A couple snowshoeing in Brixental Valley in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol © Mathäus Gartner / Brixental
Discover the snow-covered winter landscape in Brixental Valley in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol
A couple on a snowshoe hike in PillerseeTal in the Kitzbühel Alps © Stefan Ringler / Pillerseetal
Take your loved ones on a snowshoe hike through the PillerseeTal in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol
Two snowshoe hikers catch a glimpse of the Wilder Kaiserberg in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol while hiking © Gerdl Franz / St. Johann in Tirol
Marvel at the magnificent panoramic view of the Wilder Kaiserberg in the Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol
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From 14.4 to 28.04.2024 the hotel and the chalets are open.

Important: During this period, rooms and chalets are only available including breakfast. In addition, bookings are only possible on the following dates (no minimum stay):

Earliest check-in: Monday, 15.04
Latest check-out  : Friday, 19.04.2024

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Snowshoeing
in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

Off to fantastic snowshoe tours
directly in front of your chalet in Mariastein

A magical winter wonderland stretches out around your chalet in Mariastein, inviting you to explore it extensively on snowshoes. Trudge off-piste through thick powder snow and discover the untouched winter landscapes of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. At one with nature and its forces and far away from the crowds, you can indulge in the increasingly popular winter sport of snowshoeing on a winter vacation in the Kitzbühel Alps.

Tips for simple snowshoe tours in Mariastein

Slip into your snowshoes right outside your chalet in Mariastein and set off into glistening fields of snow. How about a snowshoe hike to the Buchacker Alm (1325 m) or on to the Hundsalmjoch (1637 m)? Or to the Hundsalm ice cave (1520 m)?

Let your hosts give you more information for your snowshoe hikes during your winter vacation in Tyrol. The hiking guide Thomas Radinger is also on hand with valuable tips.

Versatile snowshoe tours in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

Numerous other snowshoe hikes in the area promise magical moments in the snow. For example, the snowshoe hike starting in Penningberg from the Markbachjochbahn to the Kasalm (1,440 m) and on to the reservoir. Or around the idyllic Hintersteinersee lake. And in the neighboring villages of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Wörgl, Kirchbichl, Angath and Angerberg there are also enchanting snowy landscapes to explore on snowshoe hikes. Be enchanted by the snow-covered winter wonderland in the Tyrolean mountains!

Guided snowshoe hikes in the Kitzbühel Alps

In addition to the hotel's own hiking guide Thomas Radinger, a wide variety of hiking guides are available in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. Depending on your wishes, you can get tips, do some technical training or set off on a snowshoe tour in the Kitzbühel Alps together with the guides.

Alternative to snowshoeing: Winter hiking in Tyrol

Those who prefer to conquer Tyrol's winter wonderland without snowshoes, poles & Co. can also do so on a leisurely winter hike. The easy tour to the Mariastein pilgrimage church is particularly recommended for beginners.

Relaxation after a snowshoe hike & maximum comfort in the chalet

Afterwards, retire to your luxurious and comfortable chalet in Mariastein. Put your feet up and enjoy the stunning view from your luxurious chalet. In the afternoon, enjoy fresh coffee and delicious cakes from the hotel. Or you can have exquisite wines brought to your chalet in the evening and enjoy a relaxing end to the day with your loved ones. And if you want to do yourself some good in the sauna, steam bath etc., you can visit the wellness area at the Hotel Mariasteinerhof.

Admire the Kitzbühel Alps while snowshoeing - your ideal starting point: the Weitblick Chalets Mariasteinerhof! Make a non-binding inquiry now or book directly online!