Tyrolean's greatest panoramic mountain
The Hohe Salve (1,829 m) is a mountain in the Tyrolean lowlands that offers stunning 360° views. Thanks to the Hopfgarten and Söll lift operators, conquering the summit across 70 three-thousand-metre-high peaks with little effort becomes a gentle pleasure.
New horizons are created at Austria’s first revolving panoramic terrace at the summit restaurant, and likewise when the head chef serves up her “Ziachkiachln” (type of sweet or savoury doughnut) every Wednesday and Thursday.
Visit the Salvenkirchlein, the pilgrimage church of John the Baptist, and discover the highest church in Tyrol. The visit can be combined with an easy hike around the summit, which allows you to get a an incredible panorama view on the mountains of Tyrol.
Tempting tip on the Hohe Salve: sunrise trip on the first gondola for a mountain breakfast with magnificent views.
The mountain theme park Hohe Salve is reachable by foot, or by the two modern gondolas Hopfgarten and Söll.
For those wanting to scale the last stretch up to the summit, the new summer KEAT LIFT will float you easily up from the Hochsöll side to the home straight of the summit hike. From here it is not much further to the highest viewing point in Austria’s biggest mountain experience!
The Hohe Salve Weekly Activity Programme
|Sundial and Wind Harp||At the summit of the Hohe Salve, an ancient place of ritual and for observing the skies, you begin to feel what “time” really means. Through many small experiments you can discover the secrets of the sun, wind and weather and see how time flows and wind sings.|
|Visit to the Salvenkirche church||The “Gipfelwirt” innkeeper has a veritable wealth of stories about the legendary little Salvenkirche church at hand and can share a few exciting things about the magical “weather stone”, giants, witches and saints. Furthermore, the landlady will gladly show you the proper way to make traditional Tyrolean feast day doughnuts. (Every Wednesday and Thursday at lunchtime!)|
|Morning service Salvenkriche church||every 1st Wednesday in the month at 11.00 am (05th July - 04th October 2017)|