Grossglockner High Alpine Road
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road is the highest view in Austria along the dream path into the Hohe Tauern National Park. It is 48 kilometres long and stretches from Salzburg to Carinthia. The Hohe Tauern National Park starting there has an area of 1,800 square meters. The highest point is at the Edelweiss peak at 2,500 metres. However, every year, around 900,000 visitors come to have a direct view of the 3,798-metre-high Großglockner. The Alpine Road is an extremely impressive natural area due to the rocky natural terrain in the high mountains. Hiking, climbing, biking tours and everything that you desire can be realized here. Indeed, the Achensee and the Kaiser Mountains also offer numerous outdoor activities.
Zell am See
Zell am See is an Austrian town at the Zeller See south of Salzburg. The holiday region is located in Pinzgau, specifically in the Salzburger Land. The towns Zell am See and Kaprun are the centre of the region. Here, winter and summer activities are nicely combined. Hiking trails and ski lifts lead to the slopes of the Schmittenhöhe. However, the municipality of Zell am See combines the advantages of a small town with holiday highlights, hiking paradises and the crystal clear lake of Zell am See. Kaprun is widely known for its Kitzsteinhorn glacier ski area. The imposing mountain peaks around the area make no stop for a winter walk along the lake through the deeply snow-covered landscape. During the summer season, the lake can be a perfect place to cool down for a change. Therefore, Pure relaxation is guaranteed in one of the numerous beach pools or on a boat tour.
Kitzbühel and other Tyrolean hotspots
Kitzbühel is a small town in the Alps, which lies east of Innsbruck and belongs to Tyrol in beautiful Austria. It is known for its annual Hahnenkamm race and as a winter sports area. While walking through the medieval town centre, you will find elegant shops and cafés. The Kitzbühel Museum embraces the story of the city, the regional winter sports and the paintings by local artist Alfons Walde which are exhibited here. Moreover, The museum’s roof terrace offers a panoramic view of the city of Kitzbühel which makes it the target destination for many visitors every season.
More Tyrolean hotspots: Ellmau – Innsbruck – Kirchberg in Tirol – Maurach – Mayrhofen – Neustift in the Stubaital – Pertisau at the Achensee – Seefeld in TirolSerfaus – Sölden