From 1 May 2018 with the ‘Nationalpark Sommercard’ and the ‘Nationalpark Sommercard Mobil’ there will be two newall-inclusive tickets for a holiday in theHohe Tauern National Park holiday region. Guests receive these tickets from their accommodation provider on the day they arrive and with them get to avail of more than 60 attractions, such as the numerous cable cars and leisure and sports facilities, as well as free entry to sights, museums and natural sights. The ‘Nationalpark Sommercard Mobil’ also ensures you enjoy maximum mobility, since you get to use local public transport free of charge.The day ticket for the ‘Großglockner alpine road’ and the weekly ticket for the Gerlos Alpenstraße are also included.
The Hohe Tauern National Park holiday region opens up a world filled with diversity and variety for holiday-makers, with a wonderful natural backdrop. Glaciers, waterfalls, alpine inns, lodges and regional specialities can be explored on foot or by cable car, bus, local train or car. The 13 National Park valleyswith their 19 pretty, well-kept towns provide a wide variety of offers for families, nature lovers, hikers, those who have sporting ambitions and connoisseurs alike.The Hohe Tauern National Park is also the biggest National Park in the Alps and is particularly worth conserving – sustainability and environmentally-friendliness always have a key role to play here.
60 tickets providing free entry, free participation in the Ranger programme and additional discounts
To really make the most of this realm and to be able to sample its many offers, between 1 May and 31 October 2018 two newall-inclusive tickets are available. This ticket provides all visitors who spend the night in the holiday region in ahotel, private lodgings, holiday apartment or on the farm, the opportunity to avail of 60 attractions and other discounts every day – even on the day they arrive and the day they are due to depart.
A free service can be availed off every day
Tickets for instance include use of the panorama cable car in Hollersbach, Weißsee glacier realm, the cable cars in Neukirchen, in Rauris, in Königsleiten and in Großarl as well as free entry to thesportsand leisure facilities, for instance those in Hollersbach, the indoor pool in Mittersill, thearchery course in Stuhlfelden and the Embacher Berggolf hiking trail. Museums such as the National Park centre | 360 degrees, theplanetarium and observatory in Königsleiten, or the Oldtimer Museum Kaprun can be visited free of charge,as canthe Water World in Krimml, Krimml waterfalls, the wildlifeand leisure park in Ferleiten andgold-panning site Bodenhaus Rauris. (Excerpt)
Explore the unique natural landscape with National Park rangers
For those of you who want to get close to the natural surroundings in amindful manner, both tickets provide the option of taking part in the Rangerprogramme of weekly events at no extra cost. Each weekaround twenty guided hikesand excursionstake place in the National Park.The range on offer extends from‘Geocoaching in the valley of theemeralds’, to anexcursion to the‘primeval forest in Rauris’toa‘summit meeting on the Larmkogel’, scaling an easy three-thousand metre mountain.
Maximummobility for holiday guests with the ‘Nationalpark Sommercard Mobil’ premium ticket
The‘Nationalpark Sommercard Mobil’includes - as well as free entry tickets, the Ranger weekly programmeand additional discounts - the following mobility services for the duration of your stay:
• Daily use of Pinzgauer Lokalbahnand all SVV Postbussebetween Königsleiten and Rauris free of charge
• Free useofparticipatinghiking taxis in Dürnbachtal, Mühlbachtal, Habachtal and Seidlwinkltal
• FreeE-Bike hirefor a day
• A day ticket for theGroßglockner alpine road
• A weekly ticket for theGerlos Alpenstraße (also valid on the day you arrive and the day you are due to depart)
All information available at www.nationalparkcard.at