Wald im Pinzgau and the region are a paradise for hikers and cyclists. Everyone will find the right hiking path, suitable climbing tour or ideal trail to suit their needs. You can head straight into various hiking and bike paths right from your accommodation.
Holiday-makers who are keen on hiking can choose between hiking paths in a variety of difficulty levels. Hikers who have a little less fitness and experience will find easy hiking paths in the valley or can take the various cable cars up a mountain and set out from there on an altitude hike and enjoy the dreamy views. Themes and panoramic hiking paths or the 'Slide Path' in the Wildkogel Arena are suitable for leisurely hikes. Experienced hikers can scale one of more than 100 three-thousand metre mountains in the National Park or enjoy a high mountain hike with via ferrata routes. Meanwhile climbers will of course come across countless climbing walls of all difficulty levels in this region, via which they can tackle the summits. Hikers and climbers will always find a suitable tour in the Zillertal Arena, the Wildkogel Arena and the National Park.
In Wald and the surrounding region, road bike riders, mountain bikers and E-bikers can enjoy countless bike paths, mountain bike trails and lines. This means you can head out on easy, straightforward bike tours in the valley. The famous Tauern Cycle Trail is particularly worthy of mention. On this route you get to cycle along the Salzach heading for Mittersill and Zell am See. You can tackle the return section by bike or use the Pinzgaubahn, a narrow-gauge railway with steam locomotive – an experience for all ages.
Should you prefer to cycle on Alpine pastures and mountains, you can use your mountain bike or your E-bike on the countless forest trails and cycle trails. Then you can really indulge in the managed Alpine lodges with some cool drinks and regional treats.
Come to Haus Lechner in Wald im Pinzgau, the perfect starting point for your cycling and hiking tours.