Century old beech forests paired with steep rock and wild water, that is the TRANS NATIONALPARK. A bike route that winds through all the ups and downs of Kalkalpen National Park and Gesäuse National Park. Nature lovers and sports enthusiasts alike get their money's worth here.
A complete Transnational Park round trip can be divided into six days. Those who prefer a more leisurely pace should explore the transnational park in the form of day tours. The routes are very well signposted, and on the Internet you can find providers who organize luggage transport and overnight accommodation.
Forests with primeval forest character, rare animal species, breathtaking views - all these special features are commonplace in both the Gesäuse National Park and the Kalkalpen National Park. On the Transnational Park, the bike route that connects these two natural jewels, you can hardly stop marveling. 500-year-old trees, golden eagles, lynx and iridescent alpine goats feel right at home here - the Transnational Park is a tour through an untouched world full of uniqueness.
The TRANS NATIONALPARK leads through two international protected areas. The Gesäuse National Park with breathtaking mountain scenery and the Kalkalpen National Park with over 500-year-old beech forests, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. What is still missing in this synthesis of the arts is you.
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In six stages through two federal states and two national parks. Here, all nature lovers and sports enthusiasts alike get their money's worth.
They are rustic and outspoken, the Gesäuse inns. And "regional" is not a code word in the Gesäuse, but a duty. In their backpacks they have a selection of Styrian classics to delight the palate. The traditional preparation awakens a thousand and one memories and, on balance, simply makes you blissful.
And restful sleep is possible in the Gesäuse anyway. Hotels, guesthouses, huts and campsites are scattered all over the Gesäuse. Everyone is sure to find a comfortable bed for the night. That's a promise!