Your dreamlike winter hikes around Wagrain
Quiet moments in an idyllic snow landscape of the Salzburger Land
Glittering snowfields, sunny plateaus, snow-covered mountains and freezing air. Warmly packed and step by step explore the region. The pleasant silence is only interrupted by the crunch of the snow under the feet.
Relaxing winter hiking in the magical Salzburger Land
Here in the winter world of Wagrains, you can expect varied ski slopes fantastic winter hiking trails and fun toboggan runs. Escape the hustle and bustle on the ski slopes and experience the soothing tranquillity in a unique landscape while hiking winter in Salzburger Land. More than 20 kilometres of cleared winter hiking trails are available for your leisurely or sporty excursions into nature.
Tips for your winter hikes near the Hotel Alpina in Wagrain
Embark on the varied tour Wagrain-Kleinarl-Jägersee. For this, you start in the centre of Wagrain and hike along the Kleinarler-Ache as far as Kleinarl. The leisurely and easy path leads past the impressive rock formations of the Ennskraxn. The destination is the idyllic Jägersee, which is also a real natural spectacle in Kleinarl in winter.
Your highlights for winter and snowshoe hiking in Wagrain-Kleinarl
- Saukarkopf – Grießenkareck Lap
16 km 5 h, 1150 meters altitude, medium difficulty
- Saukarfunktel Wagrain's
10 km, 3.5 h, 1100 metres altitude, easy
- Grießenkareck Exceeded
15 km, 4.5 h, 1050 meters altitude, easy
- Grossarl Kitzstein (fork)
7 km, 4 h, 819 meters altitude, medium difficulty
- Grießenkarck, Flachau
14 km, 4.5 h, 1290 meters altitude, medium difficulty
Winter idyll also during cross-country skiing in Wagrain
If you want to explore the idyllic snow landscapes in Wagrain with a little more momentum, you can go to one of the two cross-country ski trails in the region. Just a few meters in front of your Hotel Alpina, you strap on your cross-country skis and skilfully glide on the groomed track from Wagrain towards Flachau. A wonderful feeling of freedom during your holiday in Wagrain!