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Golden Gate & Treetop Trail
Quilting on the mountain
The highest tree-top trail in Europe is situated at the end of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm valley. It is a unique project, combining the trail with an Alpine “Golden Gate” suspension bridge.
This natural circular tour starts at the parking area at the end of the valley and runs for a length of 2 kms over meadows, mountain fields and through the forest. The one kilometre tree-top trail starts at the Lindlingalm and includes the 200 metre long “Alpine Golden Gate Bridge”. In the summer it is possible to use the small valley train to get there and back (around 4 trains in total). In winter it is a nice walk through a wonderful winterland, or alternatively a beautiful drive in a horse-drawn sleigh.
The Golden Gate Bridge is part of the tree-top trail. The bridge is up to 42 metres high and spans a valley, in which the source of river Saalbach flows. From the bridge there is a breathtaking panoramic view across the mountains and also over the high-rope park, which is situated under and runs parallel with the bridge. The most promising and spectacular views however are from the 600 metre long tree-top trail. It is a massive construction in larchwood - up to 30 m above ground - with steps, towers, platforms and bridges.
Above the treetops several play stations are waiting for big and small explorers. The Treetop path is part of the Kids Hiking Challenge.
The Glemmtaler tree-top trail is an ideal excursion for nature-lovers, families, school groups, companies, senior citizens, associations, firms and youth groups.
Open all year round
December until end March, Tuesday until Sunday from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm
May until October, daily from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm
A ticket machine is available outside opening hours. The entry turnstile unlocks after inserting the money (coin changer available). No tree top-trail caps are issued when using the ticket machine.