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Visit some of the countless sightseeing attractions in Carinthia and Eastern Tyrol.

Excursion tips for the whole family

Watch an ibex up-close or see cheese being made right in front of your eyes. Adrenaline junkies in Lienz will definitely find the rush they are looking for, too, perhaps on the new Osttirodler or out in the biggest high-ropes center in all of Tyrol.

Adventure in Nassfeld

In Nassfeld you will experience nature combined with fun and games for the whole family.

Bee Theme Path

Watch the busy activity at the bee house, come within touching distance of the bees, acquaint yourself with the life and work of these small, ...

Assling – a world of adventure

Visit Assling Wildlife Park on the “sun terrace” in Pustertal.

Water Theme Path in Galitzen Gorge

You can look forward to an imposing show of the primal power of water along the Water Theme Path in Galitzen Gorge in Lienz.

Garnitzen Gorge

On hot summer days, we recommend visiting the exciting “Garnitzenklamm” in Hermagor.

Gnoppnitzbach Gorge

Set out on an exciting family hike through the “Gnoppnitzbachklamm” in Greifenburg.

Granatium

Hunt for a fascinating semi-precious stone.

Malta Hochalmstraße

Take a journey through the “Valley of Plunging Waters” as you pass by numerous waterfalls along the Hochalmstraße.

Tyrol’s Biggest Climbing Park

From easy climbing elements close to the ground, to daredevil leaps 20 meters up, in other words, everything you could wish for to raise your pulse ...

Mölltal Glacier

Ride the Glacier Express funicular up to a totally different world.

Austria’s most spectacular Alpine Coaster

The Osttirodler in Lienz lets you experience the pure fun & excitement of sledding from May to October and from Christmas to March, regardless of ...

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