Experience the giants!

Breathe in the pure energy of the wholesome mountain air in the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park and enjoy the invigorating freedom that comes with sporting activities.

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Hohe Tauern National Park

Ibexes jump over craggy rocks, marmots whistle and eagles sway at lofty heights over the mighty Grossglockner. Whether leisurely hikes over mossy gentle forest soils and colourful Alpine meadows or summit experiences in a class of their own: nature simply inspires. Especially when it is as captivating as in Europe's largest national park.

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East Tyrol is a paradise for mountain bike fans – whether beginner, professional or leisure cyclist. With 500 kilometres of mountain bike trails, the family-oriented Drau cycle path and unique panoramic routes with views of the Grossglockner, the region has plenty to offer in terms of bike adventures. There are nine marked routes and trails around Kals and Matrei alone. Bicycles and electric bikes of the very best quality can be rented on site.

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Skiing at the Grossglockner in East Tyrol

The Grossglockner Ski Resort Kals-Matrei is the largest ski resort in East Tyrol and one of the most beautiful in the Alps. It has been repeatedly awarded as a varied and family-friendly ski resort. With 14 state-of-the-art lift systems, 42 kilometres of slopes, moderate prices and the sensational panorama on the Grossglockner, the whole family can look forward to the ultimate winter enjoyment.