Winter hiking and snow shoeing

The winter athletes seek peace an quit in the mountains, and ca be found in the Hohe Tauern National Park, where you can feel the power of nature in every step. 

Unique: Europe´s highest weather station has been perched at 3,106 metres in height, at the summit of Hohen Sonnblick, for the last 126 years. The beautiful Kolm Saigurn valley head in Rauris is known by snowshoe hiking enthusiasts.

Guided tours - unforgetable tips

Magical winter in Rauris

Meeting Point: 10.10a.m. Rauris, Parking area Bodenhaus, estimated time of return: 3.15 p.m.
Dates: every Wednesday, 25.12.2019-01.04.2020
To sign up: until the day bevore the excursion 12.00 noon at National Park Administration +43 6562 40849 33 Bis zum Tag vor der Exkursion, 12 Uhr bei der Nationalparkverwaltung - Tel.: +43 6562 40 849 33
Costs: Euro 18,- for adults, youngsters (10-16 years) accompanied by their parents are free.

Wild animal feeding

At an observation stand in Habachtal, Bramberg you can observe red deer during winter feeding. Led from our professional hunters, our guests experience everything aout the life of this hoofed game species.

Location: Bramberg-Habachtal
Guided tours: every Mon. and Wed., as well as on Fridays during Chrismas holidays and in Febuary, 25.12.2019 - 10.02.2020, 12:00 noon, 11.02. - 04.03.2020, 1.00 p.m. Meeting point: Parking area Habachtal, estimated time of retourn: 5.00 p.m.
Costs: Euro 18,- for adults, Euro 12,- for kids
Sign up: until the day before the excursion 12:00 noon at National Park Administration, Tel. +43 6562 40849 33.

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