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Is your child still too young for a ski course? Is your child injured, needs a break from skiing or simply does not want to ski one day?
Leave your child in our Guest Kindergarten, which offers a varied day for your child while you can enjoy the slopes in peace!
For children from 2 years - no skiing!
Pedagogic child-minders can be booked hourly, half-hours and for a full day
Closed on Saturdays
What could be more romantic than a ride in a horse-drawn carriage through the magical winter wonderland that is Sankt Johann-Alpendorf? Let your fairy-tale dreams come true! Whisking through fresh snow with warm blanket around your knees, you will be transported to another time and place. Cherish this extraordinary experience – a horse-drawn carriage ride through our scenic valleys.
There are two providers of horse-drawn carriage rides in Sankt Johann-Alpendorf, please contact them to book a ride:
Mr. Hubert Holleis
Tel. 0043 664 3565537
Tel. 0043 6412 8024 or 0043 664 2031788
opening times: by appointment only
1 trip takes about 1 hour, maximum 10 people per sled
The toboggan is one of the oldest pieces of winter sports equipment in the Alps – quite simply, it’s a classic. To this day, it remains a source of infinite enjoyment for young and old alike, with countless natural and man-made runs throughout Salzburg’s many valleys.
Start: Hahnbaumalm Restaurant (altitude approx. 1.100m)
Finish: city center of Sankt Johann (altitude approx. 650m)
Easy access to the start via the Hahnbaum double chair lift. The chair is open until 4pm, later ascents possible by taxi (approx. €35.00 one way for up to 8 pax, tariff will vary according to the meter).
There are 3 different hiking - trails, which surround the Ramsauer Hochplateau.
For example the Rittisberg Fairytale trail. From the start of the walk at Ramsau Beach, next to the Rittisberg 4-seater chair lift valley station, follow a wide forest path through the wood to the Rittisstadl. Dotted along the route, which is a good 1.5 hour walk, are approximately 30 fairytale stops to entertain visitors. If children have paid close attention at each stop, when they reach Rittisstadl they can complete a fairytale quiz to win a small prize.