Winter Hikes in Raurisertal

Snowshoeing in the Hohe Tauern National Park

The 30-km-long Raurisertal is one of the biggest and most exquisite hiking trails in the Hohe Tauern National Park, also in winter with over 35 km of groomed hiking trails.

Numerous inns and snack stations provide snug rest options along the hiking trails. A free valley and cross-country run bus transports winter hikers to Seidlwinkltaland and to the Bodenhaus in the Hinteres Hüttwinkltal. This service is available for free for all guests of the Alpina Rauris.

Find an overview of the winter hiking trails and cross-country runs in Raurisertal on the winter hiking map of the Rauris tourism board.


Progressing on your own, the “newly discovered slowness” and the nature experience in the Hohe Tauern National Park take centre stage during snowshoe hiking in the Raurisertal.


Twice a week, the hikes accompanied by a national park ranger lead to the impressive valley end Kolm-Saigurn on the foot of the Hoher Sonnblick. The “Schneeroaf-Roas” takes approx. three hours and leads across 370 altitude metres to the panorama of the majestic 3,000-m-peaks of the Goldberggruppe.

Get further information on the snowshoe hiking roads at the reception of our 4-star Hotel Alpina.