The mightiest peaks in Austria, the largest glacier surfaces of the Eastern Alps and Europe’s most impressive waterfalls…
The crystal-clear water is a source of life for more than 10,000 animal species in the Hohe Tauern. In the breath-taking mountain landscape of the Hohe Tauern with its many different climatic zones, we find a unique and surprisingly versatile ecosystem. In the Hohe Tauern National Park, man and nature coexist in perfect harmony, creating a healthy habitat for the region’s fauna, flora and human inhabitants.
Central Europe’s largest conservation area by a wide margin opened in 1991. Its establishment marks the beginning of a singular success story…
German & English
Writer & Director Felix Koßdorff ● Cinematography Rolando Menardi ● Camera Assistant & Jib-Operator Raimund Sivetz ● Sound Recordist Jörg Goldbrunner ● Editing & Compositing Raimund Sivetz ● Music Andreas Fabianek ● Musician Martin Moro ● Commentary Martin Meszaros, Bernhard Höfele ● Narrator Andrew Golder ● Dubbing Mixer Andreas Fabianek ● Archive ScienceVision, ● Parts of the film were taken with the kind permission of Georg Riha from the documentary „Großglockner-The Black Mountain“ ● Aerials Georg Riha ● Additional Camera Jerzy Palasz, Christian Dimt, Thomas Kirschner, Oliver Kunz ● Production Manager Rita Schlamberger
Supported by Land Tirol and Bundesministerium für Land- und Forstwirtschaft.
A Production of ScienceVision for Hohe Tauern National Park.