature of rural life in times gone by and enjoy the spectacular natural landscape at the foot of the Untersberg, which is the subject of many old myths. Board the museum train for a pleasant journey that takes in much of the museum grounds. There is a cosy inn with a guests’ garden, an adventure playground and a natural Kneipp facility.
400th anniversary of Schloss Hellbrunn and water games
Schloss Hellbrunn, which features unique water games, is perfect for providing a special experience. The water sprays from every nozzle and fountain, but don’t worry – although you may get a little wet, you certainly won’t be soaked through. This delightful attraction draws in visitors from around the world.
Around 1,200 animals of 140 different types, both native and exotic, live in the grounds of the zoo. The facilities are generously sized, close to nature and cover an area of almost 14 hectares. Visitors to the zoo walk through the animal worlds of Eurasia, South America and Africa, gaining unique insights into the life of the various creatures. Open all year round!
The mine railway takes visitors into the kingdom of ‘white gold’, where the Celts mined salt more than 2,500 years ago. In the Middle Ages, the salt trade brought great riches to the city and state of Salzburg. Miner’s slides and raft trips along the underground salt lake make an unforgettable impression. The Celtic village of SALINA and the Celtic Museum in Hallein provide in-depth insight into the fascinating history of salt – and entry is free with the Salzwelten ticket!
With over 50 attractions spread across an area of 20,000 m² and featuring the highest family roller coaster in Austria, Familienland is the
most fascinating leisure park in the Tirolean mountains – for young and old alike. Visitors can enjoy a range of attractions such as a pirate ship, wild raft, a purpose-built Viking land, an aeroplane carousel and much more besides.
Aubad Fieberbrunn is the perfect place for those who love the water.
While the children enjoy the adventure pool, their parents can relax in the sauna village.
Lauchsee lake is located amidst an idyllic mountain landscape and attracts large numbers of keen bathers over the summer months.
The leisure park for children promises lots of fun and adventure
In the Pillerseetal valley in Tirol, summer is a time for searching, digging and marvelling. Since TRIASSIC PARK opened at the Waidringer Steinplatte plateau, families have decided it’s time to look beyond the Stone Age – and explore the Steinplatte! The adventure park in the Tirolean mountains ensures fun for all the family with a wide range of interesting information about a long-forgotten period.