Fully equipped holiday apartments in Lammertal – Dachstein West
From your holiday apartment in Lammertal, you will be able to enjoy a magnificent view of the surrounding mountain world. All apartments feature a fully equipped kitchen whilst offering exceptional lifestyle comforts for your personal timeout in the Lammertal – Dachstein West holiday region. 3 categories are available for you to choose from:
- Basic: 52 – 74 m², for up to 4 people, with balcony or terrace
- Family: 53 – 57 m², for up to 6 people, with balcony or terrace
- Superior: 111 m², for up to 8 people, with balcony or terrace
Finnish sauna and infinity pool with panoramic mountain view
It isn’t only your holiday apartment in Lammertal – Dachstein West that is a genuine hideaway for total wellbeing. The wellness area of the resort also invites you to slow down and unwind. Replenish your energy reserves in the Finnish Sauna and enjoy the feeling of warmth on your skin. For the refreshment you seek, we suggest the infinity pool in the outdoor area. Here, you can literally “drift” away as you marvel at the sight of the Tennengebirge and Dachstein massif. Since the infinity pool is heated, it can be used all year round. The sundeck greets you with comfortable sun-loungers and moments of pure self-indulgence amidst the idyllic village of St. Martin am Tennengebirge.
Active holidays in the Lammertal – Dachstein West skiing & hiking region
Your holiday apartment in Lammertal is the ideal base camp for numerous outdoor activities. Due to its extraordinary location between the Tennengebirge and Dachstein massif, you will be able to set out on hikes and high-alpine tours through landscapes more diverse than you could possibly imagine. In the coldest seasons, the surrounding ski resorts of St. Martin, Dachstein West as well as Ski Amadé and the Salzburger Sportwelt are a must to visit. The ski bus serving the entire Dachstein West ski region is free of charge. Upon your return from the piste, you can stow your skis or snowboard safely away in the secure ski room of this resort.
Rent a holiday apartment in Lammertal with guest card included
With the TennengauPLUS Card, you benefit from numerous free services. The guest card is automatically included when you book your holiday apartment in Lammertal – Dachstein West, and will be handed to you when you check in. Card benefits include free travel on public transportation, discounted admission to top excursion destinations in the region, along with special bonus offers from participating dining establishments and various area attractions.
The location of your holiday apartment in the Lammertal – Dachstein West holiday region
Your holiday apartment in St. Martin am Tennengebirge lies at roughly 1000 meters above sea level in the idyllic Lammertal valley. Flanked by the Tennengebirge and Dachstein massif, this small village in Salzburger Land is ideal for nature lovers and active holidaymakers.
- Town center: St. Martin (2 km)
- Supermarket: MPreis (2 km)
- Train station: Niedernfritz St. Martin (7 km)
- Airport: Salzburg (65 km)
- Ski resort: St. Martin (2 km)
- Lake: Seepark swimming area (2 km)
- Golf course: Radstadt Golf Club (20 km)
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Region - Dachstein West
Your summer holiday | Lammertal
300 kilometers of signposted hiking trails, alpine trails and themed hiking trails await you in your holiday region. It doesn't have to be Bischofsmütze or Dachstein, the Lammertal offers hiking opportunities for every taste. The pleasure hiker will find just as much as the ambitious mountain fanatic. And the snack at the managed alpine hut tastes good. It doesn't matter how many vertical meters you have conquered.
Whether you follow in the footsteps of Empress Sissi, who has probably already enjoyed her summer freshness on the Zwieselalm, enjoy the view from the box seat between Mahd- and Loseggalm and recharge your batteries, or the 300-year-old and 48-meter-high “Lammertaler” in the Lammertal primeval forest Visit Wächter - you will see that a day like this in Austria's mountains can work wonders ...
Mountainbike & E-Bike
For mountain bikers and e-bikers, the Salzburg Tennengau also has one or two delicacies ready: You can ride stages of the Salzburger Almentour, pedal on the Dachstein circuit or on one of the 20 routes of various degrees of difficulty (total 720 Kilometers).
Canyoning and rafting tours provide the necessary cooling on hot vacation days (and the necessary adrenaline rush). Or of course, a visit to the Lungötz forest pool with a large children's playground.
Our excursion tips
Hut to Hut
I find our mountains at their most beautiful when the rhododendron bloom and the gentian grow. That’s when we well and truly know that Alpine summer has arrived. The mountain huts open up again, the cows – after spending winter in the barn – relish the fresh alpine herbs and, whenever we have a free minute, we pack our rucksacks and head out. When you spend the whole day on your feet, you have well and truly earned a delicious “Brettljause” – including full flavored cheeses and home-cured bacon. At the Stuhlalm, for example, which was run for 14 years by the parents of Austrian ski star Marcel Hirscher. Or at the Loseggalm, famous for cheese specialties far beyond its home Tennengau region. The cheeses are actually made at the Fürstenhof, to which they belong, and have received a grand total of 9 (!) gold, silver and bronze medals in Austria-wide competitions. Mmmmmh. Or at the Mahdalm, with its magical views of the Gosaukamm. Or…
Salzburg - the City of Mozart
Saunter along the world-famous Getreidegasse, sip on a delicious coffee at Café Tomaselli or shop at the small boutiques of the historic district. Mozart’s birthplace, Hohensalzburg Fortress, Schloss Mirabell and the trick fountains of Hellbrunn. A day such as this in Salzburg simply flies by. Our provincial capital has much to offer and is only about 50 minutes away by car. Many of the sightseeing attractions are included with the Salzburg Card (24 hours). Ask us about the Park & Ride opportunities for exploring the city without having to worry about your car.
World of Ice Giants & Burg Hohenwerfen
A visit to the World of Ice Giants in Werfen isn’t only a good idea on hot summer days. Incidentally, always be sure to wear something warm, since the temperatures are “icy” in this, the world’s biggest ice cave at 42 km in length! The cave can only be visited as part of a guided tour and, along with the Grossglockner High-Alpine Road and Krimml Waterfalls, is one of the most popular sightseeing attractions in Salzburger Land. The giant ice caves can be reached in roughly a 40-minute drive from your holiday accommodations. And you are barely 15 minutes by car from the next astonishing excursion destination: Inhale the atmosphere of the Middle Ages as you explore Burg Hohenwerfen. The history of this fortress goes back to the 11th century. Today, visitors love to give themselves a bit of a scare browsing the torture chamber, followed by a bird of prey show during which buzzards and eagles show off their amazing aerial skills.
At the world's largest hay figure parade, it feels like the whole Lammertal is on its feet. The HeuART festival takes place annually at the end of August or beginning of September, during the farmers' autumn, and attracts visitors from all over Europe. More than a ton of hay is processed here - and everyone takes part: Women, men, young and old. What is created here in hours of manual labour is really worth seeing. If your holiday should fall on another travel period, a visit to the hay figures trail is recommended: There are monkeys hanging from the tree, you pass Grisu, the fire dragon, you meet Luan, the hayworm, and many other impressive works of art. The 4 km long path can be walked with a pram, and you can start directly from your cosy holiday home.
Gaudigolf in Annaberg combines hiking with golfing and is a great highlight for the whole family. The “course” comprises 14 different stations, played similar to regular minigolf – though with wooden clubs and a wooden ball. There are 2 different routes, one is also suitable for prams (taking roughly 30 minutes to walk).
At the world's largest hay figure parade, it feels like the whole Lammertal is on its feet. The HeuART festival takes place annually at the end of August or beginning of September and attracts visitors from all over Europe. More than a ton of hay is processed here - and everyone takes part: Women, men, young and old. What is created here in hours of manual labour is really worth seeing. If your holiday falls on another travel period, we recommend a visit to the hay figures trail: You pass hay animals, such as monkeys, a fire dragon and a worm as well as many other impressive works of art. The 4 km long path can be walked with a pram, and you can start directly from your cosy holiday home.
Your winter holiday | Lammertal
Ski region Dachstein West
The Dachstein West ski area advertises with 142 kilometers of slopes, an impressive mountain panorama, rustic huts, special family-friendliness and modern lifts. A real treat is the Panoronda, a 44 km long panorama circuit with a “Dachstein view”. The start is the Donnerkogelbahn.
Dachstein West also produced a skiing legend: Marcel Hirscher, one of the most successful ski racers of our time, comes from Annaberg in Lammertal. Incidentally, his father is still co-owner of the Annaberg ski school "free-ride alpin". The professional ski instructors turn little ski bunnies into real piste foxes and reveal the last tricks to the big ones for the perfect turn.
Cross-country, winter hiking & snow shoeing
130 tracked kilometers of cross-country skiing inspire the entire Lammertal. A highlight for cross-country skiers is the Neubachtal trail, which has been awarded the Tennengau seal of approval. Part of the loop (2.4 km) can be skied until 9 p.m. during the winter season thanks to floodlights. In addition to Ramsau and Seefeld, which mainly developed their skills from top-class sport, the Lammertal is developing as the third destination in Austria that offers perfect conditions for cross-country skiing and Nordic fitness. Abtenau and St. Martin am Tennengebirge were the first communities in the Salzburger Land to be awarded the Tennengau seal of quality. With the free introductory course for all guests, a service is offered that does not currently exist in this form in Europe.
Those who prefer to go without skis can use the (partly cleared) winter hiking trails to explore the winter landscape around the Alpendorf Dachstein West. And maybe even discover fresh animal tracks in the snow here and there!
Tobogganing & sleighs
Fun for the whole family: toboggan runs like the descent from the “Buttermilchalm” or snow tubing in St. Martin. It gets cozy and cozy during a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow-covered Lammertal. We will be happy to provide you with further information and tips at reception.
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