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Hiking in the excellent hiking region Filzmoos in SalzburgerLand, Austria

Hiking holidays at their best

Filzmoos offers a lot of variety for enthusiastic mountain hikers and for those who would like to become one. The unique mountain panorama can be enjoyed after just a short walk.

A hiking holiday in Filzmoos means hiking in SalzburgerLand with lots of fun, whether with children, with the dog or guided by the hiking guides of Filzmoos Active. In addition, the Hotel Neubergerhof has been awarded the Austrian Hiking Quality Seal and Filzmoos Mountain Specialist.

 Hiking around the Bischofsmütze in FIlzmoos © Roland Wimmer
 Hiking guide Coen gives the best hiking tips!

Your benefits at the hiking hotel Neubergerhof

  • The regional hiking trail network starts directly at the hotel
  • Free hiking bus. The bus stop is right in front of the hotel
  • Daily guided hikes at all levels of difficulty with the expert hiking guides from Filzmoos Active
  • Hike with Martin Reiter
  • Guided family and children's hikes
  • Competent tour advice from the Reiter family
  • Hiking info library with extensive maps and brochures
  • Rental of hiking sticks and backpacks
 Mountain landscape in Filzmoos, in the background the bishop's cap © Coen Weesjes

Martin Reiter Jr. goes hiking - will you go with him?

Once a week, the junior boss invites you on a hike together to one of the numerous rustic Alpine huts in the region.

Spring hike

to the water sources of the Neubergerhof

Once a week you accompany Martin Reiter Jr. to our hotel’s own water springs. You head through a forest and over meadows into the Bacher Forest. On the way, Martin explains what you need to know about the fresh mountain spring water that flows from all the taps in the Hotel Neubergerhof.

 The Filzmooser Almsee © Coen Weesjes
 Hike to the summit © Coen Weesjes
Signpost in the alpine pasture area © Coen Weesjes
Unlimited walking freedom on 220 km of marked hiking trails around Gosaukamm and the Dachstein massif.

Filzmoos - THE Hiking Village

Awarded the Austrian Hiking Quality Seal, the Neubergerhof is the perfect base camp for your tour.

Our idyllic mountain village of Filzmoos has more than 200 km of marked hiking trails on offer. From a pleasure hike to an Alpine trail, there is something for every taste.

Neubergerhof moments of satisfaction

Guest reviews

„The hiking area is incredible!“

Kathi (26 y.)
A tip from our mountain loverElisabeth Rettenwender
My favorite hike up the Rötelstein
I recommend my favorite hike to the summit of the Rötelstein with a break on the Sulzenalm. Tip: You can drive with the car to the Sulzenalm, so you save the half way with your feet.
 Summit cross on Rötelstein
... at an altitude of 2,245 meters.

Filzmoos hiking bus

drives daily for our guests

From May to October, the Filzmoos hiking bus is on the go and is free of charge for our guests with the presentation of the Salzburger Sports World Card. Please get your free discount card from us at the reception. The bus stop is right outside the front door!

A highlight - the hiking shuttle “Almi”

A driving alpine hut

“Almi” is a driving Alpine hut. It takes guests from the Filzmoos town centre to the Kirchgasshütte/Aualm and back again. For a small fee, you will experience an unforgettable ride.

Guided hiking tours

with “Filzmoos Active”

It can be sweaty, but it doesn't have to be - a hike with our mountain hiking guides Coen, Martin and Isabella from “Filzmoos Active”. With them you will consciously and mindfully discover the mountains around the Gosaukamm and the Dachstein massif with magnificent Alpine meadows and impressive rock formations.

The mountain and hiking guides of Filzmoos Active:

Coen from Filzmoos Aktiv © Filzmoos Aktiv
Isabella from Filzmoos Aktiv © Filzmoos Aktiv
Martin from Filzmoos Aktiv © Filzmoos Aktiv

Once a week Bergfex regular's table in the Neubergerhof

with Coen, Isabella und Martin from Filzmoos Aktiv

Looking to learn more about our Alpine region? Then a professionally guided hike is just the thing. Maybe you don't have that much time to check out maps, tour books, altitude charts etc. With the “Filzmoos Active” hiking guides you can tour safely and free of charge from Monday to Friday.

 Mountain specialist
Your hiking hotel in Filzmoos

We are mountain specialists!

As a guest at The Neubergerhof, you benefit from the services offered by the Filzmoos mountain specialists.

Criteria of a mountain specialist in Filzmoos:

  • Free participation in four guided hikes per week of the “Filzmoos Active” outdoor centre and in the welcome hike on Mondays
  • A return service/transfer in addition to the hiking bus is organised by the hotel if desired for a fee
  • The hotel offers a Bergfex Breakfast (early breakfast).
  • From the hotel you will receive a mountain-friendly snack (for a fee) for example with fruit, energy bars, mineral drink
  • The hiking guides from the “Filzmoos Active” outdoor centre come once a week to the Bergfex Regulars Table in the Neubergerhof.
  • When organising multi-day tours, the empty bed in the hotel will only be charged at 50%
 Hiking seal of approval
Your hiking hotel in Filzmoos

We are awarded the hiking seal of approval!

The Wanderhotel Neubergerhof, is a **** mountain specialist and has been awarded the Austrian hiking seal of approval. We will thus gladly support you in the planning and implementation of your unforgettable hikes. During the guided tours, the certified Salzburg mountain hiking guides from Filzmoos Active show you the mountain world, from magnificent Alpine meadows to imposing rock massifs. These are hiking holidays of the highest quality!

Award criteria

Numerous criteria have to be met to meet the high quality standard of the award of the hiking seal of approval. The evaluation commission of the Austrian hiking seal attaches great importance to a hospitable, needs-oriented and specially optimised service program of the hiking business.

“The hotel ... my Neubergerhof**** presents itself as a very hiking, family-friendly business, which scored above all in the areas of holiday environment, hiking competence as well as wellness and cuisine.”

That is the conclusion of the evaluation committee.

 Summit bell Gerzkopf © Coen Weesjes
 View of the valley © Coen Weesjes

Hiking tours from easy to difficult

Hiking maps & tour books contain all hikes incl. a description. You can find them in The Neubergerhof and at the Filzmoos tourist office. You can also get good information on the hiking portals.


The marked difficulty levels of our hiking trails:

  • Blue stands for pleasure hiking
  • Red markings are aimed at the sporty ambitious
  • Black trails are only to be walked by the experienced with a mountain guide.


On the interactive hiking map we show you all hiking trails around Filzmoos.
Here, you will find all the necessary information such as length and duration of the hike, altitude difference, difficulty level, description of the tour, GPS data and much more.

Bischofsmütze in the Gosaukamm © Coen Weesjes

Summer rides with the Papageno gondola lift

The gondola lift in Filzmoos is open every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 09:00 to 16:30 in summer.

Once at the top, you can hike about 1 hour along the ridge to the Radstädter Hut. The 360° panorama is unique!

Hiking with a dog in Filzmoos

Dogs are very welcome in Filzmoos. We kindly ask you to:


  • Make sure you take enough dog poo bags with you and throw them away in the designated rubbish bins in the hotel.
  • Walk only on paths, not in the forest. Deer, stag and other wildlife are easily scared!
  • The dog must always be on a leash.
  • When encountering cows, you must make a big detour around the herd. Never let the cows out of your sight, especially mother cows. If you encounter a dangerous situation, let your dog run away off the leash.

Safe hiking with proper handling of grazing animals

  • Avoid contact with grazing livestock, do not feed the animals and keep a safe distance!
  • Be quiet, do not scare grazing cattle!
  • Mother cows protect their calves. Avoid encounters between mother cows and dogs!
  • Always keep dogs under control and on a leash. If an attack by a grazing animal is foreseen, immediately let your dog off the leash!
  • Stay on the hiking trails on Alpine pastures!
  • If grazing cattle block the way, bypass them as widely as possible!
  • When grazing cattle approach, stay calm, do not turn your back, bypass the animals!
  • Already at the first signs of unrest of the animals, leave the pasture area quickly!
  • Fences must be observed! If there is a gate, use it, then close it again and cross the pasture quickly!
  • Treat the people who work here, the nature and the animals with respect!

 behaviour rules © Tourismusinformation Filzmoos
Safe hiking in Filzmoos

Filzmoos rules of conduct

When encountering grazing animals in the Alpine pastures, we ask you to observe some rules. Especially when hiking with a dog, these must be observed. They ensure your safety and that of your family.

10 rules for dealing with grazing cattle

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