Mariapfarr, one of the Silent Night hamlets, is nestled in the holiday region of Salzburger Lungau
and known as one of the sunniest places in Austria. Numerous skiing areas jointly making up 150 kilometres of slopes guarantee snow and lots of fun. Ski tours, cross-country skiing, hiking,
horse-drawn carriage rides and rustic huts all complement the beautiful magic of winter that lies in the air.
Another Silent Night community, Wagrain
, is one of eight winter sport resorts in the Salzburger Sportwelt
. Together with the villages of Flachau, Wagrain-Kleinarl, St. Johann-Alpendorf, Radstadt, Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Eben and Filzmoos, they form the core of Ski amadé – Austria’s largest recreational skiing paradise.
, located between the city of Salzburg and Dachstein, is a dream location for winter sport enthusiasts allowing for the perfect mix of both families and winter athletes. The provincial capital of Tennengau is Hallein
, a further Silent Night location, which has become a favourite region for cross-country and backcountry skiing.
In winter the city of Salzburg
is the ideal place to combine being outside in nature with cultural delights: 4,000 cultural events
take place every year and 20 museums
offer top-notch programmes. Enjoy lovely winter walks in the Old City of Salzburg
– try going up the Mönchsberg and the Kapuzinerberg, or stroll along the River Salzach, or maybe even walk to Hellbrunn.