When you spend your well-earned vacation at the Landhaus Leogang you can choose between a wide variety of leisure activities in the region of Leogang – you'll be amazed!
The picturesque village of Leogang is located in beautiful Salzburg County in the district of Pingzau.
The charming village of Leogang is loved by locals and visitors alike. But don't be fooled by its rustic Alpine charm: This is a traditional village with a modern philosophy and innovative ideas dedicated to providing sustainable tourist attractions, hospitality and excellent leisure facilities without losing its identity or forgetting its roots.
100 years ago mountaineers came to explore the fascinating peaks and unique rock formations of Leogang's Steinberg Mountain and Steinernes Meer (Petrified Sea) mountains. Since then neither expense nor effort have been spared in expanding the region to an ideal holiday destination. Located near the beautiful town of Saalfelden, Leogang offers everything your heart desires: Wonderful natural beauty spots, stunning mountain panoramas, crystal clear lakes, action-packed sporting and leisure time activities, relaxation and recreation, traditional and reinterpreted cuisine and above all the second-to-none hospitality of the locals.
Thanks to its unique location Leogang is the ideal holiday destination all year round. Both in the village itself and in the immediate vicinity there are countless sights and excursion destinations: You can visit the neighbouring towns of Saalfelden, Zell am See and Saalbach. In winter the Skizirkus Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang offers almost unlimited skiing with over 200 kms of well-groomed slopes, 52 ski lifts, free-ride trails, floodlit slopes and much more! Enjoy the magical winter wonderland in Leogang and Saalfelden on the12 km-long network of cross country skiing trails, ice skating or a game of curling!
Enchanting walks, unforgettable Alpine tours and numerous climbing routes at all levels of difficulty attract outdoor enthusiasts and connoisseurs to the Leogang Region in spring, summer and autumn. 365 days a year Leogang and its surroundings offer unbeatable leisure time and sporting facilities for hobby athletes, sports enthusiasts and for those who simply enjoy the great outdoors.
The close proximity to Tyrol means that you can easily visit to the world famous medieval town of Kitzbühel, known for its exciting ski races and celebrity status.
The sheer magnitude of leisure facilities makes Leogang one of Austria's most popular destinations in spring, summer, autumn and winter. There's something to suit everyone's taste; glacial or downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, ski touring, snow-shoe hiking, mountain biking, hiking, climbing, race-biking, golfing, horse riding, paragliding or swimming. Experience a romantic snow-shoe hike up to the Reiterkogel Peak or a thrilling mountain bike ride on the Schattberg. Or go a gentle hike: In Leogang and the surrounding area you have more than 400 kms of marked trails to choose from.
Enjoy quiet hours of sunbathing and swimming at one of the nearby lakes – the Salzburg Lake District is renowned for its water purity. Spend a day at the Zeller See or Ritzensee Lake surrounded by a breath-taking mountain panorama and discover the true meaning of relaxation. Smaller lakes freeze over in the winter turning them into enchanting natural ice rinks in the middle of the winter wonderland Leogang!
Art, history and culture enthusiasts will be overwhelmed by the range of museums, exhibitions, galleries and historical sights the region and the nearby City of Salzburg have to offer. The birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart invites music lovers and historians to find out more about the life and times of the city's genius son and to visit the magnificent Baroque churches and medieval fortress. The city, that is also home of the “Sound of Music”, welcomes fans and gives them the chance to relive the story of the Von Trapp Family. Soak up the unique atmosphere that engulfs the city during the Salzburg Festival weeks in the summer or enjoy the charm and romance of the Christmas Markets in the winter. Traditional and authentic festivities such as the Farmers' Autumn Festival (Pinzgauer Bauernherbst) or more modern cultural events such as the famous Jazz Festival round off the comprehensive cultural programme.