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St. Martin am Tennengebirge in the Salzburger Land region - the "Nature Village"

Outdoor activities that allow you to discover nature as well as moments of pure happiness. The countryside around St. Martin am Tennengebirge is filled with variety and natural beauty, including the Lammertal Virgin Forest.

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Culinary Hut Tour

Hiking along the Culinary Hut Tour

The Culinary Hut Tour in St. Martin will take you to some of the most beautiful mountain huts in and around St. Martin, where you will also discover a wonderful selection of delicious, farm-fresh natural products. This hike is especially appealing, since it also leads you past places of immense natural power and beauty

Hike Description
Country snacks at the Spiessalm

We will set out from the car park at the Lammertalerhof in the small village of Lammertal, heading right, which brings us to a scenic overlook of Lammertal located next to Berghof Wildau, treating us to beautiful panoramic views of the Lammertal, Tennengebirge, Gosaukamm and Dachstein. We now make our way downhill again, past the Lammertal Fish Ponds, fed with purest mountain spring water and close to the origin of the River Lammer itself. If we choose, we can also circle the headwaters of the Lammer at the foot of the Tennengebirge next to the Lammertal hiking path, at which point we turn off for the Reitbauer farm heading in the direction of the Spiessalm. Awaiting hikers there is a real highlight: many cheese specialties created at the organic cheese dairy of Marianne, whose skills have been recognized with the title “cheese sommelière”. 

Afterwards, we will take the new Schöberlgrabenweg No. 92c, passing the romantic Schöberlbach Waterfall on the way to the Schöberlalm. Once there, our hut host Friedl Lindmoser will greet us with homemade sausage, leberkäse and cheese. Animals to pet, pigs, a water playground, campfire site and more are sure to excite all the children. Our personal insider tip: We will also visit the Hinterschöberl, a place of immense natural power, including a mighty mountain maple with a beautiful crown.
We then continue to the Karalm, next to which is a scenic overlook by the Cross of Thanks. Magical panoramic views of the Tennengebirge, Gosaukamm and Dachstein await you there. Make yourself comfortable on the scenic recliners, and learn more about the mountain world with the help of panoramic info boards.
Tempting tip: In addition to cheese and bacon, be sure to sample some of their farmhouse doughnuts! 

Mouthwatering break at a mountain hut

We now have 3 routes to choose from for our descent to the Buttermilchalm. The best option is probably 93b (Einfang), where, with a little bit of luck, we might catch sight of the marmots that live just above the forestry road. The Buttermilchalm is a mountain inn that also offers products which are mostly homemade. A sun-terrace with marvelous views of the Gosaukamm and town, a playground as well as artistic figures made of hay and wood, invite you to stop for a while and relax.

Of course, you can also enjoy the Culinary Hut Tour in the reverse direction, starting in the town center and finishing in Lammertal village (and for those who have stamina left over, there is another hiking path you could also take for the way back).

Enjoy the mountains, and enjoy that fantastic food – “Guten Appetit!”