Dogs* or any other animals are unfortunately not allowed on the walkway.
However, dog kennels are available at the Treetop Walk, which you can use free of charge.
You can find further information at the ticket Office.
*Exception: Disabled companion and assistance dogs.
Tickets can be purchased at the Treetop Walk ticket office. Combined tickets including ascent and descent are available from the Grünberg cable car valley station.
Admission until 1 hour before closing.
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Yes, the walkway is open when it rains, and it is cleared of any snow in winter.
We only reserve the right to close the walk for safety reasons in case of thunderstorms, hail, storms and ice.
The entrance is on the right behind the Grünbergalm when leaving the Grünberg cable car summit station. The path is signposted.
It’s about 5 minutes on foot.
Unfortunately, the Treetop Walk is not accessible by car, as there are no public roads leading up the Grünberg.
You can reach us by cable car from the foot of the Grünberg, or on foot (approx. 90 min.).
Of course, children are allowed on the Treetop Walk. However, children under the age of 14 need to be accompanied by an adult.
The walkway is also accessible, i.e. you can also comfortably access the Treetop Walk with a pushchair or wheelchair.
Families benefit from a family tariff!
Unfortunately, no! You are not allowed to use the Treetop Walk on inline skates, skateboards, city scooters or bicycles for safety reasons.
The treetop walk has a total length of 1,400 meters. The visit time varies between one hour and two hours, depending on how long you spend on the learning and experience stations on the walkway. Exciting learning boards and hands-on stations impart interesting facts about the animal kingdom and the flora of the forest. Adventure stations give a fun variety with bobble elements at lofty heights.
In addition, the treetop walk is always provided with relaxation areas with seating that invite you to relax and unwind in nature.
Hikers can take the footpath back down into the valley after visiting the walk. We also recommend taking a walk to Lake Laudach (about an hour from the walk), where you can rest and regain your strength
at the Ramsaualm.
Further leisure activities are available in the town of Gmunden, with its picturesque old town, the lakeside promenade, Orth Castle and the ceramics manufactory. Or simply relax and take a boat trip
on the Traunsee.
About half an hour's drive away, there’s another impressive nature experience to enjoy in the Cumberland Wildlife Park.
Disabled parking is available at the car park in front of the Grünberg cable car valley station, as well as all other public car parks in Gmunden.
The Grünberg cable car and the Treetop Walk are designed to be accessible.
The walkway has a maximum gradient of 6 %, and can therefore also be used by wheelchair users or parents with pushchairs.
There are several level resting areas along the way.
Disabled toilets are available in the Grünberg cable car valley station and close to the Treetop Walk exit.
A baby changing room is available in the Grünberg cable car valley station and in the Grünbergalm, free of charge.
There is a wheelchair service at the Treetop Walk Salzkammergut. Wheelchairs and walkers can be borrowed free of charge; please book by telephone.
Telephone reservations on +43 7612 / 219 00.
• When visitor numbers are particularly high, it is possible that all our buggies/carts are being used. We thank you for your understanding.
• Please note that a valid photo ID must be left at the ticket office as a deposit.
• You should collect your ID from the ticket office at least 1 hour prior to Closing.