Long-distance hiking on the trail
of the “blue gentian”

Hiking from Alpine pasture to Alpine pasture

The Salzburger Almenweg is one of the most beautiful long-distance hiking trails in the Alps and is 350 kilometers long. There are 120 alpine huts along the 25-stage route, waiting to spoil you with culinary delights. The various levels of difficulty of the stages enable everyone to have the perfect hiking experience – some stages, such as the two stages here in Werfenweng, are ideal for families and some stages are reserved for experienced summiteers.

From Werfen across the Salzburg Pongau

The Salzburger Almenweg starts in Werfen and continues via Mühlbach to Gastein. From there it continues to St. Johann, Flachau and Obertauern, from where it continues to St. Martin. The penultimate stage starts from St. Martin to Werfenweng and from there the final stage goes back to Werfen.

You can find all detailed stages here.

You can also book your route on the Salzburger Almenweg online with support. You can find all information about this here on the official Salzburger Almenweg page.