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Wildnisgebiet Sulzbachtäler_ © Hohe Tauern NP - Tobias Kaser
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Obersulzbachtal_ © Hohe Tauern National Park
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Danilo-Re Berchtesgaden © Feil Johann
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Burg Kaprun © Mairitsch
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Auswahl_© Hohe Tauern National Park
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The Trophy of the Alpine Protected Areas

The Trophy of the Alpine Protected Areas

General organization :                   

National Park Hohe Tauern - Salzburg Authority

Gerlos Strasse 18 - AT-5730 MITTERSILL

Tel: +43 (0)6562 40849 - 0

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Accommodation:                                                                                                  

TVB Kaprun

Salzburgerplatz 6 - AT-5710 KAPRUN

Tel. +43 (0)6547 8080

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Further information:

ALPARC 

Alpine Network of Protected Areas                                                      

256, rue de la République – F-73000 CHAMBERY                             

Tel: +33 (0)4.79.26.55.00                                                           

Contact: Camille Larmoyer

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About Danilo Re

The “Danilo Re Memorial” is dedicated to a ranger of the province of Cuneo (Piemont, Italy) who died during his service in 1995.

For many years, this is the occasion for the agents of the protected areas to meet.

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National Park Hohe Tauern 

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The largest national park in the Alps lies at the heart of the unique, high-mountain landscapes of Hohe Tauren. Like an Artic voyage...


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