Note: On Thursday, 27th June 2019, the E-Charging-Station will not work at the Hochtor.
The 15-hectare wildlife park can be found on the Salzburg site of the alpine road directly by the road charge booth in Fusch-Ferleiten. Here, at the entrance to the wild and romantic Käfertal, you get to observe around 200 animals that are native to the Alps. Imposing ibexes, impressive wolves, cute marmots and brisk chamois are only a few of the animal species you’ll get to see at Ferleiten wildlife park. The park is open every day from early May to early November from 8 am until nightfall! The round tour of the park takes about an hour. All paths are accessible for prams and wheelchair. There’s a pond with a rest area and a look-out in the middle of the park. Countless display and educational provide you with interesting information about the animals and plants of the Alps.
The interactive exhibition with cinema allows you to immerse yourself in the varied underwater world at the national park around the Grossglockner. Look out for traces in the streams and pond of Ferleiten wildlife park accompanied by a National Park ranger and equipped with a microscope and scoop from early July to mid-September (guided tours at 11 am and 3 pm). Children and adults alike will continue to be wowed by the diverse life under the water’s surface. Tip: birthday children up to age 14 (please provide ID) can visit Ferleiten wildlife park for free!
The wildlife park is adjacent to a 20,000 m² theme park for children. Admission is free as is parking for cars and buses! Lots of variety is on offer. While your kids conquer trampolines, diggers, water games, swings or electronic scooters, you can enjoy relaxation and the divine view of the mountain scenery surrounding the park on the terraces of the gastronomic stations.