(c) Ferienregion Nationalpark Hohe Tauern - Huber


Don´t think about all your problems of your daily life and enjoy a unforgetable fishing trip in the Holiday Region National Park Hohe Tauern. 

From Krimml to Piesendorf

Just imagine: 130 km of flowing waters, add to this 5 mountain lakes, 2 swimming lakes and 2 reservoirs, and all this in one single fishing area. BRÄURUP, that's the name of the largest, private, contiguous territory in Austria, located in the Hohe Tauern National Park Holiday Region, and that since 1866.

A special edition brochure in 5 languages, two CD-ROM or two VHS-videotapes provide detailed information about fishing in the territory. We'd be happy to send you and your friends our comprehensive brochures. 

Further information can be found here.


The fishing waters of Fuscher Ache rise in the Hohe Tauern National Park at the foot of the Grossglockner massif. The young mountain stream measuring 35 km is of the highest water quality and is referred to as the pearl of Hohe Tauern. 

The quality of the fish-stock is shown by having an adult fish population in the form of ancient trout.The fishing section begins at the confluence into the Salzach and ends at the Ferleitental/Käfertal, a high valley surrounded by multiple 3,000 peaks of the Grossglockner group.This section is exclusively reserved for fly-fishers.Dry-flies, wet-flies, nymphs and streamers can be used as bait there. 

Further information can be found here.

Rauris Valley

Avid anglers and those who strive to be will get their money's worth in the clear rivers (Rauriser-, Hüttwinkl-aundSeidlwinkelache with their tributaries) of Rauris valley!The fishing water network measuring around 45 km in length is home to mainly river and rainbow trout as well as char.

The high-quality fishing waters in Rauris have clear and clean water in pristine channels with turns and puddles (eroded hollows in the riverbed with pools of water) and corresponding riparian vegetation, mostly alder groves.

Fishing is also possible in the pond at Weixen Inn.

Further information can be found here.

Großarl Valley

The Grossarl Valley is a paradise for sports and recreational anglers. Fly-fishing in the clear mountain waters of the GrossarlRiver all the way to the Hüttschlager head of the valley is truly unique.
The clean streams flowing from the extensive alpine valleys and glaciers of the Hohe Tauern provide an excellent habitat for our local fish. Here you'll find the unique alpine salmon as well as mountain trout, grayling and char in the romantic and varied types of waters with calm river sections, large pools, rapids, rock waterfalls and gravel banks, surrounded by lush alpine meadows and pastures.

Further information can be found here.

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