The parish church is St Dedicated to Saint Vincent of Saragossa, and was first mentioned in the year 1273. Also the so-called Mountaineer cemetery is located here. In the past, the fatally injured climbers were buried here. About the Deceased can be read in a book of metal in the cemetery. Back in Obervellach, we visited the Colonel mountain master Office”that the National Park exhibition houses within its walls. An exhibition with lots of interesting information and exciting stories about the National Park Hohe Tauern. A must for all who want to understand more about the nature.
Except for the exhibition of the National Park that is home to style Colonel mountain master Office yet exclusive apartments in the designer. The 500-year-old house was lovingly restored Mr Wolfgang Rotomer and Mr Josef four belly of its owners – and equipped with 11 holiday apartments. The apartments include 2-6 beds, fully equipped kitchen, shower and toilet. So an apartment is pretty cheap. For 2-4 only from Euro 68.-incl.
the National Park Karnten card you will pay people. Who not even wants to prepare his breakfast, which has to provide is the opportunity in the small cafe on the ground floor. Selected quality of biscuits, Snak’s and an excellent coffee can with the day Well start security. Strengthened so it can go to a good ski tour on the Ankogel Mallnitz. To our surprise, our National Park Ranger, who will lead us, is no Austrians but as there should already be a Dutchman. Ron Kapteyn has lived for many years in Obervellach, is now certified mountain guide and has passed the Hohe Tauern National Park Ranger test after 3 years study. A man with almost untoward expertise. There is nothing what Ron had no answer. The always fun and blessed with much humor outdoorsman offers also a holiday house for gourmets of a super prospect.