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The ‘Action Mountain’

Within 300m of the Konrad Deublerheim is an 'Action Mountain', with fun-filled attractions for young and old. Experience the excitement of the climbing forest or downhill adventure on the mountain go-cart track. Children can enjoy a special hiking trail combined with fun riddles. The panorama restaurant Auszeit is situated at the top of the mountain. Take the Speedliner cable from here to race back to the bottom at 80 km per hour for an adrenaline rush. Check the website for more information on all activities: The 'Action Mountain'
Klettersteigen omgeving Werfenweng

Rock Climbing/Alpine Hut tours

Werfenweng lies at the foot of the Tennengebirge. The Hochkönig- and Dachsteinmassief, as well as the Hohe and Niedere Tauern, are close by. This makes it a fantastic starting point for alpine hut tours! Many Klettersteig (Rock climbing) routes are also found in the Tennengebirge, and the Tronleiter also offers a Klettersteig climbing route. The following sites provide additional information: Werfenerhütte Rock Climbing/Alpine Hut tours
Zwemmeer 300 m van Deubler Heim

Swimming

Werfenweng’s lovely swimming lake lies only 300m from the Deublerheim. If the crystal clear water isn’t enough, a waterslide, sunbathing area, beach volleyball court, and a restaurant with terrace are also on offer. Mountain Resort Werfenweng also has a beautiful outdoor pool and a wellness center available for use (there is an entrance fee). Uncooperative weather is also not a problem, with the two indoor swim paradises Therme Amadé in Altenmarkt and AquaSalza in Golling. Therme Amadé Aqua Salza
Tennisclub Werfenweng

Football/Tennis

There is a public football (soccer) field beside the lake. The tennis courts from the Tennis Club Werfenweng are directly beside this field, and can also be reserved by non-members. Tennis Club Werfenweng
Almen en hutten omgeving Werfenweng

Alpine lodges and mountain huts

There are many alpine lodges and mountain huts on the Werfenwenger plateau and in the surrounding mountains. These mountain huts offer a picturesque setting to enjoy food and drink, and many also provide overnight lodging. Multi-day hut tours are also possible. Alpine lodges and mountain huts
Paragliding in Werfenweng

Paragliding

The 1850m high Bischling is one of the best starting points for paragliding in the Alps. Jumps can be made from two sides of the mountain, so wind direction is rarely a problem. Solo jumps require a “flying license,” but a tandem jump with an instructor is for everyone (with a touch of courage!). Paragliding
Grootste ijsgrotten ter wereld

Eisriesenwelt – Ice cave

The Eisriesenwelt in the nearby Werfen houses the largest ice caves in the world. The caverns total 42km in length, with the first kilometer covered in ice. There are guided group tours of this initial part of the cavern network. The caves are accessed from Werfen via a steep paved road, followed by a few hundred meter climb in a small gondola, and finished off with an approximately 20 minute hike. Eisriesenwelt
Middeleeuws kasteel

Fortress Hohensalzburg

The Fortress Hohensalzburg is one of the best preserved castles from the Middle Ages in the Alps, and is definitely worth a visit. It is accessible via hiking path and train. Tours of the castle are provided, and there is a spectacular hunting bird show at specific times in the garden. Fortress Hohensalzburg
Schloss Hellbrunn (Salzburg)

Mozart City of Salzburg

Salzburg is a mere 30 minutes away by car, and is also easily accessible via public transportation. A sightseeing trip to Salzburg is definitely worthwhile. A sampling of the many attractions: the old city, the Dom, the fortress Hohensalzburg, Mozart’s birthplace and residence, the Hellbrunn Palace with Wasserspiele (“water games”) and neighboring zoo, and many splendid museums. Salzburg 1 Salzburg 2 Salzburgerland
Liechtensetinklamm St. Johan im Pongau

Liechtenstein Gorge

The Liechtenstein Gorge (Liechtensteinklamm) in nearby St. Johann im Pongau is one of the longest and deepest water-carved ravines in the Alps. A spectacular hiking path over bridges, stairs, and through tunnels winds through this gorge. Liechtensteinklamm
Wandelen en nordic walking: veel mogelijkheden

Hiking and Nordic Walking

Werfenweng lies on a plateau surrounded by magnificent mountains, and as such is a hikers’ paradise. Gorgeous hiking routes are found both in the valley and at higher altitudes, with offerings for all difficulty levels. There are also five signpost-marked Nordic walking routes. The gondola from the Bergbahnen Werfenweng transports hikers to the 1850m high Bischlinghöhe. Hiking Nordic Walking Hiking Arena Werfenweng
Fietsen met Vasa Sport

Road biking/Mountain biking

The Werfenwenger plateau and neighboring Salzach valley provide numerous biking opportunities. The Tauern bike path runs through nearby Pfarrwerfen. All the necessities are in place for mountain bikers, with beautiful long climbs, challenging singletracks, and breath-taking mountain views. Vasa Sport organizes custom GPS tours from Werfenweng. Vasa Sport GPS day tours Vasa Sport GPS multi stage tours (incl. baggage transport)