Holiday in the Lammertal in the Salzburg region
The natural gem between the Tennengebirge Mountains and the Gosaukamm
If you are looking for a holiday region with authentic natural scenery, traditional rural culture, genuine people as well as peace and quiet, then the Lammertal valley is the right place for you. Nestling between Gosakamm and the Tennengebirge Mountains, away from the main traffic routes and nonetheless just a short distance from the many sights thanks to its central location in the Salzburg region: the Lammertal offers everything required for you to enjoy a varied holiday.
When people talk about the Lammertal, they generally mean the 30 kilometre long valley of the Lammer river which stretches from St. Martin am Tennengebirge to Golling. We, however, are talking about the valley at the source of the Lammer river, which consists of a quiet and peaceful part of St. Martin am Tennengebirge.
A hidden holiday paradise away from the tourist centres
Although tourist centres such as Ski Amadé, Schladming and Ramsau am Dachstein or Zell am See are just a stone's throw away, visitors to this part of the Lammertal will find themselves in a different world. When you arrive here you will immediately notice that there is less traffic here, the scenery is somehow more natural, and life here is a little more carefree.
Regardless of whether you visit the Lammertal in the summer or in the winter, whether you are looking for peace and serenity, or you would like to partake in sports in a natural setting, the Lammertal always has something to offer.
Hiking & pleasure in the summer
Summer in the Tennengebirge Mountains starts as soon as the first cattle from the nearby farms have returned to their high-lying pastures and the Alpine lodges have opened for business again. Stressed-out holiday makers in need of a break value the peaceful vantage points and the places of rejuvenation. Sports enthusiasts, in contrast, like to leave the familiar trails and paths behind for once, and to simply enjoy nature again.
The Lammertal forest is an insider's tip among hikers. Not far from the Lanner family's Spiessalm pasture are the highest trees in Austria. A small and well-signposted circular trail provides more information about this place of rejuvenation in the Tennengau, and informs visitors about the trees and the habitat that they create.
A certainty of snow and peace in the winter
Those who come here in the winter will find themselves right in the Dachstein West skiing region, which stretches from Salzburg to Upper Austria, but is still some distance away from the busy skiing resorts, enabling them to really enjoy their holiday. Beginners and occasional skiers are nonetheless well-served with the ski lift adjacent to the hotel.
In the winter you can expect to find much more than traditional Alpine skiing fun, however. You can join a 30 km cross country skiing trail right by the hotel, go on a snow shoe walk, or join a skiing tour - all without having to get into your car. Those interested in partaking in these sports for the first time are advised to join the weekly activity programme which offer courses that are customized to beginners.
A secluded hotel in the Salzburg region
With the Lämmerhof Alpine guest house you have found a secluded hotel in the Salzburg region, which nestles in an idyllic location between numerous farmhouses and purest nature. The situation of the Lämmerhof Alpine guest house may indeed border on the exclusive, but your hosts, the Hedegger family, will prove to you what is meant by their philosophy of "Nature experience & hospitality" when you shake their hands for the first time. You can expect to be greeted with natural charm and attentive hospitality in a beautiful setting.
If you are looking for a holiday that makes a change from the conventional tourist centres, the Lammertal in the Tennen Mountains are the right choice. Your hosts, the Heddeger family, look forward to receiving your non-binding holiday enquiry or your online booking .