Booking-Hotline: +43 6547 8776



Directions: Approx. 6.7 km, 13 min
GPS: N47.28299, E12.816643
Open: Easter to November, 10-20h

Swing the bat! On the small golf course at Sportcamp Woferlgut. Waterfalls, streams, bridges, sand bunkers, rocks and slopes await golf professionals and amateurs. The beauty of golf is that you can play outdoors and enjoy the great outdoors.

The facility at Sportcamp Woferlgut inspires with 2 levels of difficulty. The individually designed lanes made of artificial grass show similarity with real golf greens. Adventure Golf comes closest to the “big” golf.

Katharina’s family tip: fun for the whole family!

Special features: great staged small golf course for young and old

Contact: , Tel.: +43/6545 73 03


Directions: Approx. 7.9 km, 9 min
GPS: N47.284411,E12.823441
Open: Mon-Fri 9-18h, Sat 9-12h

Here 10,000 handmade candle products are displayed and sold. Along the way, a unique wax museum displays full-size wax figures. Well-known fairy tales such as Brothers Grimm, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel, Puss in Boots, the Frog King and many more. are addressed.

Katharina’s family tip: Experience fairy tales up close and personal

Features: giant candles selection

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6545 222 22


Directions: Approx. 12.6 km, 14 min
GPS: N47.272241, E12.822704
Open: April-October, Tue-Sun from 10-18h

In Fusch on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road, experience wood craftsmanship through the ages. On two floors in the newly adapted old saw building you can learn more about the development of sawing technology. Afterwards, you can try out various board games while enjoying coffee and cake in the Holzknechtstube.

Katharina’s family tip: exciting knowledge transfer on how wood is created from seed to noble product

Special features: fun bowling in the wooden bowling alley, show sawmill.

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6546 217


Journey: Approx. 25 km, 25 min
GPS: N47.228895, E12.815094
Open: Beginning of May until October, from 8-22h

The adventure park directly on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. Take a leisurely walk through the wildlife park and observe native wildlife and high-capacity game species here. The National Park Pavilion “Life Under Water” lets you immerse yourself in the life of primeval trout & co. Afterwards you can relax on the sun terrace of the rustic Wildpark-Alm.

Katharina’s family tip: Fun and games in the amusement park free of charge on 20,000m².

Special features: free adventure play park, free entrance to wildlife park, life under water, 250 highly interesting wild animals.

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6546 220


Directions: Approx. 25 km, 25 min to the Ferleiten toll station
GPS: N47.123644, E12.826138
Open: May – November 6-20h

The most famous alpine road leads to the highest mountain in Austria, the Großglockner (3,798m) and its glacier, the Pasterze. 48km of high alpine road with 36 hairpin bends allow you to climb up to 2,504m. The Grossglockner High Alpine Road is not for nothing one of the most fascinating panoramic roads in Europe. Changing exhibitions, themed trails, children’s playgrounds and magnificent views promise an unforgettable day.

Special features: Pasterze glacier, high alpine road, dream road for motorcycles and road cyclists

Contact:, Tel.: +43/662 873 673 0


Directions: Approx. 12.4 km, 13 min
GPS: N47.281587, E12.647966
Open: Information provided by the hosts

The museum deals with man and horse in the Hohe Tauern National Park.

Katharina’s family tip: educational and worth seeing

Special features: Trials, videos, dialect

Contact:,+43/664 544 11 00


Journey: Approx. 35 km, 40 min
GPS: N 47.172445, E12.624464
Open: daily 9.30-17h

With the cable car to the most beautiful entrance to the Hohe Tauern National Park. The high alpine vacation world invites you to unforgettable hikes, alpine crossings and walks. You can also find a variety of climbing opportunities for beginners and advanced climbers. If you feel like a motorcycle or bike tour you can follow the panoramic road to Enzingerboden (1480m).

Katharina’s family tip: an experience for the whole family

Special features: fantastic panoramic view (17 peaks over 3000m), climbing, hiking, Berghotel Rudolfshütte with large indoor climbing area

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6563 20 15 00


Journey: Approx. 25 km, 26 min
GPS: N 47.28412, E12.476978
Open: daily 9-18h

Experience eight fascinating natural areas in the adventure exhibition in Mittersill as well as a reflection of the Hohe Tauern National Park that is worth knowing. Immerse yourself in nature with all your senses.

Katharina’s family tip: exciting, modern adventure museum

Special features: Eagle panorama flight, marmot & co, mountain forest gallery, 3D cinema, avalanche dome

Contact:,+43/6562 40 939


Directions: Approx. 37 km, 8 min
GPS: N47.271717, E12.338662
Open: Information provided by the hosts

Large farmhouse from the 14th century, one of the largest mineral exhibitions in Salzburg, crafts, beekeeping, customs and religious art.

Katharina’s family tip: bee exhibition, emeralds & crystals

Special features: Minerals, bees, man and culture

Contact:,+43/6566 76 78


Journey: Approx. 35 km, 40 min
GPS: N47.225281, E12.340364
Open: Summer

The Emerald Trail offers hikers scenic enjoyment and provides information about minerals and geology of the Habach Valley.

Katharina’s family tip: Hiking and knowledge



Journey: Approx. 46 km, 50 min
GPS: N 47.222425, E12.274203
Open: daily June-Oct, guided tours 11 u 14h

In Neukirchen am Großvenediger there is an original show mine characterized by the hard working conditions of a 500-year mining history.

Special features: Gorge waterfall, mountain forest tree species, rock structure.

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6562 409 39


Journey: Approx. 52 km, 50 min
GPS: N47.221434,E12.169304
Open: daily from May-Oct

With their impressive drop height of 380 m, the Krimml Waterfalls are the fifth highest waterfalls in the world. Experience the refreshing spray and the imposing power of water amidst the dreamlike scenery of the Hohe Tauern National Park.

Katharina’s family tip: great natural spectacle, well-developed trail

Special features: fifth highest waterfalls in the world, height of fall 380m

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6564/72 12


Journey: Approx. 52 km, 50 min
GPS: N47.216245, E12.170606
Open: daily May-Oct

Water as a miracle and elixir of life. Great, modern museum with cinema, Aqua Park and much more.

Katharina’s family tip: educational experience about the topic of water

Special features: House of Water, Water Adventure Park, Multivision Cinema, Waterfall House.

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6564 20 113


Journey: Approx. 57 km, 60 min
GPS: N47.263854, E12.126045
Open: Information provided by the hosts

In the personally guided planetarium performance, you will be shown some star images based on the current starry sky. Following the evening planetarium tour, there will be observations with the telescopes.

Katharina’s family tip: Learn about stars and planets

Special features: highest observatory in Europe, over 7000 stars to see

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6564 200 14


Journey: Approx. 24 km, 25 min
GPS: N47.291514, E12.975268
Open: May-Oct 8-18h

The Rauriser Ache has washed its way into the rock here in the form of a bizarre gorge over thousands of years of work. Visit the unique natural spectacle with numerous idyllic bays, the impressive hermitage and descend into the past.

Katharina’s family tip: great natural spectacle, new via ferrata

Special features: fantastic views of the roaring water, 2h walking time

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6543 52 19


Journey: Approx. 32 km, 34 min
GPS: N47.227263, E12.994223
Open: daily 9.30-17h June-Oct

Gold panning, gold panning courses, vulture watching, alpine pasture hiking and experiences at the Goldberg Group

Katharina’s family tip: fun gold panning with bowl and shovel

Special features: Kings of the air, bird of prey station right next door

Contact:, Tel.: +43/6544 70 52


Journey: Approx. 32 km, 34 min
GPS: N47.227219, E12.992823
Open: daily 10-18h May-Oct

Golden eagles, griffon vultures and bearded vultures are the great kings of the skies in the Hohe Tauern.

Katharina’s family tip: the biggest birds in the Alps, integrated cinema

Special features: close to gold panning and bird of prey sanctuary



Journey: Approx. 32 km, 34 min
GPS: N47.226913, E12.991476
Open: daily May-Sept

Explore and discover the world of birds of prey at eye level. Experience the flight demonstration with impressive swifts, falcons and large owls.

Katharina’s family tip: Experience birds of prey up close

Features: near gold panning and house kings of the air


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