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Real nature experience on winter hiking trails in the Hohe Tauern National Park

30 km of winter hiking trails are prepared for you in the Rauris Valley in winter. On the winter hiking trails that run through the entire valley - from Rauris to the end of the valley at Kolm Saigurn - you may discover fresh wild animal tracks here and there. In any case, you will enjoy peace and quiet, fresh mountain air and impressive winter landscapes in SalzburgerLand!


 Guided snowshoe hikes

Would you like to experience nature in its purest form and in complete peace? Do you like to feel how good it is to be out in the fresh air? Then perhaps our guided snowshoe hikes in the Rauris Valley are something for you.

Valley bus timetable To the snowshoe hikes
Winter hiking tips IN THE RAURIS VALLEY
  • Kolm Saigurn snowshoe trail no. 65
    The marked snowshoe trail leads from the Alpengasthof Bodenhaus (1,280 m) to the end of the Kolm Saigurn valley (1,600 m). The free valley bus takes winter sports enthusiasts from Rauris to Bodenhaus and back every Wednesday and Friday.
    Park at the Bodenhaus car park and walk along the toll road, opposite the old hunting lodge is the entrance to the snowshoe trail
    Length: 4 km, elevation: 370, walking time: approx. 3 hours
  • Hochbühl - Hochalm winter hiking trail no. 66
    Park at the Rauris Hochalmbahnen car park, take the gondola to the middle station and walk the winter hiking trail to Hochalm, or drive to the Hochalm mountain station. Cross the piste, the winter hiking trail begins behind the double drag lift.
    Length: approx. 2 km, elevation gain: approx. 200 m, walking time: approx. 1.5 hours

  • Kolm Saigurn No. 64
    Park at the Bodenhaus car park and walk along the toll road to Kolm Saigurn.
    Length: 5.8 km, elevation gain: 350 m, walking time: approx. 2 hours

  • Karalm No. 53
    Walk past the church in the direction of Gaisbachtal and follow the signposted winter hiking trail.
    !Please note: The Karalm is not open in winter!
    Length: 4 km, elevation gain: approx. 470 m, walking time: approx. 1.5 hours

Click here for the winter hiking map