In the Ausseerland-Salzkammergut region, where snowfall is guaranteed, the winter is approached freshly and gently.
Mountains and lakes reveal their winter charm in Ausseerland-Salzkammergut. Nestled between the foothills of the Grimming (Europe's highest free-standing mountain) and the Kemet Mountains, the Bad Mitterndorf thermal cross-country skiing trail runs for around seven kilometres through the nature reserve, past the wildly romantic Salza reservoir. This is a particularly good place to rest, because the impressive landscape that surrounds you lets your body and mind find peace.
The Thermenloipe runs along a dreamlike scenery with a slight ascent through Bad Mitterndorf. Along the way, you can enjoy a hearty snack at the Goaßhittn. The homemade specialities are accompanied by cider and natural juices. One can even warm up with the help of mulled cider and teas. The GrimmingTherme is the entry and exit point.
Winter resort tip: On a sunny winter morning, it pays to be first on the trail. Glide over the fresh snow, breathe in the winter scent and then recharge your batteries in the GrimmingTherme - that's the way to go. Not only the thermal water is soothing here, but also the impressive view of the Grimming massif.