Hohe Tauern National Park Holiday Region is a true vitamin-D recharging station and a good reason in SalzburgerLand to look forward.
In all 19 National Park communities, winter sport has a long and proud tradition. Whether winter hiker, tourer, alpine skier, cross-country enthusiast or snowshoer – all enjoy the virgin winter countryside, glistening snow crystals in the fresh air and the magnificent sight of those mighty 3000-meter peaks in the Hohe Tauern range.
The 870 km of pistes in 8 different ski areas, including Zillertal-Arena, Wildkogel-Arena, Panoramabahn Kitzbühel Alps, Weisssee Glacier World, Zell am See-Kaprun, Rauriser Hochalmbahnen, Gasteinertal and Grossarltal-Dorfgastein, are groomed to perfection, offer maximum safety and, thanks to ample distancing, provide a safe gateway to their spacious ski areas. If you would like to give all of them a try, your best option is to go with a single ski pass - the "SuperSki Card - Salzburg & Kitzbühel Alps" - and experience the essence of Pinzgau-style hospitality on sunny terraces perched high in the mountains.
After all, physical exercise during the coldest season of the year is healthy and sunny mountains are true vitamin-D recharging stations. Whether you decide to unpack your snowshoes or clamp on a pair of skis is a secondary matter. The main thing is, you get to soak up some rays and inhale the fresh mountain air. And if you prefer to go hiking in the pristine National Park valleys, we recommend joining one of the guided snowshoeing or wildlife-watching expeditions led by our National Park Rangers. After all, there is so much for our guests, big and small, to discover inside the biggest nature sanctuary in the Alps. Intact nature, outdoor activity and relaxation in the heart of Hohe Tauern National Park provide for balance, physical well-being and reenergizing winter days.