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A Must-See in Upper Austria‘s Salzkammergut region


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Treetop Walk Salzkammergut

Stroll on the GrĂŒnberg –
and beyond

Discover the GrĂŒnberg high above its forests and the surrounding nature on the treetop path – with a breathtaking view of the Alps and Gmunden reflected in the Traunsee. Breathe the fresh air, switch off from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, recharge your batteries and get inspired.

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The GrĂŒnberg in Gmunden: Travel-Tip in Austria


In the tunnel slide, visitors experience pure action over a length of 75 metres

The Slide

Up you go walking, down you go with Wooohooo: In the observation tower of the tree top walk, the 75 metre long tunnel slide, whose entrance is on a 28 metre high platform, provides fun and thrill.

The GrĂŒnbergalm serves coffee and homemade cakes to visitors of the Treetop Walk

Restaurant „GrĂŒnbergalm“

Close to the treetop path you will find the rustic GrĂŒnbergalm with its typical upper-Austrian cuisine that will delight every gourmet. The panorama terrace stimulates the taste buds with a wonderful view!

The playground with its wobbly trunks provides plenty of action and fun for kids

Children’s Climbing Park

Across from the GrĂŒnbergalm, little nature lovers will find an adventure playground with a view of the mountains if they still have energy for fun outdoor games after a walk along the Treetop Walk and a delicious lunch.

The summer toboggan run on the GrĂŒnberg provides fun and amusement for young and old alike.

Alpine Coaster

The summer toboggan run on top of GrĂŒnberg mountain rounds off an eventful day in nature with an unforgettable experience. Be prepared to ride the 1.4 km long, steep track!

The Ramsaualm invites hikers to linger and enjoy themselves

Laudachsee and Ramsaualm

For hikers: Take a walk to the Laudachsee, a lake midst the nature reserve! After about an hour’s walk from the Treetop Walk Salzkammergut, you’ll find a fabulous mountain lake with emerald green water. The Ramsaualm near the lake delights guests with delicious food.

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FAQs about the Treetop Walk Salzkammergut



Can I take my dog with me on the path?

Can I take my dog with me on the path?

Dogs* and animals of all kinds are not allowed on the trail.

In addition to the hygiene aspect, the safety aspect (for animals and humans) plays a major role in this decision. Most responsible owners keep a close eye on their animals, but dogs can still show unexpected social behaviour towards strangers and also towards their peers. A fear of heights in dogs can also trigger flight behaviour. Unfortunately, the narrow path offers neither retreat nor escape possibilities for animals nor for people with a fear of dogs.

There are doghouses with drinking water available for your four-legged friends at the treetop path, and you can use them free of charge.

Last key allocation for dog-boxes one hour before the ticket office closes!

Information on this is available at the ticket office.

*Exception: disabled companion dogs and care assistance dogs.

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Is the trail open in bad weather? Can I visit the Treetop Walk if it’s rainy or snowy?

Is the trail open in bad weather? Can I visit the Treetop Walk if it’s rainy or snowy?

Yes, the path is open the whole year, even when it rains. When it snows the path is cleared and can be walked on.

Only in the event of thunderstorms, hail, storms and ice, we reserve the right to close the trail for safety reasons.

If we have to close the trail at short notice, we will announce it here on the website, on Facebook and Instagram. We recommend that you check back on the day of your visit before you head out!

Please note: The opening hours for the slide are different from those on the trail. In case of rain, snow, high humidity or bad weather, the slide will remain closed or may be closed at short notice.

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Is the trail accessible by wheelchair? Is the Treetop Walk barrier-free/ suitable for prams?

Is the trail accessible by wheelchair? Is the Treetop Walk barrier-free/ suitable for prams?

The walkway on the mountain, which leads to the Treetop Walk Salzkammergut, and the path itself including the observation tower are designed to be fully accessible and age friendly.

With a maximum gradient of 6%, the path is accessible for wheelchair users or families with prams.

Areas without ascents offer resting opportunities along the way.

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Make holiday in the Salzkammergut region


Did your visit to the treetop path whet your appetite for more and would you like to discover other places in the Traunsee-Almtal valley? The largest region of the Salzkammergut not only has beautiful nature to offer, but also many cultural and culinary attractions: Exhibitions, museums, hotels, cafés and restaurants. You are in the right place for an unforgettable holiday!

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Give the gift of an experience


Looking for a gift idea for a special person, colleague or employee? We have the solution. How about an experience that will be remembered for a lifetime? Just get in touch with us!

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Bus or school trip to the Treetop Walk


Pupils and children have fun taking a group photo on the treetop path at dizzy heights

Whether it’s a club weekend, a company event or a school trip: the Treetop Walk Salzkammergut with its trademarks, the tower and slide, will lift your joint trip to amazing heights. Everything you need to plan your trip to the GrĂŒnberg in Gmunden, such as our low group rate, group tours and information for travel companies, is just one click away:

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