Kaunergrat Nature Park covers an area of almost 600 square kilometres from the Upper Inntal Valley into the Ötztal Alps and encompasses the Pitztal and Kaunertal valleys, as well as Fliess municipality.
Have you ever encountered a herd of ibex? Not an uncommon experience when you are out and about at the right time in Kaunergrat Nature Park. 1,200 live examples of these agile, horned goats live here in the mountains namely. There is much more, however, to discover during excursions through the Nature Park: for example, 1,100 species of butterflies, 84 three thousand metre high peaks and 47 alpine farms. From the Upper Inntal Valley to the Ötztal Alps, rare and interesting natural and cultural landscapes unfold in the Kaunergrat Nature Park over a 590 square kilometre area, which can be explored on a myriad of themed trails and guided hikes. As the Nature Park covers all altitude levels found in the Alps, the natural spectacles and experiences offered are rich in diversity.