Hiking in Flachau

In Flachau you find numerous well-marked hiking trails. There’s something for everyone. Long hiking tours, small walks in the vicinity of the Prechtlhof, or themed trails.

Hiking tours in Flachau

Among the most beautiful hiking tours in Flachau are the hiking trail to the Marbachalm and the trail via the “path of good wishes” to Sattelbauer. You can have a good look at the hiking tours on the tourist office website and print them out if you like.

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Path of good wishes

The path of good wishes brings the small, hidden, and often overlooked things to the forefront. Enjoy the wonderful nature and be open to an adventure for the senses. With a hiking time of 1.5 to 2 hours, the path of good wishes is suitable even for inexperienced hikers.

Hiking trail “Water moves”

Water and mountains just belong together. The trail tells of the coexistence of mountains, water, and people on a 3-hour hike. A very interesting hiking trail with a lot of information and beautiful views.

Working alpine pastures

If you would like to hike to another alpine pasture besides the Prechtl Alm, there is a wide selection in Flachau. Here you can find an overview of the cabins and alms in the area.

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Annemarie's hiking tips

Annemarie, the farmer’s wife recommends her favorite hikes:

From Hausberg to Locherkogel

Annemarie loves the hike from Hausberg to Locherkogel at 2,050 m above sea level. The hike is easy and can be made even by inexperienced hikers.

Hike to Faulkogel at the head of the valley

This hike takes you up to 2,680 m above sea level and should be attempted by hikers with more experience. We would be happy to give you tips and tricks for your way to the peak.

To Bischofsmütze in the Dachstein range

Annemarie can be seen here from time to time! In addition to great views, there are cabins and pastures perfect for relaxing!

The highest mountain in Austria - Großglockner

The Großglockner is the highest mountain in Austria – 3,997 meters high. Since it is very high, we recommend that instead of climbing, you drive to the Großglockner Hochalpenstraße. In Fusch on the Großglockner Straße you also find a large playground for children!