So unique - so exciting!

Raurisertal Schneeschuhwandern | © Ferienregion NPHT - Fotograf Branislav Rohal

The Hohe Tauern National Park in Salzburgerland is the largest protected area in the Alps at 1,856 km², stretches across the three federal states of Salzburg, Tyrol and Carinthia and was established in the 1980s as the first national park in Austria.

Guided hikes with trained rangers are offered in the Hohe Tauern National Park in the Raurisertal in both winter and summer.

A real nature experience in the mountains - on your summer holiday and winter holiday - guaranteed!  

“Whoever finds the way to nature – also finds the way to himself.”

Klaus Ender

The Raurisertal in SalzburgerLand, one of the largest national park communities, is known as the “Secret Jewel of the Hohe Tauern National Park”. Here you will encounter so many treasures and special features that you can even speak of a “own national park world”: pretty much everything that can be discovered in the 1,800 km² Hohe Tauern National Park can be found in a “small area” in the Raurisertal. Starting with cultural and historical features such as gold mining and the sea trade, through glaciers and mighty waterfalls to natural history highlights such as the mineral treasures of the Tauern Window and the large birds of prey.