Nationalpark Hohe Tauern

Guided tour through

the National Park Gallery



  • The highest mountain station of Salzburg at 3,029 metres above sea level can be reached easily by anybody and everybody. From there, a national park ranger will take us through the Gipfelwelt 3000 world of summits at Mt. Kitzsteinhorn, lead us to the Cinema 3000 and through the National Park Gallery. Information boards in a tunnel with a length of 360 metres will give us fascinating insights on crystal treasures, the formation of the Hohe Tauern, Tauern gold and permafrost. Impressive and seemingly endless panoramic images showing the nature, power and beauty of the Alps displayed on screens with a width of 8 metres will make us stand and watch in awe. At the end of the tunnel, the National Park Gallery platform awaits you, where you can enjoy the unique and stunning view of the national park without alpinist knowledge and at eye level with the highest mountains of Austria. With a bit of luck, you might even spot some wild animals.

    Highlights:
    The main highlights of this tour through the 360 metres tunnel lie in the energy and atmosphere of the high Alpine region we get to experience with all our senses, and in the magnificent and breath-taking views of the high Alpine world of the national park.

     

    Equipment:

    • sturdy hiking boots
    • protection from sun and rain
    • backpack with snacks and drinks
    • appropriate clothing

     

    Info

    Where:
    Kaprun - Kitzsteinhorn

     

    When:
    from 15.05. - 01.07.2019
    daily
    from 02.07. - 08.09.2019
    daily except Thuesday

     

    meeting point:
    10:30 & 13:00 Uhr
    Gipfelwelt3000

     

    Duration
    ca. 1,5 hours

     

    Price:
    free, exclusive gondola
    (ww.kitzsteinhorn.at)

     

    Registration:
    unnecessary

     

    Nationalpark administration Salzburg
    +43 (0 ) 6562 40849 33
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