Explore the Winter Wonderland on snowshoes. Best would be in the company of our fully-trained National Park Rangers! They are the experts in the Hohe Tauern National Park. All of them are impeccably trained, with established roots in the Hohe Tauern valleys. They know every nook and cranny of the National Park, no matter how well hidden. So a snowshoe walking-tour together with National Park Rangers will be an unforgettable trip of exploration!
What could be nicer than exploring the idyllic, snow-covered winter landscape of the Hohe Tauern National Park on a winter walking-tour? Whether you prefer snowshoes, or not: you will surely never get bored on our richly varied hiking routes.
Places that still have a proper winter are super for indulging a passion for cross-country skiing, because they are snow-reliable. In the Hohe Tauern National Park Carinthia, friends of this Nordic ski sport are spoilt for choice with superbly maintained cross-country ski runs totalling more than 200km in length.
As soon as the mountain slopes are covered with the first snow in late autumn, a kind of tranquillity unusual for today’s hectic times takes possession of the Hohe Tauern. Everybody who then ascends a mountain using only his/her own muscle power, without the help of cable cars or mountain railways and away from the bustle of the pistes, will discover a magic world of sparkling nature – White Spirit, the hidden ski tour paradise of the Eastern Alps!
Do you yearn for downhill runs in powder snow or névé…but still you would not want to forego the comfort of cable cars and mountain railways? In that case we are the right destination for you! Because the three highest altitude Carinthian skiing areas - Grossglockner/Heiligenblut, Möll Valley Glacier/Flattach and Ankogel/Mallnitz – are a true paradise for free-riding, thanks to their vast broad slopes far above the treeline!