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Holiday with dog in the Kitzbühel Alps

Your dog-friendly accommodation in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

Dogs are precious companions and for many also a real family member. When going on holiday, we often wonder what to do with the four-legged friends while we’re away. The answer to this is very simple in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve: Dogs join us! Spend an unforgettable holiday in the mountains of the Kitzbühel Alps with your four-legged darling. In the Holiday Region Hohe Salve you’ll find suitable accommodation and great, dog-friendly activities.

In summer the wonderful hiking and footpaths of the Kitzbühel Alps entice bipeds and four-legged friends into nature. In the forests, on the meadows and Alpine pastures there is plenty to discover and "sniff out". The clear mountain streams and rivers in the region provide the necessary refreshment in between. In winter nature wraps itself up in a white frock. Snow for most dogs is an absolute highlight. They romp about and roll around while you can enjoy together your time out in nature winter hiking or snowshoeing in the Kitzbüheler Alps.

Every season in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve has something very special and can be savoured fully even with a four-legged friend. Find a suitable accommodation now for your holiday with dog in the townships of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Wörgl, Angerberg, Angath, Mariastein and Kirchbichl. Tips and advice for holidays with dogs can also be found on this page.

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Things to know for holidays with dogs

Hiking with dogs in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

Leash is mandatory and poop bags

The Hohe Salve holiday region and the Kitzbühel Alps with their beautiful hiking and walking trails offer plenty of space for free exercise in summer and winter. In some areas, however, you must keep your four-legged darlings on a leash. Leashes are compulsory in public buildings, shops, restaurants, public transport, parks and near grazing areas. In addition, in Wörgl it is compulsory to keep your dog on a leash on the hiking trail to the Möslalm, on walking paths and running tracks. The leash requirement applies to all dogs in the Hohe Salve holiday region without exception (except for registered assistance dogs, service dogs, therapy assistance dogs on duty, etc.). Failure to comply may result in a fine.The beautiful

The beautiful nature and mountain world is probably the most precious asset in the Kitzbühel Alps. As a dog owner, please help to keep the environment clean and dispose of dog excrement properly. In the Kitzbühel Alps you will find dog waste bag dispensers and rubbish bins at regular intervals along the walking and hiking trails. Please note that in Austria it is compulsory by law to pick up dog excrement. This regulation applies to all dogs, always and everywhere. The only exceptions are service dogs (hunting/rescue dogs) during service missions. Attention: If a poop is left lying around, you may be fined.Translated with www.
Together on the cable car and on public transport

Together on the cable car and on public transport

Your four-legged darlings can accompany you on almost every experience in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. You want to use the cable car with your dog? No problem! The Salvenbahn I and II in Hopfgarten and the Salivstabahn in Itter transport your dog free of charge. Once at the top, you can then explore the summit of the Hohe Salve or the Kleine Salve and discover the extensive hiking area.

The cable cars Brixen im Thale, Westendorf, Ellmau-Going, Söll and Scheffau also carry dogs at no cost. If you have a season ticket or a cable car adventure card, taking your dog with you is free. Please note that dogs in the area of the cable car and in the gondola must be leashed. Where applicable, a muzzle must also be worn.

Dogs are also allowed on public transport. Small dogs can be carried in a pet carrier. Bigger dogs must be kept on the leash and wear a muzzle. Dogs can be carried for free in buses. In trains, however, you need to buy a ticket for your dog. This rule applies to all dogs, except for registered assistance dogs.

Swimming and cooling down

Hiking with dogs in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
To cool off on hot summer days, take a jump into the cool waters. This is especially popular not only with us bipeds - four-legged friends also delight in refreshing in the water. This is best done in cold mountain streams, calm spots in rivers and refreshing mountain lakes in the Kitzbühel Alps. Note: In the swimming pools and swimming lakes of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve, dogs are not allowed. By the reservoirs at Hohe Salve, dogs are also not allowed in the water.

Streams & waters in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve, where your dogs are allowed:

● Aubach in Wörgl
● Lahnbach in Wörgl
● Lechner waterfall in Wörgl/Kundl
● Moosbach in Angerberg
● Brixentaler Ache from Wörgl, Kirchbichl to Hopfgarten
● Kehlbach in Kelchsau
● Inn loop in Angath
● Inn from Wörgl - Kirchbichl
● Wildalmseen in zhe Kelchsau

Dogs are welcome at these lakes in the vicinity

  • checkReinthalersee near Kramsach (only on the western shore)

  • checkStimmersee natural swimming lake in Langkampfen (only from the forest side)

  • checkBerglsteinersee lake in Kramsach

  • checkPillersee lake in St. Ulrich in the Pillerseetal valley

  • checkWalchsee in Kaiserwinkl (extra dog beach)

  • checkWaldbad Gieringer Weiher in Reith near Kitzbühel (extra dog beach)

  • checkAchensee (except lido)

  • checkWildalm lakes in Kelchsau (towards "Schafsiedel")

Vets in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

Veterinary Salvet

Veterinary Salvet
Veterinary Salvet
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Hopfgarten im Brixental
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VET-DOC

VET-DOC
VET-DOC
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Care & pet supplies in the Hohe Salve holiday region

Fressnapf Handels GmbH

Fressnapf Handels GmbH
Fressnapf Handels GmbH
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Barf Dog

Barf Dog
Barf Dog
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Hundesalon Irmgard

Hundesalon Irmgard
Hundesalon Irmgard
Open todayHopfgarten im Brixental
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Out and about with dogs on the pasture area

Out and about with dogs on the pasture area
Out and about with dogs on the pasture area

In summer, cows, sheep, goats and horses graze on the pasture areas. These may feel threatened by your four-legged companion. Correct conduct when encountering grazing animals is thus particularly important. The most important tips and rules for your own safety are clearly listed here.

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