Großarltal Tourist Office, in Salzburg, Austria
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Nature and Culture

In Grossarltal there is a lot to discover: At the Valley Museum there is the interactive exhibition “Alpine Pastures - between heaven and earth". This is an exhibition for the whole family. Visit also the Kösslerhäusl, the Scout Monuments or the Alte Wacht.

Numerous chapels and 2 churches as well as the Bible path show the religiousness in Grossarltal.

A special experience is the Liechtensteinklamm at the beginning of the valley.

Different sightseeing tips and excursions are worth seeing around Grossarltal. Within the Salzburger Land Card lots of attractions and activities are included.

You experience nature in Grossarltal at the Hohe Tauern National Park or at the Harvest Festival. Furthermore, get to know lots of different Alpine flowers.

For musiclovers, the music days are a great get-together.

Valley museum at a mountain hut

Valley Museum

"Alpine Pastures - between heaven and earth" is the new interactive exhibition at the valley museum in Hüttschlag.
Liechtensteinklamm, one of the longest gorges in the Alps

Liechtensteinklamm

Liechtensteinklamm lies at the entrance to Grossarltal and is one of the longest gorges in the Alps.

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