News from Piesendorf - Niedernsill

Important notes!

  • Panoramaweg trail in Piesendorf over Großstein CLOSED!
  • Pinzgauer Lokalbahn train - The track between Niedernsill and Krimml was damaged. Therefore, the line isn't passable until further notice. A rail replacement service with buses has been set up. Trains between Zell am See and Niedernsill are operating according to the timetable. 
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ATTENTION! Krefelder Weg 711 CLOSED from Kleetörl!

Dear mountain friends, locals and guests! 

In the coming years, the Tauernmoos pumped storage power plant in Uttendorf will be built. Although some of the construction works will take place underground, some paths and climbs will have to be closed continuously or temporarily during the construction phase in the years 2020 to 2025 for safety reasons. 

  • Please note that the Niedernsill - Tälerüberschreitung: Mühlbachtal - Kleetörl - Weißsee isn't possible due to the construction work on the Tauernmoos in Uttendorf!!!
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NEW! "Edelsteinpark" Niedernsill

Gold panning and gemstone digging - the experience for young and old alike

In the Edelsteinpark Niedernsill (gemstone park), children, families and groups can pan for gold at various stations and dig for more than 80 different gemstones from all over the world. 

With traditional pans you search for the precious stones in the "GOLD-EDELSTEIN-BECKEN" gold-gemstone-basin. You can also go for treasure hunting in the "SMARAGDSEE" emerald lake, the "EDELSTEINMINE" gemstone mine and the "KRISTALLBACH" crystal stream. 

During the "RÄTSELRALLYE" riddle rally, adventures find hidden clues at interactive stations. With the right code word, there is a very personal treasure at the end. 

The Edelsteinpark team is looking forward to see you again in summer 2022.

Noriker museum - Samerstall in Niedernsill

Noriker - changes over years - an exhibition about horses and people, who live in the Hohe Tauern National Park. In the museum you will learn about the natural and cultural history of the horse. The name Noriker is derived from the Roman province Norikum. The development to today's type has undergone many changes and is bred today in five bloodlines.