In Bruck Fusch, nestling in the National Park, the highest summits are waiting for you, so too are the loveliest waterfalls, the mightiest glaciers, the clearest lakes and streams, the most majestic animals in the Alpine area. It is all of this that makes the Hohe Tauern National Park what is is – a paradise on earth. The unspoilt natural surroundings in the core area along with the cultural landscape provided by the Alpine and mountain pastures - shaped by people - provide a wonderful base for an almost unbelievable wealth of species in the heart of the Alps. The Hohe Tauern National Park is without a doubt one of the most superb high mountain landscapes in the high mountains.
Visit the most impressive National Park in the world and enjoy what often seems like a seemingly endless sea of summits. Did you know that the park has more than 300 mountain summits that go beyond 3000 metres, providing a panorama that is beyond compare? The Hohe Tauern National Park has a world full of surprises in store for you. Out on tours with National Park Rangers and in the visitor centres you will be amazed. Interactive visitor and educational features (themed routes, exhibits, educational buildings etc.), make a visit to the conservation area not just an adventure, but an educational experience too. Immerse yourself in an endless and majestic realm of glaciers - a true paradise for those of you who have an interest in nature and keen hikers.
The Hohe Tauern National Park holiday region spans the Krimml waterfalls, which incidentally, is the highest in Europe, right into Gasteinertal with its healing spring waters. The most exciting excursion destinations in the country, a well-tended natural and cultural landscape and the highest summits in Austria are located here. Experience the National Park in the National Park Centre, or head right into this impressive landscape direct via cable cars or on the excursion routes. Bruck and Fusch are located right in the centre of this region and the Grossglockner High Alpine Road takes you direct to the foot of the Grossglockner.
The Hohe Tauern National Park which has the highest summits in Austria and its inhabitants such as ibex, chamois and the snow vole seem within touching distance in the National Park Centre in Mittersill. Ten stations in the 1800 m² adventure realm are there waiting to be explored.
The National Park Centre in the Hohe Tauern National Park holiday region is open daily from 10:00 to 17:00.