Top destinations in the Salzburger Land in the rain

Top destinations in the Salzburger Land in the rain

Adventures and experiences for rainy days

Even in the summer, there can be rainy days from time to time. It would be a shame to not make the most of it time as there are still many great places and gems to discover in and around Saalbach Hinterglemm even when it's wet and windy. The activities and excursion destinations in the Salzburger Land in the rain are great in any kind of weather, no matter if it is bad or the sun is shining.

Excursion destinations in Saalbach Hinterglemm for bad weather

Come on in! The Home of Lässig also offers many indoor highlights. The following activities and excursion destinations are great fun regardless of the weather: 

  • Tennis: The indoor tennis courts in Hinterglemm, not far from the Märchenwald (“Fairytale Forest”), offer the best court conditions throughout the year.
  • Open Gym: Health and fitness have their second home in the WERKSTATT. This slightly different fitness studio is open daily from early mornings until late in the evening.
  • Jumping Fitness: A different kind of work-out dedicated to cardio training utilises targeted jumping. Soft trampolines are ideal for those dealing with joint issues.
  • Ninepin Bowling: All forms of bar sports are on the programme happen in Bobby's Pub. The bowling alley is, without a doubt, one of the absolute favourites, but darts, billiards and foosball are also played here.
  • Heimathaus: The Museum in Saalbach with its adjoining ski museum is dedicated to the long and varied history of the village and skiing in the Skicircus.

More bad weather highlights in the region

However, there is also plenty to experience beyond the Home of Lässig. More activities and excursion destinations in the province of Salzburg that are even more fun when it rains await you:        

  • Saalfelden Climbing Centre: Routes of up to 22 metres, with a total of more than 150 boulder variations, provide plenty of climbing experiences for both beginners and professionals – there is a fantastic view of the Steinernes Meer mountain range, too!
  • Kaprun Museum: An approx. 400-year-old farmhouse on the Kirchbichl, has been lovingly transformed into a home for local culture. It is all about rural life in days long past, the construction of a power station in the Hohen Tauern, and the sport of skiing. 
  • National Park Centre Hohe Tauern: Ten adventure stations in Mittersill make this unique nature reserve tangible. Visitors learn more about the high mountain habitat.
  • Salzwelten salt mine museum: The Dürrnberg in Hallein was once one of the most important salt mining regions in Europe. A mine tour takes you around the old sites, and there is something for everyone in the Celtic village with its themed playground.           
  • Ramingstein silver mine: The 200-year-old silver mine history has many an adventure in store! Together with an experienced guide you descend into the “silvery depths”.
  • Open-air museum: Grossgmain is definitely worth a visit even in bad weather. More than 100 original buildings from six centuries of Salzburg’s history lead you into unexpected worlds.

Summer around the Thurnerhof is great fun whatever the weather, and there are numerous great offers for young and the young-at-heart right in the hotel itself. Have you already requested a non-binding holiday offer?