Kalkalpen National Parc
The Kalkalpen National Park in the Sengsengebirge and Reichraminger Hintergebirge Mountains is Austria’s largest protected forest area.
Covering an area of 209 km2, the Kalkalpen National Park is currently Austria’s largest contiguous forest area.
79% is designated as a pristine forest wilderness – which is unique in Austria.
The Kalkalpen National Park boasts 5,250 hectares of old beech forests, the primeval forests in the “Wildnisgebiet Dürrenstein” are Austria’s first UNESCO natural world heritage site.
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The Kalkalpen National Park is home to 50 mammals and 80 breeding bird species, 1,400 types of butterflies and more than 1,000 diverse flowering plants, ferns and mosses.
The national park however helps preserve not only a natural paradise, it also fosters our wellbeing. Here you can find peace and relaxation and enjoy nature with all your senses.