Current status of the paths & hiking trails in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
Due to forestry and construction work, severe weather and other incidents, there may be trail blockages in summer on the hiking and walking trails or footpaths. To prevent this from taking you by surprise, on this page you’ll find all important details and additional tour tips. On the interactive map, all blockages, the affected trails and possible alternative routes are indicated. For your personal safety, please notethe waymarking and observe any mandatory and prohibition signs.
Good to know
checkOverview updated daily
checkFurther route suggestions and alternative options
checkInformation also available in the info offices of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
The Kelchsauer Landesstraße has been reopened to one lane and with traffic lights since Friday, 10.09.2021.
Currently closed hiking and bike trails
checkThe Kurze Grund in Kelchsau is open again for motorists/hikers/cyclists, but the road still has a number of deficiencies due to the storm.
checkHiking trail to Neue Bambergerhütte #718 (Kelchsau) has been renovated, but is only accessible to experienced hikers.
checkHiking trail between Kraftalm and Barm (#69) in Itter is closed.
checkHiking trail no. 13 is closed between Itter village square and Camping Schlossberg in Itter until the end of September
checkArea between Pinnersdorf / Pfaffenberg and Möslalm in Wörgl is closed extensively due to forestry work. This affects both MTB trail 337 and hiking trail no. 13.
If you notice any damage to the trails, please report this to one of the info offices of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve or to the cable cars. The team of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve will be happy to help you with any questions and comments!
The interactive map of the Kitzbühel Alps
A wide range of hiking tips of many different distances and difficulty levels can be found on the interactive map. There you can also directly see the opening status of the tour and find suitable routes.
Varied tour tips
GPS data and description
elevation gain, duration, route distance, etc.
Simply select filter category, choose suitable tour and set off on your hike!