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Largest NP in Middle Europe. Montainous alpine character with best possibilities for outdoor activities. Any kind of alpine sports can be done. You see extraordinary nature - high mountains, glaciers, forest and lakes. Fauna and flora will impress you as well as excellent possibilities of...More
We were staying in Lienz on the weekend. The National park was a close drive up a gorgeous curvy road. Views were amazing! However, it was super busy with traffic as you would imagine on a Sunday. There were many fast cars and motorcycles. When...More
We had booked a 90min walking tour and came back extremely happy and satisfied. Our tour guide, Hermann was highly knowledgeable and also knew how to spot the animals. We were able to spot all the 3 main animals living in their natural habitat and...More
I visited the park and the Grossglockner Hoch Alpenstrasse years ago, and I was astonished by its beauty. My wife and I returned this year, and I had the same reaction. The drive is reputed to be one of the best in the world. I...More
Splendid alpine setting dotted with villages in the valleys. You will find more areas untouched by ski resorts with their cable cars and construction. Trails for all levels of experience are numerous. Lots of powerful waterfalls, srreams and rivers. Note that the lack of cable...More
This national park has spectacular walking and climbing trails that are well sign posted and maintained. Walks take between one to five hours and longer for those wanting to stay in the different huts connecting the parks routes. Perfect for individuals who want to de...More
My boyfriend and I spent a day hiking in the western side of the park. We hiked along a trail with a river that had numerous glacial water falls flowing into it. In total we saw at least 5 raging waterfalls. The trail was shaded...More