The Salzburger Almenweg, a multi-stage hiking trail through the Pongau district of Salzburg, also runs right by the Weissalm.
This centuries-old hut has been painstakingly restored. On an original open-fire stove, traditional sour cheese – for which Grossarltal is so famous – is still made as it has been for generations. Likewise, sausage, bacon, bread, various forms of schnapps and other delicacies are produced right here at the hut or on the farm.
The view from the Weissalm is truly marvelous. The hut has been decorated with numerous old tools, a fascinating reminder of the hard work that characterized life in the mountains in former days.
The Weissalm also provides overnight accommodations for up to 25 people. A great opportunity to enjoy sunset in Grossarltal.