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Nationalpark Hohe Tauern
The Hohe Tauern National Park is impressed by the variety of shapes. The height difference from the lowest point to the summit of the Großglockner is almost 2,600 m. The ice ages shaped the landscape by constant assembly, conversion and dismantling.
Animals and plants ...
have learned to cope with the extreme conditions of the high mountains and sometimes lead a life at the livelihood limit
1,200 km of cycling and mountain bike paths are waiting to be discovered by them. The famous Tauern bike path and other, easy -to -drive routes lead over level valley floors. From place to place, from one sight to another. And again and again a rest area or an inn invites you to take a break. A tip for hot days: Plan your route so that you can pass one of the attractive swimming lakes or swimming pools.
On an east-west extension of over 100 km, countless routes and signposted hiking trails invite you to discover and enjoy the mountains of the Hohe Tauern. From family -friendly to high alpine, the visitor opens an Eldorado on mountains, rocks and alpine pastures. Regardless of whether you are traveling as a summit striker or a cozy hiker.
Kitzbühel (55 km)
Hospital Church built in 1412, built -in monastery and monastery church in 1698, Castle Castle from the 14th century (inspection only possible from the outside).
Kufstein (91 km)
Kufstein Fortress, Hospital Church for the Holy Spirit from 1861, Thierberg chapel from the 13th century.
St. Johann in Tyrol (63 km)
Sports center, Fixler chapel built in 1961.
Bischofshofen (48 km)
Parish church for St. Maximilian from the 11th century.
Lofer (38 km)
Oberrein Castle (inspection only from outside).
The oldest alpine pastures in Austria are on almost 2,000 mnn in the back of Defereggen Valley. Due to their peculiar architecture, they fit particularly well into the barren landscape and you feel moved into a small tibet in the heart of the Eastern Alps.
Felberturmmuseum in Mittersill
The local museum with the Felberturm and the Felberkirche from the 12th century together with the household house in Kaprun and the oldest school in the Oberpinzgau form a real museum district. Over 5,000 exhibits give every visitor interesting insights into the culture and the customs of the region.
No area of the Hohe Tauern is shaped by mining as the Rauriser Valley. Already in the Celtic and Roman times, gold and silver was drowned in the current national park area. However, the actual gold rush only started in the middle of the 15th century. Rauris was one of the most important gold mining centers in Europe for over 100 years, in which over 1,000 buildings and pits were created.
Grossglockner High Alpine Road
The most famous panoramic road in Europe.
In addition to the farmhouse from the 14th century, there are an old oven, a mill, the computing maker, a grain box, a ""Venetian"" gate saw, two woodknech houses, the former Weyerhofmühle and a Pinzgau Heustadl. Next door, in the Salzburg Wollstadl, guests can inaugurate themselves in the secrets of wool processing, the felting.
Celts in Uttendorf
In addition to the Romans, the Celts also left their mark here. In a faithful of the Celts, who was faithfully built, interested parties learn a lot of interesting facts about life and customs of the Celts.
A natural spectacle of the special class - thousands of cubic meters of water over a second in a gigantic spray cloud falls into valley in three stages. A path leads you to the most beautiful viewpoints of the waterfalls.
Perch (winter consumption)
The eternal struggle of good with the evil, light with the darkness, rewarding and punishment is most impressive in perch use. During the big Perchten trains in Gastein, colorful beauty and Schiachperchten move from Hof to Hof to wish the residents happiness and blessings for the coming year.
Explore the secrets of space or watch the sky on a guided star hike.
Saum paths and Tauernhäuser
The Kornauern between Mallnitz and Gastein Valley was the highest navigable alpine crossing in the Roman period. The “transit trade” also played an important role in the Middle Ages, but not on four wheels, but by horse and manor.
Water Wonder World Krimml
Directly at the entrance to the Krimmler waterfalls, the gates to the new themed park in Pinzgau open, a fascinating attraction for the whole family. Experience what our water can do. Informative, interesting and entertaining.
Weißsee glacier tracks
An experience for the whole family - the glacier tracks bring you quickly and comfortably in one of the most beautiful high alpine hiking and viewing paradises.
Wild park and children's experience country Ferleiten Fusch on Großglocknerstraße
Over 200 animals await you in this outdoor enclosure and in addition to this there is an over 20,000 square meter experience of children.
Located directly on the Großglockner High Alpine Road, both a special cultural -historical and natural heritage in the Carinthian part of the national park are. Here you can find an almost incomparable biodiversity in the flora. So far, 180 different plant species have been detected here, 37 of which are under special protection.
Großglocknerstraße, City Museum Zell am See (traditional costumes, jewelry, household items, skiing development, handicrafts).
Ski season from November to April.
Transfer with the ski bus to the ski area of almost all holiday locations.
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