Our guesthouse is sunny and quiet at 1,130 meters above sea level and has a wonderful panorama view from our terrace on St. Martin and the surrounding mountains!
You can reach us from St. Martin on a well-developed road in about 7 minutes.
In summer, you have a direct access to 5 circular hiking trails and the St. Martin Panorama Route.
In winter, the toboggan run and the ski run of St. Martin’s family ski area start in front of our doorstep. One of the cross-country ski trails is only 5 minutes away.
Are you traveling south or back? – Take your break on the Buttermilchalm!
Recharge your batteries at our hotel – enjoy our home-style cuisine and relax in our comfortable rooms.
Are you a biker? – Cruise on the well-developed road through the beautiful countryside to us. On our terrace, you can relax on a shady or a sunny spot.
The Buttermilchalm is the ideal destination for bus travelers – our terrace and guest room offer plenty of space and a wonderful view on the mountains.
We care for your physical well-being by providing you with Austrian specialties.
For buses, cars and motorcycles, there is a large car park which is also accessible in winter.
Our renowned cuisine serves Austrian specialties, homemade pastries and our farm products.
Rest with a good meal and enjoy the magnificent view!
Our spacious, comfortable rooms are traditionally equipped with Austrian furniture.
They have a bath or shower, WC and balcony as well as free internet access.
From 37 € per person per night you can book a room including a generous breakfast.
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The Gasthof Buttermilchalm has 8 cozy, traditionally furnished double rooms and 1 triple room.
On our large terrace, you can enjoy the sun and the view on the mountain panorama and St. Martin.
Your children will have fun on our playground with trampoline, climbing frame, swings and slide.
For cars, motorcycles and buses, there is ample parking on our property. Bicycle racks are located directly at the house.
Both the access road to the Buttermilchalm and the parking lots are cleared and scattered in winter.
Bed and breakfast for children aged 0 to 7 years in their parents’ room costs € 10 per night.
Children aged 8 to 13 years receive a 25% discount on the normal price.
For single occupancy of a double or triple room we charge extra costs of € 10 per person per night.
For short stays up to 3 days we charge extra costs of € 5 per person per night.
A cleaning fee of € 8 per night is charged per dog.
Our toboggan run is equipped with floodlight and starts right next to our and ends in the village center. It is about 2 kilometers long and a pleasure for old and young!
Further unlit toboggan runs in St. Martin lead from the Höllalm, the Sittleralm and the stalk material into the valley.
If you do not want to walk uphill, try the Karkogelbahn in Abtenau. Prices and opening times can be found on the website of the tourist office Abtenau.
A great fun is the snowtubing – you slide on top of big air-filled tires over the groomed snow. A lift will take you to the departure points. Then it goes along a length of about 400 meters down through the snow channel at speeds that give you the feeling of hovering over the slopes. The snow tubing system is also equipped with floodlights.
For further information and reservations, please contact the Gappmaier family.
St. Martins ski area with mild and moderate slopes is perfect for beginners, families and returners. One of the slopes is located right next to the Buttermilchalm.
Even in winter you can summit the top of the mountains! The Skischule Werfenweng offers guided ski mountaineering tours with qualified guides and trial tours in the hillside landscape.
If you do not know yet: Ski mountaineering is climbing mountains either on skis or carrying them, and then descending on skis ideally off groomed snow.
The network of cross-country skiing trails of St. Martin with its more than 30 kilometers of easy and medium-heavy is daily groomed and will make your heart miss a beat. Both the skating style and the classic style are allowed.
On gentle hillsides and challenging climbs, you can ski over alps and through forests to the higher trails with a view of the Tennengebirge and Dachsteinmassiv.
Start to snowshoeing around the village, and take a break with hot tea in an alpine cabin.
Travel with your dog? – No problem, because in St. Martin there are many cleared winter walks, where you can enjoy nature together with your beloved four-legged friend.
A winter hiking map is available at the local tourist office.
Warmly wrapped in woolen blankets, you can really relax on a sleigh ride and enjoy the surroundings of St. Martin.
Here you can find information and prices about different routes with the horse sleds.
Are you in the mood to take sauna? Then visit one of the spas in the neighborhood of St. Martin.
The Aqua Salza in Golling combines the saunas and the Beauty World with a family-friendly waterpark. Sauna nights, Kaiserbad and massages invite you to relax.
The Therme Spa Amadé offers you a generously arranged pool area, a variety of sauna rooms and a – among others – a unique, thrilling looping slide. Most of the pools contain saline water. Because of the pleasant water temperature of the outdoor pools you can even swim outside in winter.
A real spectacle from mid-November to mid-December are the Krampus runs, where Krampusse with horned masks, rattling chains and bells swan through the streets – also in St. Martin!
Those who prefer it more peacefully can make a detour to the Salzkammergut on the evening of the 5th of January to marvel at the Glöckler Parade.
In between, many musical events take place. A program for St. Martin and the surrounding area can be found on Experience sand excursions in the wintry region Tennengau.
Would you like to enjoy the pre-Christmas atmosphere with a glass of hot wine punch? – Visit the Advent markets in St. Martin, Rußbach or Annaberg-Lungötz or the Christkindlmarkt in Salzburg. More information can be found on Christmas time in the region Tennengau and on travel guide for Salzburg.
Whether Tennengebirge, Bischofsmütze or Dachstein – for you as a mountaineer, alpine tours and vie ferrate are suggested:
For a cycling trip with the whole family, you can choose one of the two cycling trails:
Visit the Seepark in the center of St. Martin! The waterpark is a biological bathing lake with fresh spring water, has a water surface of 6700 square meters and is surrounded by a park. Enjoy:
Anglers can have a nice time in St. Martin. Professionals can fish in the Lammer-Schöberlbach-Karbach waters (on a length of about 5.4 kilometers) from 1 April to 30 September.
Beginners can take part in a fishing session every Friday (late May to early October) and every Saturday (July and August) from 12.00 a.m. to 06.00 p.m., with the team of the Alpengasthof Lämmerhof providing advice and assistance. The large catch is fried for you and served with bread and salad.
Is it the adventure of your dreams? – In that case you are at the right place at the team of Adventure Center Flachau.
Rafting, riverdancing, canyoning and much more is possible. In company of outdoor guides, you can experience the watercourse through picturesque gorges.
All information can be found on the website of Almlust – Adventure Center Flachau.
By the way: With the St. Martiner GuestCard you get 10% discount when you book an activity at the tourist office.
Have you always wanted to try the art of archery? – This is possible in St. Martin during the summer season every Thursday from 04.30 p.m. in the Martinerhof!
You will shoot at ring and motive targets or 3D targets.
Would you like to enjoy the nature of St. Martin on horseback?
Take advantage of the extensive horse riding network in the Lammertal that stretches from St. Martin via Lungötz, Annaberg, Rußbach to Abtenau.
The Reiterhof Martinerhof offers professional riding lessons and guided leisure riding.
Why not go for a relaxing day out in the countryside?
On a horse-drawn carriage ride, you can discover romantic places around St. Martin. Wrapped in warm blankets, you can enjoy the fresh ride on the face.
Hold your tennis match surrounded by the mountains of the Tennengau!
In the center of St. Martin there are 2 tennis courts available.
With pre-registration, you can use the well-kept squares from 08.00 a.m. to 05.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday for the cost of € 10, – per hour.
The annual highlights in the summer season are the Almtanz at the Schöberlalm in July, the Almroas in August and the HeuArt-Fest in September!
The Almroas (alp journey) takes place at the same time on the Buttermilchalm, the Schöberlalm, the Karalm and the Spiessalm, which are connected by wonderful hiking trails. Four bands playing Austrian folk music will lift the spirits at the alpine cabins, while the culinary delights are served by dairymaids.
Here is the current event calendar for St. Martin am Tennengebirge.
The history of the country Salzburg, you can marvel at many places, for example, in the Salzwelten in Hallein, the Celtic Village on the Dürrnberg or the World Heritage Museum Hallstatt in the Salzkammergut region.
On the website of the local tourist office you will find a large selection of excursion destinations and sights. (Select your language with the google translation link ‘Sprache auswählen’.)
(19 December 2021 – 27 March 2022)
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(09 May 2021 – 31 October 2021)
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