The Salzburger Almenweg is a long-distance hiking trail in the austrian alps with 25 stages through the most beautiful regions of the Salzburger Land. While hiking or running along the Salzburger Almenweg you cross colorful alpine meadows, see unique mountain tarns or waterfalls and past ever-changing alpine sceneries. The Salzburger Almenweg starts and ends in Pfarrwerfen and goes along the hill country of Salzburg, Austria. The whole trail is well signposted and marked with a "Blue Gentian"/"Blauer Enzian" from alpine hut to alpine hut. The Salzburger Almenweg combines well-known alpine regions of the Salzburger Land: Tennengebirge, Hochkönig, Salzburger Sonnenterrasse, Gasteinertal, Großarltal, Salzburger Sportwelt and Obertauern.
The whole trail is very well described at the Website of the Salzburger Land: www.salzburgerland.com/en/salzburger-almenweg/
as well as on: www.salzburger-almenweg.at
GPX files are provided by outdooractive: https://www.outdooractive.com/de/route/fernwanderweg/salzburger-almenweg/19522027/#dm=1 (URL to the whole track with links to each stage), bergfex: https://www.bergfex.at/sommer/salzburg/touren/fernwanderweg/88585,salzburger-almenweg/ and bergwelten: https://www.bergwelten.com/lp/der-salzburger-almenweg.
At outdooractive and bergwelten you can find a detailed description of every stage with the gpx.file as well.