Unternberg

Insider tip in Salzburger Lungau

Holidays in Unternberg mean being able to enjoy a relaxing stay with friendly hosts at nicely furnished, family-style accommodations.

In the sunny south of Salzburg at 1025 m above sea level, Unternberg represents an affordable summer or winter alternative in the midst of UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Salzburger Lungau.
The cultural attraction is Schloss Moosham. There, guided tours of the castle museum are offered throughout the year. Below the castle is an absolute paradise for R/C pilots – an airfield for remote-control aircraft.

 

Winter Experiences

In winter, the local Unternberg ski area, the Katschberg, is easy to reach by car or using the convenient ski bus. Likewise, all of the surrounding ski areas in Salzburger Lungau are just a few minutes away. Enjoy winter sports in clear, healthy mountain air on nicely groomed slopes.
As an alternative, you might prefer to go on a relaxed cross-country skiing expedition, winter hiking on clear pathways or try your hand at ice stock on a frozen pond under the lights.

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Summer getaways

The small holiday village of Unternberg is an ideal base in summer for hiking, Nordic walking as well as cycling and mountain biking tours. Guests who love outdoor activity will definitely find what they are looking for in the mountains of Lungau. Alongside the River Mur, you can relax and enjoy nature in the Mur recreation area . In Unternberg, folk customs are alive and well, giving you a marvelous opportunity to experience a diverse cultural program during your stay.

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  • Contact

    Unternberg Tourist Office

    Salzburger Lungau Katschberg Tourist Office
    Am Dorfplatz 12
    5585 Unternberg
    T: +43 (0) 6474 621418
    E: unternberg@salzburgerlungau.at

    Hours:
    Monday and Thursday, 8 AM - 12 noon

    KATSCHBERG GROSSECK-SPEIERECK ST. MICHAEL ST. MARGARETHEN MUHR THOMATAL ZEDERHAUS UNTERNBERG

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