Mit der Bahn in die winterliche Nationalparkregion Hohe Tauern

Unberührte Winterlandschaften im SalzburgerLand entdecken

Winter sports have a long tradition in Salzburg's 18 National Park towns. Whether winter hikers, ski tourers, skiers, cross-country skiers or snowshoe hikers - they all enjoy the unspoilt winter landscape, the glistening of the snow crystals in the fresh air and the magnificent view of the mighty three-thousand-metre peaks of the Hohe Tauern.

Whether you unpack your snowshoes or strap on your skis is secondary, the main thing is to soak up the sun's rays and breathe in the fresh mountain air. And for those who prefer hiking in untouched national park valleys, it's best to join the national park rangers on one of the guided snowshoe hikes or wildlife observation tours.

The range of slopes is rounded off by the new National Park WinterCard. The bonus card, which is available in the winter season at participating partner businesses of the Hohe Tauern National Park holiday region, offers many advantages at numerous attractions in the region. A colourful variety of favourite places enables a personal, winter journey of discovery in the Hohe Tauern National Park. Because there is a lot to discover for guests young and old in the largest protected area in the Alps. Intact nature, exercise and relaxation in the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park ensure balance, physical well-being and relaxing winter days.

Kontakt und Buchung

Die einzigartige Landschaft im Nationalpark Hohe Tauern wartet auf Sie. Fordern Sie gleich jetzt ein unverbindliches Angebot an:

Ferienregion Nationalpark Hohe Tauern GmbH
Gerlosstraße 18
5730 Mittersill
Tel. +43 (0) 6562 409 39
ferienregion@nationalpark.at

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