© Land Tirol
Protected species: black grouse
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© Land Tirol
Protected species: deer
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© Land Tirol
Protected sites: protection forest
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© Land Tirol
Protected species: ibex
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Protected sites and species

Enjoy nature - outdoor exercise  - at one with nature.

With all outdoor sport, nature is the predominant motivation of the people who want to enjoy outdoor experience and activity. No one wants to have a negative effect on nature, which is so important for one's own enjoyment. Nevertheless, outdoor sport has an impact on nature. Creating conservation areas in the landscape draws attention to species particularly worthy of protection and to specific rights of other nature users. The responsible practice of sport also means showing respect for nature and the rights of others. 

"In order not to disturb wild animals being active during dawn we recommend to be at the summit not later than 2 pm. Thereby you still have enough time in case of emergency."

 

 

© Tyrolean regional Government
Übergang von Hellblau auf Weiß.
Flying Black Grouse
Flying Black Grouse
Red Deer at a feeding place
Red Deer at a feeding place
Ibex digging in the snow
Ibex digging in the snow.
Forest protecting a house from avalanches.
Forest protecting a house from avalanches.
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Contact:

 

Anna Koch

Province of Tyrol - Department for Forestry Conservation

Bürgerstr. 36, 6020 Innsbruck

info@bergwelt-miteinander.at

Tel.: +43 512 508 4609

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