When does the next bus take off, what is the fastest way to the next cable car, where does it take me? Does my kid need solid shoes for this hike, where do I get some or can I rent some hiking material? Kind of important questions from parents, concerned mums or very motivated dads, who are seriously searching for answers . Neither in the planning process, nor on holiday you really have enough time to find the most important answers yourself.
Here you go, you’ve found the right website. HERE you’ll find the most important hints & tricks and answers to your questions. Those you’ll need for a smooth course of your hiking holiday, bike-trip or ski holiday. There are hundreds of hints out there, we’ve structured them for you. Check it out and get informed with our hints, tricks and faqs for the best family holiday in Saalbach Hinterglemm.
Important information for family holiday in summer
- Use solid hiking shoes, if you visit Montelino - the path is not good for strollers
- At the Kodok mountain hiking boots are crucial, the path is rather hard for small kids
- Montelino & Kodok are not good with strollers, use child carriers instead
- Not every cable car is perfectly usable with huge strollers - Kohlmais is the best
- Rent your child carrier at Sport Gumpold in Hinterglemm
- Bicycle and kids-bike-trailer at the Rosentalerhof - on demand
- Get more information HERE
Important information for family holiday in winter
- The Baumzipfelweg is a true highlight, also in winter, BUT not good with strollers
- Take the horse sleigh for a relaxed ride to the end of the valley in Hinterglemm
- You can find Winter-walking-paths and trails in the valley between Saalbach and Hinterglemm
- Numerous ski schools have good kids'areas, kids older than 3 years are welcome
- Get more information HERE
FAQs - questions & answers for interested mums and dads
How do I get into a cable car with my stoller? Open or Close
There are four cable cars which operate in summer and which transport strollers. The cable car to the Kohlmais has the widest doors and they are big enough to store a stroller in the cabin while the ascent. At the Schattberg, the Zwölferkogel and the Reiterkogel the doors are much more narrow. Strollers wider than 75 cm, should be “folded”.
Where are the best walking paths for strollers? Open or Close
The promenade between Saalbach and Hinterglemm is perfect for walks with strollers. At the Reiterkogel you will find good roads for a walk too. In the valley of Hinterglemm, near the Lindlingalm and at the Spielberghaus you’ll find good roads and paths.
Is there any stroller rental in Saalbach Hinterglemm? Open or Close
There is rental for strollers and even child carriers can be rented at Sport Gumpold. In the Rosentalerhof you can rent a bicycle and a kids' trailer.
What is the age limit for kids mountainbike rental? Open or Close
Bike n’ Soul and the Sunbikers have kids mountain bikes for rent. Special kids bikes with 20’’ or 24’’ wheels are good bikes for kids with 3 - 4 years. Kids' camps, technique training and bike schools can be found in Saalbach Hinterglemm too.
Which ski schools are good for kids beginners courses? Open or Close
Snow & Fun in Hinterglemm has the biggest kids' areal. The Alpine Ski School in Hinterglemm has an amazing kids' area too. The Snow Academy offers the best kids' area in Saalbach. The ski school Fürstauer is a good address for kids in Saalbach.
Which slopes are perfect for beginner kids? Open or Close
The Bärnkogel has especially flat and easy slopes. In Hinterglemm you can find easy slopes at the Unterschwarzachlift. Also at the Bergfriedlift and the Filzenlift at the Reiterkogel.
Is there private child care in Saalbach and Hinterglemm? Open or Close
What are the best holiday activities for kids from 3 - 6 years Open or Close
The Montelino trail is amazing for the little ones. IMPORTANT: use solid shoes for the kids. Montelino can be used with strollers. Partly a bit tricky. Better with a child carrier. At the animal cage you can watch the feeding of the animals. The family park Hinterglemm offers fun and relaxation for the entire family. The phantasy-forest Hinterglemm shows you wooden figures just outside the village.
What is interesting for kids from 6 - 10 years? Open or Close
Kodok mountain is a highlight. IMPORTANT: use solid shoes for the kids. Kodok is NOT good with strollers. In the Schnitza’s Woodpark in Hinterglemm you’ll learn lots about wood and what you can do with it. It can easily be reached with strollers. The Teufelswasser is just around the corner: INFO: use rubber boots for your kids. The Baumzipfelweg is good for kids up to 10 years. IMPORTANT: it cannot be used with strollers.
What do kids from 10 to 14 years like? Open or Close
At the motoric park between Saalbach and Hinterglemm they can show their skills. INFO: good as a preparation for the ski season. The valley of Hinterglemm is interesting with the high-rope-park, the Europe slide and the jump & slide park. INFO: the Lindlingalm is good for a rest and it has a huge playground for the little ones. Action waits for you at the Glemmy’s offroad park in Vorderglemm.