Themed paths & long-distance paths
In operation from end of July / beginning of August 2019
"Bärtl’s Family Trail” leads past thick forests, over lush meadows and you can romp around to your heart’s content at the play stations along the way. Great fun awaits our little adventurers.
All will be revealed in due course…
With a stamp booklet in hand little walkers head up to the Moosalm. Along the way there are 15 little wooden boxes housing animal stamp motives to stamp on the corresponding page of the booklet. After approx. 1 hour´s walk you arrive at the Moosalm, where the children receive a Moosalm bear badge for their effort.
Enjoy a “hearty“ walk along the family-friendly “Path of Hearts“. This path and many others in Filzmoos are suitable for pushchairs.
Forest nature trail on the subject of ants (types of ants, ants’ natural work, habitat etc.).
From the village square via the Wallehengut and on to the Oberhof and Unterhofalm. Learn lots of interesting facts about plants, trees, stones and the history of the inhabitants in this region.
The shy marmot (known as Manggei in local dialect) is at home at the Bachlalm. He curiously watches the visitors without making a sound. The Bachlalm nature trail is also worth a visit. You’ll find lots of interesting information regarding wildlife, alpine animals, forest and meadows, mountains and mountaineering.
There are lots of beautiful spots to discover along the “Queens’ Trail”. Look out for the pictures the trees paint or find the “Spread Eagle”.
Again and again you’ll get fabulous views of the Torstein, Tennengebirge and the Bischofsmütze power mountain.
The Queen Ant also feels right at home along the “Queens’ Trail”.
You can join the 350 km long “Salzburger Almenweg“ in Filzmoos. One of the 31 stages leads along bizarre limestone formations and spectacular views up to the Hofpürglhütte. A variety of mountain inns will spoil you with local delicacies along the way.
go to the Salzburger Almenweg
Discover the beauty and characteristics of the Dachstein range along the 8 daily stages of the new Dachstein Hiking Tour. This trail connects the three provinces of Styria, Upper Austria and Salzburg for the first time.
The daily stages require approx. 5-6 hours walking time.
go to the Dachstein Hiking Tour
Or how about following the pilgrims' trail from Salzburg Cathedral to the Leonhard Church in Tamsweg? Every year a guided pilgrims' walk takes place in July from Salzburg to Lungau. You can also undertake the walk by yourself. In the region of Filzmoos the pilgrims' path leads via the Mahdalm, Sulzkaralm and Aualm to the Hofalm toll road and on to Filzmoos.
go to the Leonhard's Pilgrims' Path
The Bible Trail between Ramsau and Gosau is the connection between the Perner and Linzer trails between Dachstein and Gosaukamm. Bibles were smuggled along these trails during the prohibition era of the Protestant faith. This hike is recommended to be undertaken in 3 daily stages.
For those in the know: 8 permanent walking paths
Members of the Austrian People's Sports Union (ÖVV) can select from the following tours:
Neuberg - Nestlerhof - Perlmais - Schäferhütte - Gerzkopf - Langeggsattel - Neuberg
11 km / 800 hm
Around the Rettenstein
Filzmoos - Sulzenalm - Sulzenhals - Bachlalm - Nösslerriedel - Weitenhausalm - Filzmoos
14 km / 940 hm
Filzmoos - Moosalm - Radstädter Hütte - Rossbrand - Dr. März Weg - Filzmoos
12 km / 730 hm
Aualm - Hofpürglhütte - Austria Weg - Sulzkaralm - Aualm
7 km / 350 hm
Almsee lake round
Filzmoos – Oberhofalm – Almsee – Unterhofalm – Filzmoos
13 km / 308 hm
Round "Schwarze Lacke"
Filzmoos – Kleinbergalm – Schwarze Lacke – Schwaigalm – Holzwurmhütte – Filzmoos
10 km / 379 hm
Filzmoos – Hachau – Jausenstation Schnitzberg – Filzmoos
8 km/257 hm
Filzmoos – Marcheggsattel – Neuberg – Richlegg – Filzmoos
16 km / 303 hm
Start cards available from the Tourist Office or the Leisure Centre in Filzmoos.