Nationalpark Hohe Tauern

This is what nature tastes like
& ecological footprint

  • The exhibition "Elder at the Klausnerhaus" is dedicated to the elderberry plant in its entirety. The "Hollerhexei" guides you through the exhibition and complements the display boards with entertaining anecdotes.
    Outside of the building, you will find the Hollersbach herb garden where many herbs are grown, with their history described and their processing and uses explained.

    In 2015, the "Ecological footprint"" was opened at the rear of the Klausnerhaus. A maze in the form of a footprint guides visitors to information on the subjects of "Mobility, nutrition, housing and consumption". A right answer will lead you to the next station. A wrong answer will take you to a dead end.


    Guided tours
    Tours of the herb garden or herb processing workshop for 5 or more people available upon request:
    Phone: +43 (0) 664 2066477


    Hollersbach 13,
    5731 Hollersbach


    Opening times:
    Herb garden:
    June to September, daily

    May, June, Sept and Oct.:
    Mo.–Th.: 08:00–17:00,
    Fr: 08:00–12:00
    July and Aug.:
    Daily 08:00–17:00


    Entrance free


    Hohe Tauern National Park, Salzburg
    Phone: +43 (0) 6562 40849-33
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Our national park rangers

Passion and a calling


Nobody knows the park as well as they do:

You will experience the best of the protected area.

thanks to our rangers


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