A fascinating program draws nature lovers, active holidaymakers and families alike to this idyllic landscape, whose beauty in the coldest time of year is beyond compare. Led by knowledgeable National Park Rangers, explorers set out on winter hikes and snowshoeing expeditions - for example, through Rauris Virgin Forest, the silent Sulzbachtal valleys or the "Cradle Pine Forest" in high-alpine Stubachtal. Anyone wishing to experience the animal world in winter up close should definitely join up with a wildlife feeding.
National park gamekeepers lead participants to a remote feeding station in Habachtal, where roe and red deer - including magnificent stags - are given a healthy helping of hay. After a short, silent hike, you reach an observation hut where you have an outstanding view of these graceful animals.