Winter hiking and snow shoeing

The deep snow-covered landscapes in the Hohe Tauern National Park invite to be discovered even in winter. 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.

Varied snowshoe hikes for beginners to advanced can be found here in the online tour guide >>

Guided snowshoe tours - Highlights

Every year the national park administration offers an extensive program of guided snowshoe hikes. These include tours in the Rauriser Valley as well as in the Wasenmoos, Hollersbach, Sulzbach Valley and Stubachtal.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced snowshoe hiker, the program is varied. As soon as the new winter program is ready, we will make it available for download here.

Magical winter experience in the Rauriser Valley

The deeply snow-covered landscape in the rear Raurisertal invites you to explore it on snowshoes. One can enjoy great views of the Sonnblick and the Ritterkopf and with a little luck observe wild animals.

Meeting point: Rauris, Bodenhaus parking lot (accessible with the cross-country ski bus)
Dates: Weekly, please be patient, the exact dates will be published soon
Registration: Until the day before the excursion, 12 noon at the National Park Administration - Tel.: +43 6562 40 849-33

Original Sulzbach valleys

Winter transforms the Ober- and Untersulzbach Valley below the Großvenediger into a fairytale landscape - snow-covered forests and icy watercourses. On this snowshoe hike you will learn interesting facts about the Sulzbach valleys.

Meeting point: Neukirchen am Großvenediger - Gasthof Schütthof at the entrance to the Untersulzbach Valley
Dates: Weekly, please be patient, the exact dates will be published soon
Registration: Until the day before the excursion, 12 noon at the National Park Administration - Tel.: +43 6562 40 849-33

 
 

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.

Next time, you can join these guided tours will be in winter 2020/21.

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