Your entrance ticket to the many great attractions in Saalbach-Hinterglemm is the Joker Card. The following attractions can be used for free with the Joker Card.
- Unlimited use of the cable cars in operation in Saalbach Hinterglemm
- Tennis courts Hinterglemm
- Noddy Train
- Hiking bus in Saalbach-Hinterglemm
- Outdoor swimming pool Saalbach
- 10 guided hikes per week
- Slide lecture
- Museum of local history / Ski museum
- Mount Kodok
- Montelino Adventure Castle
- Herbal Path
You can also benefit from many discounts at many attractions in the surroundings.
The poor clown has had his cap stolen. The sinister goblin is behind it. For the clown to get his cap back, 10 riddles must be solved at Mount Kodok. Here you'll experience an adventurous hike for the whole family. Those who solve all the riddles will get the magic word to outfight the goblin and recapture the cap. As a reward for the adventures, you will get a great "cap-sticker" as a memento of the adventures lived through, in return for a fully completed adventure pass at the cash desk of the lower terminus.
In Austria's largest high ropes course, your head for heights will be severely tested. Learn to fly and glide above the head of the valley at 70 km/h and a height of 100 m. Three new gigantic zip lines make it possible. The high ropes course consists of several courses at various levels from 3 to 40 m height and challenges both courage and skill. Climbing, balancing, sliding and swinging are all required. All in all, the high ropes course in Saalbach-Hinterglemm provides a total length of 5 km of fun and action.
Enjoy the great views of Europe's highest located treetop trail. Massive larch wood designs with stairways, towers, bridges and platforms make the breathtaking backdrop of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm valley head come alive in a very special way. Hike across the longest pedestrian bridge in the Alps. The 200 metre long bridge suspended at a height of 40 metres is also known as the Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps.
Explore the world of water in the "Devil's Water" theme park. These spaciously laid out park leads you past numerous play and wellness stations, all focusing on the subject of water. A Kneipp pool, fishing pond, forest playhouse, mill wheel or a rock pool are just some of the park's stations. The Devil's Water also provides various rest areas for having a snack. The free hiking trail is particularly suitable for family outings.
A further highlight for children and families is the giant adventure playground "Schnitza’s Wood Park". In Schnitza’s Wood Park, creativity and a love of adventure are required as well as open eyes for nature and some courage. A pram-friendly path leads through the park, and for the little ones there is a roofed sandpit as well as a wooden platform with building blocks to play with. The giant wooden animals populating the entire park make for wide little eyes. Once a week, Herbert Aschaber gives a woodcarving demonstration and the little ones can try their hand at carving some hiking poles. Extreme-Minigolf, toss-the-can, pendulum bowling, wooden bowl catching and much more provide even more diversion.