The Hirzer Cable Car runs from April to November from the village of Saltaus/Saltusio up to 1980m. There is plenty of place to park your car in Saltaus/Saltusio. The cable car stops at a middle station enabling people to get in and out. At the mountain station Klammeben, there are many possibilities for hiking along the Hirzer high plateau and along the side valleys. The landlords of the mountain huts have various local specialities waiting for you to taste. Hospitality is a very big thing on the Hirzer. Thanks to the cable car, the hiking possibilities are numerous. Walkers on the E5 path can take a short cut on the part from St. Martin/S. Martino - Pfandleralm - Hirzer Hütte by using the cable car. A special highlight on the Hirzer high plateau is the Tallner Sunntige, Sunday entertainment in the summer.
Saltaus – Klammeben (both cableways)ADULTS· ascent & descent: € 18,50 · one way: € 13,00 CHILDREN 6-16 years· ascent & descent: €10,50 · one way: €8,00DOGS· ascent & descent: €5,00 · one way: €3,00 Saltaus - Prenn or Prenn - Klammeben (one cableway)ADULTS· ascent & descent: €13,00 · one way: €8,00 CHILDREN 6-16 years· ascent & descent: €8,00 · one way: €5,00DOGS· ascent & descent: €5,00 · one way: €3,00Bicycle transport:· €6,00 per bike (only Saltaus - Prenn)· From 9.00 am to 12.30 pm no bicycle transport· Free bicycle transport from 2.00 pmFree rides for children up to 6 years accompanied and for disabled persons (100% disability) with valid pass.Season ticket: €200,00Special price abatements on the occasion of the "Tallner Sunntig" (each first Sunday in the months from May to October)
Ski run for amateurs
Middle easy ski slope
Middle easy ski run
Connecting slope from Gampen to Grünbodenexpress
Very difficult slopes
Slope for beginners
Thanks to its 3 km length and minimal elevation difference, the Walten cross-country ski run is well suited to both children and learners. However, the trail also attracts more advanced skiers for its fast laps. In just a few minutes, you can reach the trail from Walten/Valtina from where it takes only 10 min to St. Leonhard/S. Leonardo (± 10 km). The cross-country ski run remains open and is free of charge.
On Thursdays (from January), between 5.30 and 9.30 pm, certain sections of the trail are lit up.
Day-Pass: € 5 · Season Ticket: € 35 - available at the inn Innerhütt
The wide track is well suited to skating and classic skiing, and is maintained on a daily basis. Just before and after arriving in Lazins/Lazines, there’s a trail to Zeppichl. This cross-country skiing trail is freely accessible without restrictions and has easy, medium-difficulty and challenging sections. On the way back to Pfelders/Plan (or Zeppichl) there’re a number of rapid descents, where skiers need to be on the lookout for pedestrians and oncoming cross-country skiers.
The route from Plan to the Lazinser Alm mountain pasture is rather tricky due in part to the long ascent and steep incline. But at the refuge in the wide valley basin below, one can enjoy almost effortless skiing at 680 m per lap on a 15 m run. The lap around Lazines is more challenging, at 1,336 m per lap on a 52 m run.
Toboggan run with a length of approx. 3000 m with varying slopes.
Ascent is by cable car with heated seat.
Starting point: Pfelders/Plan
Length: 0,45 km
Height: 1.600 m
Difference in altitude: 450 m
Illuminated toboggan track: no
Degree of difficulty: middle
Natural toboggan track: yes
Toboggan track for children: yes
Description: behind the Gampen lift starts the toboggan track with a length of 450 m.
Starting point: Walten/Valtina, winter park STOCKIT
Length: 0,2 km
Height: 1.350 m
Difference in altitude: 50 m
Degree of difficulty: easy