Winter and snow also bring the many different winter sports and adventure options in the Hohe Tauern National Park Holiday Region. In addition to the "Children's Worlds" and beginners lifts in our eight skiing paradises there is a plethora of further fun activities to choose from.
Those who'd rather glide down into the valley in a sitting position, have come to the right place in the Wildkogel-Arena . This is where the longest floodlit toboggan run in the world begins with a whopping 14 kilometres, open daily until 22:00. Two-seater toboggans for adults and children can be rented right by the lower terminus. The Wildkogel Cable Cars also number among the most frequently award-winning ski areas in Salzburg County. They got the distinction of "TOP for families" on skigebiete-test.de. On skiresort.de, theWildkogel-Arena is among the leading ski areas with up to 80 km of slopes and also won in the category "eco-friendly skiing facility". In particular families, beginners and those taking up skiing again will find their proper zip on the 85 percent red and blue slopes. The Wildkogel-Arena also has three new beginners lift available. The Children's World by Wennser glacier offers snowtubing and a children's programme on Thursday afternoons.
At the PiesendorferNagelköpfel , a fun programme away from the lopes is also provided for kids. The 300 metre long snowtubing run with a lift and sound system, and the minibob, a apiece of sports equipment reduced to the essential, has become cult once more With the special FunToboggans, old and young are ferried to the start of the toboggan run on a special T-bar lift. An absolute highlight is SkyGliding. Here you hover down the SnowTubing course at full speed.
Another true family hit is the Weißsee Glacier World in Uttendorf. At a children's area the "little ones" can prepare themselves to ride on the 23 km of groomed pistes with every level of difficulty. An attractive family offer is also available, in the company of their parents, two children under 12 years are free of charge!
Those who like a slower pace can watch the animal feeding or go snowshoe hiking in the Hohe Tauern National Park. A national park ranger always joins in and knows lots of interesting facts to tell about the national park region.Wrap up your day of adventure with a visit to one of the many Advent and winter markets in our townships .