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Schöneben Heidi's Alm Hütte


The comfortable Heidi's Alm Hutte chalet, located at the foot of the Hohe Tauern National Park, is part of the Schöneben holiday village. This is a family holiday park where fun and tranquility are paramount. The premier Austrian holiday home has space for up to 9 guests, with sleeping quarters split across four bedrooms. Three bedrooms have a double bed apiece, while the fourth bedroom has a bunk bed and a pull-out trundle bed. From the living room, you can enjoy fabulous views of the natural landscape, and there is a fully equipped kitchen with all the conveniences you need, plus a typical Austrian-style dining area. The large glass frontage leads to a sunny balcony and terrace with south-facing views, which also offer an ideal venue for al fresco dining. During your stay at Heidi’s Alm Hütte chalet, you get free entry to the nearby Kristall swimming pool at Wald im Pinzgau – a fun option for the children, and a refreshing swim for the adults. There is room to park two cars in the chalet’s covered parking space.

In winter, Heidi’s Alm Hütte chalet is located halfway between two ski resorts: the Zillertal Arena and the Wildkogel Arena. Your ski pass will give you free travel on the ski bus to either of these two venues, and there is a bus stop within comfortable walking distance. You can also begin a wonderful winter walk direct from your holiday home. And for a special treat, you could try a torchlight hike: Once a week this starts from the village of Krimml and ends at the Krimmler waterfalls – a truly magical experience! At the end of a long days’ winter sports, you’ll be ready to enjoy a warm, refreshing private sauna. And afterwards, your party can gather to chat around the wood-burning stove. What better way to end the day!

In summer, you can start each day with a great view over the stunning mountain landscape. Can you already see yourself sitting on the lovely south-facing balcony enjoying a cup of tea or coffee? Heidi’s Alm Hütte chalet is the perfect base for a flexible summer holiday in Austria. Within fifteen minutes you can be standing beside Europe's highest (tiered) waterfall, the Krimmler waterfalls. And the WasserWunderWelt theme park, near the waterfalls, is a great place to visit with children. You could take a trip to the Blausee, or board the Pinzgauer Lokalbahn railway to explore the surrounding villages, or even enjoy a day trip to the town of Zell am See.


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Price structure (based on 2 persons)

Included in the price

  • VAT
  • Booking fee € 50,00
  • Contribution SGR € 10,00
  • Firewood
  • Use of sauna
  • Accommodation damage insurance
  • Beds are already made when you arrive
  • Free Internet
  • Water and electricity
  • Bed linen & towels: p.p. € 23,50 *
  • Final cleaning service: € 225,00 *
  • Tourist tax p.p.p.n. *
    - Adults: € 2.00 *
    - Children: € 0.10 *
* Subject to changes'

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Layout and facilities


115m² (377 square feet)
Living room with sitting area
Kitchen with dining area
3 bedrooms with double beds
1 bedroom with bunk bed and trundle bed
1 bathroom with bath, shower and sink
1 bathroom with sauna, shower and sink
2 separate toilets
Storage room
South-facing balcony/terrace

Additional information

  • Beds are made
  • Free use of Firewood
  • Free access to the indoor Kristall swimming pool
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Smoking is not allowed

Registration number


Rented out by home owner

J. van Klink

Amenities & Extras:

  • Internet (Free Wi-Fi)
  • Free swimming pool Kristallbad access
  • Ski bus at max. 500 metres
  • Ski school is nearby
  • Sauna
  • Fireplace
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Coffee filter machine
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Electric kettle
  • (Ski) storage room
  • Garden furniture
  • Parasol
  • Stair gate(s)
  • 2 TVs
  • Smart TV
  • Radio
  • CD / DVD speler
  • Total of 2 parking spaces
  • of which 2 are covered parking spaces


The assessments on this page are from ChaletsPlus customers, and reflect their experiences during their stay in this holiday home.


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Ski resort

Zillertal Arena

Heights ski resort

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580 m

Slopes (150 km)

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Ski lifts


Wildkogel Arena

Heights ski resort

2150 m
819 m

Slopes (75 km)

35 km
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Ski lifts



Village: Wald Im Pinzgau

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Plenty of snow and the perfect place to relax

Wald im Pinzgau is located in Oberpinzgau at the foot of the Gerlos Pass on the border between Salzburg and Tyrol, sitting at an altitude of approximately 900 metres. Wald is a pretty little village with a cosy atmosphere that forms a community together with Königsleiten. From December to the end of April you can enjoy sun and snow here. You’ll be glad to know we offer plenty of properties for guests to stay during their holidays here, with around 60 chalet apartments and houses to pick from!
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Enjoy a spectacular summer holiday in Wald im Pinzgau

At the foot of the Gerlos Pass you’ll find the charming Austrian town of Wald im Pinzgau. This quaint village lies at an altitude of around 900 metres, sitting on the border between Salzburgerland and Tyrol. One of the most prominent features of this village is the stream that runs through its centre, which has long served as the lifeblood of this historic Austrian destination. Today, Wald im Pinzgau is an idyllic holiday destination with shops, restaurants and activities aplenty. Thanks to its mountainous location, there’s plenty in the way of natural attractions, with more than enough ground to cover for hiking enthusiasts. A summer holiday in Wald im Pinzgau is not complete without a visit to the local swimming pool, while there’s plenty of outings on offer to keep every visitor occupied for the duration of their stay. Whatever you want to do during your stay in Austria, you can when you make Wald im Pinzgau your base.
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