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You don’t have to spend long in Grossarl to figure out why this area is also called the Tal der Almen, or Valley of Alpine Pastures. The high concentration of different Alpine pastures turns active hikers into passionate Alm aficionados. The Grossarltal valley provides numerous reasons to get outdoors and into nature. Here in the “Valley of Alpine Pastures” a diverse natural landscape is waiting to be discovered, as well as a smorgasbord of culinary delights. Experience the beauty of the Alpine meadows and explore the trails around Grossarl.
While most Alpine pastures are only open to offer walkers welcome refreshment nowadays, many in Grossarl are still used for their traditional purpose. Walking in the fresh mountain air and taking in the picturesque landscapes here involves plenty of pleasing detours to one of the many Alpine huts. Walking makes you thirsty – and hungry. Countless hiking routes here in Grossarl give you the chance to get to know the enchanting Almen and mountain hospitality.
TAL DER ALMEN
Visitors to the Valley of Alpine Pastures don’t just have the opportunity to discover delicious local delicacies. There are a number of ways to make your stay here truly special. Many of the Alpine huts also offer bed and breakfast accommodation, are ideally situated for cable car walking tours, or can even be reached by car.
If you visit Grossarl in early summer, between mid-June and mid-July, besides taking in the Alpine huts you’ll have the chance to experience the best of the flora and fauna here, as rhododendrons line romantic walking routes. Experience the Grossarltal valley in a whole new way and sign up for an Alpine flowers guided walk, for a proper introduction to the beauty of the Alpine landscape.
THE GROSSWILDALM IN GROSSARL
A hike along the traditional Salzburger Almenweg will take you up to the Grosswildalm pasture, 1,778 metres above sea level. This is a popular stop for mountain bikers thanks to the fantastic trails, as well as traditional walkers. Our Alpine dairy farmers serve up snacks and local specialities at the Grosswildalm, so you can tackle the next stage – or the walk back – refreshed. The Grossarl Hut itself has existed for over 200 years and has been lovingly renovated, so that it meets the latest standards for the farmed Alpine pastures in Grossarl, but has lost none of its traditional rustic charm.
Hiking in Großarl
The Hohe Tauern area enchants visitors with its unique range of flora and fauna. It’s not unusual to see wild goats and Alpine chamois not far from the path, picking their way up the steep cliffsides.
After your day hiking or skiing, enjoy our wellness facilities with sauna, infrared cabin and quiet zone. Pure relaxation at the Rattersberghof family hotel.
Your family hotel in Großarl
The whole family will find what they’re looking for on your holiday at the Rattersberghof family hotel. While the kids have fun at the playground or in the games room, parents can relax and decompress in the wellness area.
Restaurant & terrace
Whether it’s a selection from our sumptuous breakfast buffet, an afternoon cup of coffee with a slice of cake, or a delicious evening meal, you can marvel at the wonderful views of the Grossarltal valley from our restaurant terrace while you treat yourself to the region’s specialities.
The Laireiter family: your hosts in Großarl
Hospitality is a passion for the Laireiter family from Grossarltal, and they provide their guests with extra special service from arrival to departure. If you have any questions about walks and hiking routes, or ski slopes, the Laireiters will be more than happy to help.
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