Winter Hiking

Whether in warm fur boots or mountain boots – cleared winter hiking trails and promenades begin at the doorstep, and those who want more winter pleasures – with your snow shoes on, the snow-covered winter wonderland awaits you.

Snowshoe Hiking

For those who are looking for the silence of nature, away from the hustle and bustle of the slopes, snowshoeing is the ideal alternative. Hiking with snowshoes has been the only way to move around in deep snow for centuries. Expert advice from a guide helps you to learn how to move in the deep snow, and two modern snowshoes made from light material and two poles help you to glide over the snows. Snowshoeing requires no particular previous knowledge and can be learned by anyone. Guided tours in the natural landscape of the National Park Hohe Tauern, the largest conservation area of the Alpine region, guarantee unforgettable moments in the peace of the untouched landscape.