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Maria Alm am Steinernen Meer is a municipality in the district of Zell am See, in the state of Salzburg in Austria.

It is situated in the Salzburg Pinzgau region, in the valley of the Urslau creek, a tributary of the Saalach river, running between the Steinernes Meer mountain range with the Hochkönig massif (part of the Berchtesgaden Alps) in the north and the Salzburg Slate Alps in the south. The municipal area is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) east of Saalfelden on the road to Bischofshofen. It comprises the cadastral communities of Aberg, Alm, Hinterthal, and Winkl.

Maria Alm is located in the middle of the majestic mountains of the Steinernes Meer, the Hochkönig, and the Pinzgau grass mountains. This town has the highest church tower in the state of Salzburg, and tradition and customs are an integral part of village life. You can experience this at the yearly harvest festival. Hospitality also has a long tradition here, and families are especially given the royal treatment. The offer for children and families is worthy of a king, because nothing is left to be desired.

In summer, Maria Alm is a paradise for hikers and bikers. There are seemingly endless possibilities for diverse tours, theme paths, and trails. The summer lifts provide a convenient and comfortable way to reach the top. In winter, guests come to Maria Alm to carve down the gorgeous, snow-covered slopes. Maria Alm, especially known for winter tourism, is part of the High King Mountain Ski Area, a member of the Ski Amadé network of 28 ski areas that together make up the largest Alpine skiing region in Europe.

Website: Maria Alm