Winter hikes in the Rauris Valley
Snowshoeing in the Hohe Tauern National Park
The 30 km long Rauris Valley is one of the largest and most beautiful hiking areas in the Hohe Tauern National Park, even in winter, with over 35 km of prepared hiking trails.
Numerous inns and snack bars await you for a leisurely rest along the hiking trails. A free valley and cross-country ski bus takes winter hikers to the Seidlwinkl valley and to the Bodenhaus in the rear Hüttwinkl valley. This service is free of charge for all guests of the Alpina Rauris
At the Snowshoeing in the Rauris Valley the focus is on getting ahead on one’s own initiative, as well as the “newly discovered slowness”
and the experience of nature in the Hohe Tauern National Park.
Twice a week, accompanied by a national park ranger, there is a guided snow-shoe hike in the impressive valley head of Kolm-Saigurn at the foot of the Hohe Sonnblick, which leads over 370 meters in altitude to the panorama of the majestic three-thousand-meter peaks
the Goldberg Group.
You can get more information about snowshoeing routes from our receptionist in our 4-star Hotel Alpina.