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Fun for everyone!
At Biberg there's is a 2 pers. chairlift. For those who don't want to walk down, there's a great alternative: take the 'summer alpine slide' ...
This is a 1,6 kms long slide with 61 curves and 2 jumps, taking you down 345 vertical metres.
Go up in the lift, take a luge at the departure point and rush down the mountain ...
Of course you can use the mountain station of the lift as the perfect starting point for several walks starting at Biberg.
12.05.12 - 13.05.12, 17.05.12 - 20.05.12, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
26.05.12 - 06.07.12 & 20.08 - 23.09.2012 daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
07.07.12 - 16.08.12 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
24.09.12 - 07.10.12 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Groups: registrations required: Tel. +43 (0) 6582 72173 or +43 (0) 6584 7301
Due to safety reasons, the summer alpine slide and the chairlift are closed during rain and bad weather!
Since there are so many possible combination tickets (with or without discount with guestcard), that it's too much to repeat them all here.
You can find the different possibilities and combinations on this website.
If you have the Salzburgerlandkarte you get 20% discount when buying a single ticket.
Children under 6 always ride for free, but have to be accompagnied (in the same slide) by someone of at least 16 years old. Between 6 and 11 the children get a discount on their ticket, but must still be accompagnied, but they can have their own slide. It's only as of the age of 12 they can ride completely unaccompagnied.
Updated Dec 3, 2012
Address: at Biberg, Kehlbach 9, 5760 Saalfelden
Phone: +43 (0) 6582 72173
The Parish Church is quite easily found, just follow the location of the Church spire from the Rathaus.
The Church was very old, dating back to 1000, now we are looking at a newer Church, a result of being rebuilt twice after fires.
Since 2000, the Church has been restored, including the historic Mauracher organ.
I was able to go and look at the inside of this Church.
Updated Mar 28, 2012
This town is one that has frescoes on buildings, and also some very pretty designs painted around windows and doors.
I found the best way to see these, is to walk around the old part of town, this is where they are located.
Written Mar 28, 2012
How could you possibly miss this bright red Rathaus, I really don't think you could!
I thought it a real eye-catcher! Its located in Rathausplatz, where there are outdoor Cafes to enjoy your time! Check it out!
Written Mar 28, 2012
Address: Rathausplatz 1