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  • Dachstein Cycle Path   167 Km / 2.172 m
  • Edelweißspitze   1,6 / 161 m
  • Fuschertörl - Großglockner   27 Km / 1.663 m
  • Fuschlsee   36,8 Km / 520 m
  • Hochtor - Großglockner   6 Km / 242 m
  • Obertauern   155 Km / 2.730 m
  • Postalm   90 Km / 1.528 m
  • Saalbach - Hinterglemm   64 Km / 523 m
  • Salzkammergut 4 Lakes Tour   134 Km / 1.217 m
  • Salzkammergut Cycle Path - Mondsee Salzburg  97,8 Km / 918 m
  •  The province of Salzburg has an area of 7154.23 km². Salzburg is divided into five districts whose boundaries are identical with the districts of the countrys: Flachgau – Salzburg and Salzburg surroundings, Tennengau - Hallein, Pinzgau - Zell am See, Pongau - St. Johann im Ponau and Lungau - Tamsweg.

    The highest mountain is the Großvenediger with a height of 3.662m. In the 13th Century was founded in Bavaria, one archiepiscopal territory. 1328 was Salzburg an independent state. In the 15th and 16th Century was next to the still existing salt mining the gold mining in Rauris and Gastein Valley in Salzburg economically important. At the beginning of the 19th Century. Salzburg became part of the Austrian Empire.

    Of the many different customs in Salzburg particularly the devil runs in November and December, Glöckler and demons at Christmas time are very interesting. In summer are the processions with the Prangstangen and in Lungau the Samson – processions very interesting. In the city of Salzburg is 5 day festival - Rupertikirtag one of the most traditional festivals.
    Of great tourist importance during the summer are the many hiking areas, Mountainbike Tours, the region Salzkammergut and the city Salzburg. In winter, millions of tourists come to the ski areas in the province of Salzburg. They can skiing, snowboarding, sledding, cross country skiing, ice skating, winter hiking and much more.

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