Aussicht vom Karalm-Logenplatz auf das Tennengebirge
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St. Martin am Tennengebirge in the Salzburger Land region - the "Nature Village"
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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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Discover renewed strength and energy in St. Martin am Tennengebirge – the nature village

"Front-Row Seat overlooking Lammertal"
View from Lammertal of Gosaukamm

At Berghof Wildau on the mountainsides of the Tennengebirge, you are treated to the absolute best views across the Lammer River Valley to the valley head, and a fantastic panorama encompassing the Tennengebirge, the Gosaukamm and Bischofsmütze, as well as the Torstein and Dachstein! 

The ideal location, in other words, to rejuvenate body and soul.

"The Scenic Karalm "
The scenic overview at the Karalm

Located amid breathtaking scenery between the Tennengebirge and Gosaukamm, with perfect views of our mountain world – also explained to you on panorama info boards – this is the place to enjoy peace and relaxation on comfy wooden benches next to the Cross of Thanks. 

Reading loge with mountain panorama, in St. Martin am Tennengebirge

The Karalm itself promises all kinds of culinary treats and homemade specialties, making its own contribution to this ultimate feel-good experience.
And with a little bit of luck, you might even catch sight of the marmots that live nearby!

"Hinterschöberl – with beautiful views of Lammertal"
View of Lammertal and the Bischofsmütze

Hike from the Schöberlalm, which is especially well known for its home-produced foods including sausage, leberkäse and cheese, as well as its new “Alpine Playground”, out to the Hinterschöberl.

View of the Schöberlbach in Lammertal

There, you will first come across a place of natural power, a centuries-old mountain maple with a picturesquely beautiful crown. Then you will make your way up to the end of the path, where you will be rewarded by picturesque views of the Lammertal valley head and the Aualm area, along with the magnificent Tennengebirge.