An awareness of the harmony between nature and people is more evident in the mountain village of Kals am Großglockner in the Hohe Tauern National Park than in many other places. At a height of 1350 m above sea level and with the natural environment and the impressive mountains of East Tyrol so close, the region and its people are very special.
Kals am Großglockner is a meeting point for all those wanting to enjoy nature in its unspoiled form. Local customs and village culture are alive in the village that is in fact a valley. With amazing views of the mountains of the Hohe Tauern National Park and lots of sunshine, the village at the foot of the Großglockner attracts visitors to spend a while here. Kals am Großglockner, in amongst beautiful scenery, is a paradise for all the family, inspiring visitors to enjoy leisurely walks, or embark on serious summit storming.
Kals am Großglockner (Tourist information)
When on holiday in the National Park, the Großglockner, the highest mountain in Austria, is your constant companion. Climbing the Großglockner on the 2 day “Königstour” is a wish of many mountaineers. However, aside from for those wanting to attack the highest peak, the region at the gateway to the National Park has plenty to offer. There are 250 km of hiking paths of all standards, from easy panoramic walks through to a via ferrata or the Blauspitz east ridge; everyone will find their own personal outdoor experience, such as relaxing walks into the Ködnitz valley, the villages, the Teischnitz and Lesach valleys, or a guided nature excursion with a National Park ranger.
We offer guests at the Gradonna an exceptional highlight. For those wanting to embark on this 2 day tour up the Großglockner with a qualified Kals mountain guide, we offer support not just in the form of a luxury holiday before you set off, but also we give you one night free, when you are away from the hotel but you can retain your room continually for the duration.
The region around the Gradonna Mountain Resort and the mountain village of Kals in the East Tyrol are special sources of energy. Strong energy fields arise due to the underwater running water and veins of rock. The fault lines that have arisen, in combination with the terrain, have created such strong energy fields. Sharpen your senses and immerse yourself in this special experience of nature.
Experience the Hohe Tauern National Park and the region on holidays in the mountains at the ****s Gradonna Mountain Resort where you can experience nature at first hand hiking, biking, or skiing in winter. We offer special services such as a mountaineer’s breakfast, sports shop with equipment hire, and lots of other benefits.
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