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Snowshoeing adventures

through the winter countryside

Initially, it might be a tad challenging as you trudge through the untouched snow with snowshoes strapped to your feet and telescopic poles in hand. Yet, few activities bring you into such intimate contact with the pristine winter wilderness.

Snowshoeing through Grossarltal

Picture this: trees heavy with snow, wind-sculpted rocks forming bizarre silhouettes, and perhaps the glimpse of a stag, a chamois, or a herd of deer in the distance. Then, as you ascend above the treeline, you're rewarded with an expansive panorama that unveils the countless peaks of the Hohe und Niedere Tauern ranges.

The Loosbühelalm is also open in winter.

All the snowshoeing equipment you might need is available for rental at local sports shops here in Grossarltal.

Grossarltal in winter away from the pistes
Grossarltal, in the Salzburger Pongau region, offers a wealth of sporting and recreational activities beyond the ski slopes. Aside from ski touring, you can also enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, winter walking, ice stock, and much more.

Overview of the

Snowshoe hikes in Grossarltal

Hüttschlag: Hirschgrubenalm


Hüttschlag: Hirschgrubenalm

6,38 km

02:15 h

355 hm

361 hm

1564 m



Grossarl: Filzmoosalm-Loosbühel

7,42 km

05:00 h

709 hm

695 hm

2046 m



Panorama snowshoe hike

6,62 km

03:55 h

600 hm

596 hm

2024 m



Grossarl: Loosbühelalm

2,45 km

01:45 h

431 hm

1769 m



Grossarl: Karseggalm

5,93 km

02:30 h

385 hm

1603 m

Rules for snowshoers

Similar to ski touring, snowshoeing comes with its own set of guidelines. Selecting the right route, choosing the appropriate time of day, understanding the weather patterns and snow conditions, and knowing how to behave in open terrain are all essential skills every snowshoer should possess.

Always keep abreast of current avalanche conditions and follow the advice of the Salzburg Avalanche Warning Service.

Guided snowshoeing excursions

Prefer to trudge through Grossarltal's snowy landscapes with a trained guide? Here we have two contacts with whom you can make arrangements for your personal guided snowshoe adventure:

  • Snowshoeing with BERG-GESUND
  • Snowshoe excursions with Andrea Seer
Ski Amadé
Salzburger Land
Nationalpark Hohe Tauern