With a snowy summit scraping the sky, the Grossglockner is one impressive alpine peak. Venture to the base of Austria's highest mountain for a chance to meet marmots, hit the museum or just take in grandstand views across the landscape. Afterwards, you'll visit Ferleiten Wild Animal Park in the heart of the High Tauern National Park.
Journey through green pastures and Sound-of-Music-style hills and you'll make the steady climb towards the base of Austria's highest peak – the Grossglockner. Arrive almost 2000m above sea level to enjoy striking views across the landscape and the chance to learn fascinating facts on the mountain's past, present and future in the museum. And if you're lucky, you may even spot a marmot or two – oversized squirrel creatures that call these parts home.
Afterwards, you'll wind your way deeper through High Tauern National Park, Austria's largest, stopping at a café for coffee and cake along the way. You'll eventually reach Ferleiten Wild Animal Park, home to 200 animals that are native to the Alps, for a safari experience.