A summer and hiking holiday in the alpine village of Grossarl


Wandern   Gebirgsbach   urige Almhütten


Hiking in the Valley of the Alm

The Grossarl Valley, also known as the "Valley of the Alms", is a real walker's paradise. After an extensive breakfast head up into the mountains with lush alpine meadows, gushing streams and crystal-clear air. The Grossarl Valley is part of the Hohe Tauern National Park and offers in addition to well-marked walking paths and climbing trails a wealth of Alms - mountain inns open to the public. Learn all about out precious nature on special themed hikes. Stop along the way at our Aualm and enjoy a snack made from homemade produce.




E-Bike   Mountainbike   Radfahren


Cycling & Mountain biking

The Valley Cycle Path in the Grossarl Valley can be particularly recommended. A challenge for all bikers who love terrain are the 120 km of well-marked mountain bike routes of varying levels of difficulty over alpine trails and forest tracks. Stop for refreshment in one of the mountain inns and savour the splendid views. Our tip: conquer the steepest mountain trails effortlessly on an electric bike. Have a go. Electric bikes can be hired from the sports shops in Grossarl.




Erlebnisschwimmbad   Beachvolleyballplatz   Ruck Zucki's Gaudi Alm


Sports & Leisure Centre 

The great Sports & Leisure Centre with Adventure Swimming Pool in Grossarl offers a variety of leisure activities. Whizz down the wide water slide into the cool water, gently swim a few lengths, splash around in the children's pool and soak up the sun on the large sunbathing lawn. Next door you'll find a beach volley court, tennis courts, a crazy golf course and a football pitch. At the "Ruck Zucki's Gaudi Alm" children's faces with beam with pleasure. Here you'll find a children's alm, a mini farm with real animals, a lake with a raft rope ferry... amongst other things.  




Fischen und Angeln   Gebirgsbach   Fischen und Angeln


Fishing & Angling - "good catch"

Anglers will be in their element fishing in the clear mountain waters from the Schöder Valley and Keeskogel glaciers rich in fish. The fishing season is normally from 1st May to 30th September. Fishing is only permitted during the day. The natural habitat of the fish is varied - large pools, gravel banks and quiet river passages.





In October 2010 the Grossarl Valley was awarded the Austrian Hiking Seal of Quality in October 2010.




Our farm Biobauernhof AUBAUER is member of "farmholidays in Austria". This organisation makes controlls on the quality of the farms. This is measured by flowers, like the stars in hotels. The farms with the highest quality and comfort get 4 flowers - and we got them. We are really proud of it!


4 flowers


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Großarltal - Uralub am Bauernhof

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