The Zell am See District of Salzburg is virtually tailor-made for a walking vacation: breathtaking alpine landscapes with a panoramic views towards green slopes, past high summits, and onto more than 30 spectacular 3000 m peaks. The deep blue sparkling, lake Zell invites you to swim after this varied walking tour; another option is the hotel swimming pond of Palace Kammer. Enjoy a relaxing sauna session or a meal of authentic Pinzgauer Kasnockn (cheese dumplings) in the rural snuggery. The palace-village Maishofen is an excellent starting place for the region's most picturesque walking tours, and it also has a plethora of things to discover. The Großglockner, Austria's highest peak at 3798 metres, as well as Europe's tallest waterfalls in Krimml, are both well worth a visit. Don't miss out on any of these incredible opportunities!
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