In addition to the high ropes park in Saalbach, here you can " ride Bockerl", get an adrenaline kick with canyoning or finally learn what you always wanted to know: What is hidden behind such exciting as well as promising terms like "Skyven" or "Tubing"? Curious?
The adventure worlds in Saalbach Hinterglemm also have a lot to offer.
The high ropes park
Many exciting challenges await you at the high ropes bar in the Hinterglemm end of the valley, while you follow the climbing course well secured at lofty heights. There are different heights and difficulty levels, which all require a portion of courage and skill. In addition, there are magnificent views of the Glemm Valley. The Saalbach High Ropes Park is the largest in Austria and delights with three gigantic rope slides at a height of 100 meters.
Climbing a mountain is fun, the summit or the alpine hut as a goal in front of your eyes, you go up the mountain full of energy and motivation. After the difficult climb and the refreshment in the hut, however, the almost even more strenuous way back is always waiting. Our solution: the Bockerl.
Weighing only up to 3 kilograms, you can jet down gravel roads, meadow slopes or asphalt with these sports devices on your own Bockerl tours. After a short training with driving and braking technique information, you can enjoy the descent with the Bockerl. Thanks to the hydraulic disc brakes, everyone can choose their favorite speed.
Water fans and daredevils beware! Only a few kilometers away from the high ropes park and the parking at the valley end, a challenging mix of slides, rope crossings, abseiling passages and jumps in various degrees of difficulty awaits you in the canyoning parcour. Canyoning can be adapted to the groups in easier or more difficult variants between May and October.
The somewhat different adrenaline kick awaits you at Skyvern, where you can experience the adventurous downhill routes with a unique freeride scooter, completely different. The Skyver is without gears, chain or drive. Curious? We will be happy to inform you in more detail about this challenging activity during your stay.
Tubing, the water fun for the whole family from April to October. Special tires are used as a "boat" and a paddle can be used to indicate the direction. Tubing is especially fun when the water level is low. Tubing tours are offered from the age of 12 with an accompanying person on the easy tour and from the age of 14 on the medium tour. The equipment such as wetsuit, helmet and tubing equipment is provided by the organizer, only swimming skills, swimwear, towel and sports shoes that may get wet are to be brought along.
Trail running routes have at least 5% ascent and run over hill and dale wherever possible. In and around Saalbach Hinterglemm you will find speed trails, marathon trails and endurance trails. The highlight is probably the most casual trail of the Kitzbüheler Alps: The JOKER Trail Run! Up in a run and down with the mountain railroad. The name JOKER Trail Run says it all, because the JOKER CARD should always be with you here. Details can be found in the interactive trail running map on www.saalbach.com.
Slackline requires an interplay of balance, concentration and coordination. The slackline course at the middle station of the Zwölferkogelbahn in Hinterglemm offers training opportunities for beginners and advanced skiers in all levels of difficulty. Children can also really let off steam here and playfully strengthen their balance and fitness.
The summer in the vacation region Saalbach Hinterglemm is full of variety. Learn about the almost limitless challenging and original possibilities that are available to you in the Glemmtal.