10th July to 8th September 2023 - National Park Valleys
The Hohe Tauern National Park encompasses many of Austria's most precious landscapes, from the majestic peak of the Grossvenediger in the west to the steppe-like slopes in the east. Meet and join the people who protect our National Park. Learn more about the natural treasures of the National Park and how you can help preserve them for future generations.
10th July to 4th September 2023 - Habachtal valley Bramberg
The Habachtal valley is the best known valley in the Hohe Tauern National Park among mineral enthusiasts. The only emerald field in Europe has contributed to the international fame of this Tauern valley. If you are lucky, you can also see wild animals such as red deer, chamois and marmots.
10th July to 4th September 2023 - Lenzanger Raurisertal valley
Discover Austria's natural jewel, the unspoilt Rauris virgin forest. Moor ponds, fallen spruces, pine trees, lush green moss and romantic clearings are a real rarity.
10th July to 4th September 2023 - Fusch Ferleiten
A rewarding circular walk around the Walcher Waterfall to the Walcher Hochalm at the foot of the Hohe Tenn. Part of the walk takes you past the waterfall's cascading masses of water with breathtaking views.
10th July to 4th September 2023 - Rauris
A real insider's tip is the wild streams and thundering waterfalls at Kolm Saigurn. A 2.8km circular trail leads past 5 impressive waterfalls to the Rauris Friends of Nature Centre. At the foot of the Hohe Sonnblick you can hike over rooted paths, adventurous footbridges and even a suspension bridge.
3rd July to 4th September 2023 - Kaprun
Mystical and breathtaking, the Sigmund Thun Gorge comes to life. On the guided torchlight walk through the gorge, parents and children experience a romantic and awe-inspiring adventure.
3rd July to 28th September 2023 - Kaprun
Walk through 600 years of eventful history. You can still feel the atmosphere of days gone by when you enter the venerable Kaprun Castle. It is like a journey back in time. Surrounded by centuries-old walls, you will get an idea of how the counts and lords of the castle spent their days.
Get to know the historic castle at 5 pm and listen to the history of the castle. Then explore the castle itself. There are photo points, a small exhibition, the castle museum and the dungeon.