The Nature Park House sees itself as the hub of the nature park, as an information center and a service facility for all nature and culture interested visitors to the region. This is where the nature park should become accessible and vulnerable, from where a well-developed network of paths explores the natural diversity. Whether with local specialties on the most beautiful sun terrace in Tyrol or with a tour of the multimedia exhibition "3000 m VERTIKAL"; The Nature Park House combines recreation and knowledge gain in an extremely enjoyable way. Directly in front of the door of the Nature Park House you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the precipice of the valley on the viewing platform Nature and Culture Panorama Gacher Blick.
Experience the nature park "3000m VERTICAL"
The Nature Park House houses a multimedia exhibition that lets visitors experience the special features of the nature park up close.
The multimedia design captivates even the smallest "naturalists" and turns the exhibition into an exciting excursion for the whole family into a fascinating alpine world. The interactive hike leads through the different habitats of the nature park - from the dry steppe slopes in the valley up to a steep 3,000 meters up to eternal ice. The small and large wonders of the nature park can be experienced with all five senses. This opens exciting perspectives on geology, plants, animals and people in the region. A film also offers a revealing retrospective in the form of an adventurous dream trip to the ancient Bronze Age.
The nature park house is wheelchair friendly and has a disabled toilet. A Swiss-Trac will be provided to the Rolli guests free of charge.
Every season visitors discover the unique flora and fauna and so recharge their batteries and energy inmitter a unique natural landscape. The center of this quiet and natural oasis is the Nature Park House am Gachen Blick in Fließ. There, the extraordinary exhibition "3000m Vertical" gives an insight into the habitat natural park.
Accessibility with buses:
- Accessible Piller Moor - Moorlehrpfad am Gachen Blick : On a round hike (about 2.5 km in length) you can find information boards about moor development, moor vegetation and peat extraction. The theme trail can be hiked in about 1.5 hours. The Piller Moor is accessible for people with disabilities in some areas barrier-free via bars. For wheelchair users, Swiss Tracks (tractor units) are available for hire in the Nature Park House.
- Observation platform at Gachenblick with a fantastic view of the surrounding mountains
From Fliess and from Wenns buses up to 12m drive without exception to the nature park house. Buses over 12m are not allowed on the street.
Further information can be found at kaunergrat.at