Partners of Grossarltal
Hüttschlag (elev. 1,020 m) is a former mining community. Since 1991, it has been part of Hohe Tauern National Park. In addition, it is one of Austria’s “Mountaineering Villages”. This village of around 920 permanent residents offers some 550 guest beds and, with its picturesque valley head as well as the Talwirt National Park Info Center and the Valley Museum, is a popular excursion destination for young and old.
The biggest skiing enjoyment in Austria with 760 km of pistes and 270 lifts. And Grossarl is right there, live, in the middle of all the action.
The marketing organization for Salzburg Province in Austria.
Hohe Tauern National Park – holidays in harmony with nature. Hohe Tauern National Park Holiday Region is a very special holiday region.
Explore 8 different natural worlds as you discover the extraordinary diversity of Hohe Tauern National Park.
The marketing orgnaization for all of Austria.
Complete information about the local Grossarl sports club.
Photographer, graphics studio, photo service, giant digital photo archive.
Information about the annual scouting forum in Grossarl.
Nature photographer from Grossarl and publisher of numerous photo calendars and photography books.
Take full advantage of the insurance services offered by Europäische Reiseversicherung. They will pay cancellation costs in the event of illness or other unforeseen circumstances. Fast, convenient and unbureaucratic.
Musical entertainers from Grossarltal.
Year-round skiing in the middle of North Rhine-Westphalia.
On this Internet platform, you will find offers from Austria’s most beautiful hiking villages. Grossarltal and its two communities, Grossarl and Hüttschlag, have been a member of this successful cooperation since 2005.
Small, quality mountaineering villages. Enjoyable places to spend your valuable vacation time. This initiative of the Austrian Alpine Association brought together a number of communities that have been regional pioneers in alpinism. Hüttschlag in Grossarltal has been a member of this organization since the very beginning.
Long-distance hiking trail through the Pongau region of Salzburg. 350 km of paths, 120 huts, 31 stages through 25 communities.