Your hiking holiday in Rauris

Hikes in the Hohe Tauern National Park

The valley of the valleys: Säumer im Seidlwinkltal , Bearded Vulture in the Kruml Valley , Gold and weather researchers in the Hüttwinkltal, sagas and legends from the Gaisbachtal as well as the wonderful nature in the Forsterbach make the Raurisertal the most beautiful and largest hiking area in the Hohe Tauern National Park.


Over 295 km of marked hiking trails give you the opportunity to get to know the beautiful Rauris Valley. The romantic Seidlwinkeltal with the 500
Year-old Rauriser Tauernhaus and the Krumltal with Bräualm along the sleeping walls of the reintroduced bearded vultures.

The Gaisbachtal, the Forsterbachtal and the Hüttwinkltal beckon with the uniquely beautiful
End of the Kolm-Saigurn valley. But there are many other beautiful and exciting hiking destinations too

Wait for the well-deserved refreshment in between charming and original alpine pastures on them.
Your hikes are guaranteed not only to be an exciting experience, but also one
culinary discovery! We would be happy to advise you on your hikes and
Refreshments on the numerous alpine pastures.

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