Kleine Almhütte mit Blick ins Tal | Das Neuhaus

Kleine Almhütte mit Blick ins Tal | Das Neuhaus

Authentic Alpine fun

Alpine summer in Salzburger Land

Relaxation in nature

There are a total of 162 certified Alpine summer lodges in Salzburger Land which have the "Alpine summer certificate". You get to experience a proper Alpine adventure here. 

Alpine summer lodges have to meet specific criteria to ensure their guests enjoy authentic Alpine pleasure:

  • Authenticity and originality
  • Alpine summer lodges must feature traditional mountain agricultural methods  with grazing cattle
  • The alpine lodges are to be accessible via hiking trails or via cable car and taxi transfer, to enable access to people with limited transport options.
  • The produce offered and served is to be home-produced or made in the region
  • Alpine summer lodges are to provide quality drinking water and ensure that hygiene criteria is met

More details about Salzburg’s Alpine summer can be found on the Salzburger Land destination page:

Salzburg Alpine summer

Fantastic hotel in a super location in the pedestrianised area in Saalbach. The rooms are contemporary and the family apartments are exceptionally spacious. The wellness area with its big indoor pool was lovely too.
– Gernot (31-35) | 6.0 von 6 Sonnen on Holidaycheck.at

’Alpine summer’ Alpine lodges in Pinzgau’s Saalachtal

Certified ’Alpine summer’ Lodges  in the Saalbach–Hinterglemm region are as follows:

  • Panorama-Alm
  • Reiteralm
  • Pfefferalm
  • Hacklbergalm
  • Huberalm
  • Stefflalm
  • Saalalm

After all, every hike needs a destination. The hiking trails to the "Alpine summer" lodges are well signposted and distributed into various difficulty levels. Find a route to suite your needs. Whether you are a professional athlete, head out on leisurely walks with the family or like a hike which is pleasantly tiring, in the Hotel Neuhaus we are happy to advise you so you can find a hiking tour to suit you and enjoy a fantastic Alpine summer.

Summer packages

The most popular Alpine summer lodges at a glance


Steinalm is situated at 1268 metres on the slopes of Steinernes Meer above Saalfelden. It takes about an hour from the Saalfelden town of Bürgerau, where there is plenty of car parking available. The route passes Kühloch, a historically interesting cave above Saalfelden at Steinernes Meer. The route is suitable for anyone which is what makes the Steinalm a very suitable and popular destination for families. On the other hand, Steinalm is also a starting point for mountain tours, for instance to the Persailhorn and to the Peter Wiechenthaler lodge, from where a detour to the settlement at Palfen can be made on the descent. The  Fuchssteig trail which takes you there does however require a bit of surefootedness.

To the Steinalm


Are you looking for relaxation and tradition? Then you will adore the Ögenbauernalm! Between Saalfelden and Maishofen bear right  from the main road in Pinzgau (opposite Hotel Club la Costa) and take the trail to Sausteige. After around 90 minutes of hiking a traditional Alpine lodge awaits, and a superb view to the entire valley basin. Tip: getting to the lodge with a pram is not a problem and even  when the weather is pool, a stop in Ögenbauernalm is recommended.

Expert hikers can take the trail at the half-way point (signposted). In terms of food, Örgenbauernalm is a real highlight and serves home-made food like bread, bacon, cured beef, sausages, cheese dumplings, cake etc.

To Ögenbauernalm


The Sinnlehenalm at approx. 950 metres altitude is easy to walk to from Leogang or Hirnreit. Even for smaller children, the "ascent" to the lodge is generally not a problem, since the hiking trail proceeds through slightly ascending  pastures and partly shaded woodland paths. There is also a mountain bike route to the lodge.

The idyllic Sinnlehenalm is a lovely excursion destination for all ages. You get to enjoy a superb view across Leogangertal, the Leogang Stone Mountains and the Birnhorn as you relax. To replenish your energy stores there is an Alpine picnic featuring the lodge’s own produce with home-baked bread, home-made butter, bacon and cheese from their own dairy (all the cows’ milk is turned into cheese and butter in the Sinnlehenalm). A children’s play area awaits little visitors, with swing, slide and sand pit and the rabbits enjoy being petted.

To the Sinnlehenalm