Things to do in Saalbach
Sport and recreation during your mountain holidays in Saalbach
One great advantage of staying at the Bachgut in Saalbach Hinterglemm is the wide range of sport and leisure activities available. Not only do we have our own bathing pool and sports area, but all Bachgut guests can use the outdoor fitness course and the football field too. In summer, a nice way of rounding off an exciting match of volleyball on our own beach volleyball court is a small private party in the barbecue area in the garden. In winter, the Bachgut offers you the unique opportunity of having a private sauna and then enjoying the breathtaking mountain views from the hotpot on the terrace. Children love playing on the Bachgut children's playground. You will certainly not be disappointed when it comes to the variety of things to do in Saalbach!
Fascinating activites in the Saalbach Hinterglemm region
Not only is there a wide range of sports and leisure activities in the resort, but the area also has plenty for the whole family in terms of entertainment. Whether in summer or winter holidays, Saalbach Hinterglemm in Austria enchants nature-loving athletes and leisure tourists alike. Whether you are seeking rest and recuperation or an active holiday, the friendly holiday apartments run by the Langegger-Kröll family in Saalbach Hinterglemm provide the perfect surroundings to explore the various sports on offer in surrounding region. It is the perfect place to combine peace, relaxation and unforgettable leisure activities far away from hectic everyday life. The perfect location of the holiday home means that the apartments are a much sought-after holiday accommodation for families and groups of friends wanting to share their adventures in the mountains together during winter and summer holidays in Saalbach Hinterglemm.
There are so many things to do in Saalbach and its surroundings. Enjoy the enthralling mix of great location, picturesque region and multifaceted leisure time options. You wouldn't want to miss out on all of that, would you?