Kings of the Alps - Observing the ibexes

Kings of the Alps - Observing the ibexes

One of the most impressing wildlife-experiences in the Hohe Tauern National Park: to watch the mighty Ibex from close distance!

  • Alpine wildlife tour
  • Accompanied by a National Park Ranger

per adult

 bookable from 27.05.2022 until 09.09.2022

Since 1960 the Capricorn is reinstated in the Hohe Tauern and during the last 50 years, it´s population has grown steadily. Especially in the Grossglockner area the largest Capricorn population has developed with approximately 120 head of game. An experienced Wildlife Ranger will choose the ideal wildlife-view points, and if you´re lucky, you will spot Marmots, Bearded Vultures and Golden Eagles too.

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Adulds Children (6 - 15 years)
€ 20,00* € 13,00*

* For owners of the National Park Kärnten Card the participation is free of charge! If you stay in one of the inclusive establishments of the Nationalpark Kärnten Card, please contact us.

Facts & Information

  • Availability
    Every Friday from 27th May to 9th September
  • Meeting Point
    07:00 a.m. Alpine Center Glocknerhaus on Grossglockner high alpine road to Kaiser-Franz-Josephs-Hoehe
  • Duration
    About 2,5 hours, of which 1,5 hours will be spent walking
  • Difficulty level
    - Easy alpine wildlife tour
    - Suitable for children from 6 years
  • Required equipment
    Stable hiking shoes, warm and weatherproof clothing, small rucksack with a small snack and water (at least
    1 litre is recommended) and a hiking stick (optional).


For further details please contact us or simply give us a call on +43 4824 2700-20.

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Information and Booking Center Heiligenblut am Großglockner
Hof 38 | 9844 Heiligenblut am Großglockner
Tel.: +43 4824 2700-20 | Fax: DW -4
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Hohe Tauern - die Nationalpark-Region in Kärnten Tourismus GmbH

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