Genuine mountain experiences in the hiking areas of Rauris Valley and Taxenbach

Hiking Holidays in the National Park
Hiking in the National Park Hohe Tauern
Alpine huts in Rauris Valley
Alpine huts and mountain restaurants in Rauris Valley
Hiking Trails in the Rauris Valley
Former sumpters´ trail in Seidlwinkl Valley

With over 295 km of marked hiking paths and alpine trails in Rauris Valley as well as 70 km in Taxenbach, this SalzburgerLand region is one of the biggest and most diverse hiking areas in Hohe Tauern National Park.

Pleasant hikes across lush alpine meadows to your next refreshment stop at one of the managed mountain huts, instructive theme paths as well as challenging ascents of 3,000-meter peaks. Past springs and waterfalls, to genuine natural jewels such as Rauris Virgin Forest, the Rauriser UrQuell or through Kitzloch Gorge, past evidence of gold-mining days, birds of prey circling high above your head, to vast vistas out across yet more amazing peaks ... mountaineers and hikers face practically limitless opportunities in Rauris Valley and Taxenbach. Hiking in Rauris Valley means active recreation and unforgettable experiences in the heart of Hohe Tauern National Park! So, pack your rucksack, slip on those hiking boots – the mountains are calling!

Hiking Routes Theme Paths Hiking Map Current Weather

The certified mountaineering and hiking guides in Rauris Valley are always more than happy to assist, helping you to design a mountain tour commensurate with your alpine experience.

Bergwolf, Wolfgang Rohrmoser
Hundsdorfweg 12
5661 Rauris, Österreich

Tel.: + 43 664 415 39 23

Gerlinde Eidenhammer, hiking guide
5661 Rauris, Österreich

Tel.: +43 664 45 83 536


From mid-June until end of September, the valley bus will carry you from Rauris to Seidlwinkltal, a valley which is otherwise closed to public traffic from the Fleickweide car park on.
Public Postbus No. 640 runs between Taxenbach, Rauris and Kolm Saigurn.

Timetable Valley Bus Rauris Seidlwinkltal 2016

Bus to Gollehenalm, Palfneralm and Rauris Tauernhaus in the Rauris Seidlwinkltal, "valley of pilgrims and sumpters".