Georgenberg is not just an "inselberg" with steeply rising rock faces: it is also a unique spot for regeneration and rejuvenation in nature. Leisurely walking routes lead along the asphalted road around Georgenberg and onto the mountain itself. Explorers can also use our hiking trails through the woods – but please note that these are not suitable for pushchairs. If you look closely, you'll spot caverns, northern bald ibises, caves, forest trails and, right at the top of the mountain, the daughter church of St Georg. The historically listed church features late Gothic architecture, but it has a long history and has taken on many different forms in its time.
The Celts identified Georgenberg as the perfect place to settle, with its steeply rising rock faces and the far-reaching views out towards Kuchl and the Göll massif. Colonisation can be traced back to the Neolithic period, and there is scientific evidence of the Celtic settlement. The Roman road visible from the mountain still shows the course of the former road to Salzburg. Visit the Kuchl Museum where you can find out more about archaeological discoveries and see special exhibitions on Georgenberg!