Good food and pleasure in the Hohe Tauern National Park

Fine food and pleasure are simply part and parcel of a holiday. Especially when you choose a region that can provide regionally produced goods and traditional treats of the utmost quality, as is the case in the Hohe Tauern National Park. Come and sample and enjoy with all your senses.

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Locally produced, regionally processed

On a hike or mountain bike tour, anyone who sees a mountain inn on the horizon, really does have reason to be happy. Just drop in and take a seat. Not just because of the superb views across the mountains, where farmhouse produce right from the area is used to create the best, traditional delights and the utmost in pleasure awaits. And you can enjoy all this with a clean conscious, since regional production avoids long transport routes and you know what is in there – which means you get to enjoy natural goodness with every bite.

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Leisurely refreshment stop & well-deserved rest

Whatever the reason for your trip to the Hohe Tauern National Park region, you just have to sample the best produce in the mountains. A leisurely refreshment stop definitely ought to feature during a day of skiing in the highest ski areas in Carinthia. On chilly, sunshine and powder snow-filled days you can look forward to delicious, traditional meals and genuine classics from Carinthian cuisine – here’s to dinner time!


Convivial and hospitable

Us Carinthians are a social lot and we have learned how to best use the treasures of our breath-taking natural surroundings to magic up the best, delicious local treats for you. In many different restaurants, inns and mountain lodges, heart-warming hospitality awaits, peppered with a big helping of warmth and cheeriness. Join us and enjoy refreshments in good company. Anyone who comes along will be a part of our culinary life and will certainly come back time and again!


3 slow food villages in the National Park Hohe Tauern

Just like the natural landscape is the culinary art of the region, which is run by the small family businesses. The production and marketing of the farm’s own measures gives filled businesses the opportunity to continue operating the farm and thus to give young people a perspective. Carinthia has had the “good-clean-fair” initiative for many years. The Slow Food movement in Carinthia developed from this initiative. There are three villages in the National Park region that carry the “Slowfood Village”: Berg im Drautal, Irschen and Obervellach

Would you also like to taste the tasty treasures of the Hohe Tauern National Park region?

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Wintersaison leider beendet
Winter season closed

ab 14.03.2020

Werte Partner und Gäste,
aus gegebenem Anlass beenden wir die Wintersaison schneller als geplant.

Heiligenblut am Großglockner steht seit Samstag, 14. März 2020 unter Quarantäne.
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Alle weiteren Skigebiete schließen am Sonntag, 15. März, die Beherbergungsbetriebe am Montag, 16. März.

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Dear guests and partners!
Due to the occasion the winter season 2019/2020 finishs earlier than planned.
Heiligenblut has been standing since Saturday 14. March 2020 in quarantine.
You can reach us by email at
All other lifts will close with Sunday, 15. March 2020 and the accommodation establishments with Monday, 16. March 2020.

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