Hohe Tauern National Park
The largest nature reserve in the Alpine region
With an area of 1,856 km², the Hohe Tauern National Park the largest nature reserve in the entire Alpine region.
The protected area extends over vast primeval alpine landscapes such as glaciers, rock faces and meadows as well as alpine landscapes that have been carefully and painstakingly tended for centuries.
The imposing mountain scenery, the untouched flora and fauna and the way of life of its inhabitants, which is closely rooted in nature,
give this unique living space its unmistakable face.
In summer the national park is a unique hiking and outdoor paradise,
waiting to enchant you.
In the winter guarantee excellent ski areas and varied leisure activities
an unforgettable holiday pleasure.
The enchanting Rauris Valley stretches out in the middle of the Hohe Tauern National Park.
In the heart of the “golden valley of the Alps” is located with the picturesque town of Rauris,
the largest municipality in terms of area in the Salzburg region.