The countryside around the small spa and health resort of Bad Dürrnberg is a true all-rounder, making it a worthwhile destination at any time of day, not only in summer.

Summer on the Dürrnberg. Summer means exhilarating walks through blooming Alpine meadows, climbing tours on rugged mountain sides, leisurely circular hiking trails for the whole family, "pixie" walks for children, hair-raising rides on the "Keltenblitz" summer toboggan run, cycling tours to the Truckenthannalm, hiking trails through shady forests and across sunlit plateaus.

The Dürrnberg is extremely finely dressed in winter, when glistening snow crystals cover the slopes, inviting people to come skiing, ski-touring and hiking. Over the years, the Dürrnberg has developed into a real paradise for winter sports enthusiasts. What distinguishes the imposing salt mountain at the gates of Hallein is above all its diversity. Whether it be skiing, snowboarding, ski-touring or snowshoe hiking – you'll find the best of conditions for your favourite winter sport activity on the Dürrnberg. After an eventful day in the snow, you can warm up again in the Zinkenstüberl, for example. The mountain restaurant sits enthroned at an altitude of 1330 metres, guaranteeing magnificent views.

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