Famed for its spectacular views, Hohe Salve Mountain is a great place from which to admire the bonfires that light up all over the mountains as night falls on the longest day of the year.
The 1,828-meter summit of Hohe Salve Mountain in the Kitzbühel Alps is perhaps the most stunning view you’ll find in Tirol and the perfect destination for amazing natural beauty. And one of the best days to go there is each year in June, when Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year, marks the beginning of summer. This year, the spectacular mountain fire display falls on June 16 and the views on clear days will leave you breathless. Live music will be offered from 7:30pm onwards and a huge bonfire will warm visitors as from 9:00pm. Moreover, you can join a guided tour of the tiny Salven Chapel.
The gondolas that sweep you from Hopfgarten and Söll to the top of Hohe Salve Mountain will be in operation from 7:00pm to 11:00pm.
The 1,828-meter summit of Hohe Salve Mountain in the Kitzbühel Alps is perhaps the most stunning view you’ll find in Tirol and the perfect…