Summer holiday in Flachau, Wagrain and St. Johann

Summer in the mountains in the Snow Space Salzburg

The Snow Space Salzburg lies in the heart of the Salzburg region and offers countless highlights for young and old on a summer holiday. The mountain railways operate from the start of June to the end of October. 

open lifts
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  • open
  • aerial tramway
  • gondula
  • chairlift
  • draglift
status
lift name
type
person
valley
mountain
8-EUB Achterjet
8
898m
1640m
6-SBK Starjet 1
6
924m
1377m
6-SBK Starjet 2
6
1354m
1737m
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  • open
  • aerial tramway
  • gondula
  • chairlift
  • draglift
status
lift name
type
person
valley
mountain
G-LINK Wagrain
130
1233m
1240m
Seilbahn Flying Mozart I
10
917m
1251m
Seilbahn Flying Mozart II
10
1250m
1814m
EUB Grafenberg
6
862m
1713m
  • closed
  • open
  • aerial tramway
  • gondula
  • chairlift
  • draglift
status
lift name
type
person
valley
mountain
Alpendorf Gondola
6
740m
1574m

Behaviour on the mountain

  • Check the mountain experience and physical fitness of everybody, including children, before each trip. When walking in the mountains it is important to be sure footed and not suffer from dizziness.
  • Prepare carefully with tour descriptions and maps. Information from alpine organisations and local knowledge (e.g. chalet employees) can be very helpful.
  • Ensure that you have the right equipment and clothing. Strong shoes with good soles and protection against rain and cold are very important. 
  • Before setting off on a walk, make sure that you let your hotel or friends know where you are going and approximately what time you are likely to be back.  
  • Adjust your pace to the weakest members of the group. A slow pace is particularly important at the start of a walk. Keep an eye on other members of the group to recognise signs of fatigue in good time.
  • Do not leave marked paths. Take extra care on steep grassy slopes, particularly when they are wet (risk of slipping). Crossing steep snow fields and glaciers can be particularly dangerous.  
     
  • Do not dislodge stones (danger of injury to other walkers). Areas at risk of possible rockfall should be crossed one at a time, as quickly as possible and without stopping.
  • If the weather changes, it becomes misty, the path becomes too difficult or is in bad condition then turn around. It is no disgrace to do so but rather the sensible thing to do.
  • In the event of an accident, keep calm. If you are unable to help yourself, try to attract help by using your phone, calling, flashing a torch, or waving large pieces of clothing. As a rule, injured people should not be moved from where they are and must never be left alone.
  • Protect the flora and fauna. Take your rubbish with you.
  • Behaviour with animals on the mountain: do not provoke cows, calves, sheep, horses etc. but instead behave “normally” and do not show any fear. Do not leave the footpaths and keep your distance from all animals.
  • Dogs must be kept on a lead. They are not allowed to chase grazing animals, especially cows with their calves. If a grazing animal should attack a dog, you should leave the dog alone and let it run for protection.