Ancient cottages, real wilderness & stunning views ab Euro 279,00 pro Person
  • 4x nights with breakfast in a hotel
  • Guided ranger tours and excursions (as per National Park Summer Program 2021)
  • Entrance to the National Park Worlds Mittersill
  • Hiking Drinking Bottle + National Park T-Shirt

With its crystal-clear glacial streams and historic trade routes, Ibex and Marmots, Emeralds and thousand-year-old Pine trees, the Hohe Tauern National Park is a natural paradise that is hard to beat in terms of beauty, wealth and diversity. Around the highest mountains in Austria, outdoor lovers, families, pleasure hikers and ambitious mountaineers can enjoy one of the most fascinating and exciting landscapes on earth.

Well-marked paths lead to the 13 National Park valleys, to hidden alpine pastures, to glacier breaks and up to the peaks of the three-thousand-metre mountains. For those who don't want to go alone, you can join the guided tours with knowledgeable National Park Rangers who, with their inside knowledge, open up a whole new world for hikers.

Image credits: NPHT - Szopory, NPHT – Kaser, NPHT – Bluemoonthecrew


10.07.2021 - 10.09.2021


Enjoy breathtaking views and unspoilt nature

The 3,798 metre-high Grossglockner is the highest mountain in Austria and extends across the Hohe Tauern National Park in a protective manner. Here, the local vultures fly impressively around over the Rauriser Kruml Valley, the glacier wind blows coolly down from the Schmiedingerkees onto Salzburg's highest viewing platform, while the Krimml waterfalls plunge hundreds of metres down into the depths.

With 266 three-thousand-metre peaks and 342 glaciers, nature plays an outstanding role here. The Hohe Tauern National Park is the largest nature reserve in Central Europe and invites you to discover its treasures and secrets on beautiful hikes. On offer are everything from family-friendly alpine walks to natural history excursions and onto high-alpine mountain tours in the glacier zone. Here, hiking becomes a holistic experience for mind, body and soul.
For those who want to go on an extended hike, the new Hohe Tauern Panorama Trail is just the right place. As part of ten daily stages, hikers cover a distance of 150 kilometres from the starting point at the foot of the Krimml waterfalls to Lake Zell.

TIP: Stay in a National Park Summer Card accommodation and use daily any one of 60 attractions free of charge, including sights, museums and natural spectacles, leisure and sports facilities as well as cable cars!




Ferienregion Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
+43 6562 40939
Gerlos Strasse 18
5730 Mittersill


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