Transforming mind, body & spirit in Tirol: For those seeking to recharge in the great outdoors, ‘The Land in the Mountains’ is the promised land. Travellers can take some quiet time listening to nature and absorbing the amazing scenery. In these treasured surroundings, they can come to terms with nature at her most benevolent. Your clients will feel both a sense of calm and rejuvenation that renews the soul and ignites a spark to the spirit.
Immersing in Tirol’s natural wonderland: The overwhelming beauty of the Heart of the Alps is spectacular. One of Tirol’s biggest claims to fame is its 573 Three-Thousanders, peaks that rise more than 3,000 meters above sea level. These sky-scraping summits and dramatic mountain ranges dominate the Alpine landscape of Tirol. From the snowy peaks, pristine waters converge and flow through spectacular, deeply incised Canyons and Gorges. There are more than 10,000 sources where pure and great tasting water springs. Visitors can experience Tirol’s streams, brooks, and rivers in many ways. The embodiment of a bucolic, lazy summer day, crystalline Alpine Lakes and Waterfalls are perfect places to dip more than a toe into the water.
Clients can seize their own special moments of soaring peaks, stunning glaciers, lush carpets of Alpine wildflowers fed by clear bubbling springs, and delightful glimpses of wildlife: Tirol’s five Nature Parks (Tiroler Lech Nature Park, Kaunergrat Nature Park, Ötztal Nature Park, Karwendel Nature Park, Zillertal Alps Nature Park) and Hohe Tauern National Park are full to the brim with beautiful, natural scenery and will quickly capture your clients’ heart—becoming one with nature has never been easier. With a surface area of 1,856 square kilometers, Hohe Tauern National Park is the largest protected area in Austria, greeting visitors with rugged postcard-perfect peaks, mighty ice-covered glaciers and pristine wilderness.
“Beauty Lies in the Eye of the Beholder”
In the 5 Tyrolean nature parks and the Hohe Taunern National Park, nature-loving hikers can set out to explore the unique flora and fauna with binoculars from Swarovski Optik and professional guidance from a nature park ranger: www.tirol.at/nature-watch
The Hohe Tauern National Park, the Karwendel Nature Park and the Ötztal Nature Park offer interested amateur photographers photo workshops with professional nature photographers.
Volunteering – Give a Helping Hand
Planting trees, mending fences, working in the Alpine cheese dairy… seeing Tirol’s five Nature Parks and Hohe Tauern National Park like no one else can: Volunteer projects help protect a range of habitats and the animals that live there. These unique programs are about conservation and about giving a helping hand. Your clients can get involved for a day or two and leave Tirol better than they found it! For more details visit www.tirol.at/volunteering (in german)