Regional Products

National Park Hohe Tauern

The unrivalled natural beauty is a feast for the eyes, the spicy, fresh mountain fragrance lingers in the air, sun and wind tickle the skin. You can see, smell and feel the National Park, but above all: You can taste it!


Would you like a piece of the National Park on your plate? Connoisseurs can have the quality-certified specialities from the National Park region melt on their tongue. Because when it reads “Regionalprodukt Hohe Tauern National Park” on the outside, genuine, authentic taste is what you find inside. The products are manufactured in East Tyrol and at least 50% of the raw materials used come from the National Park region. 

So delectable

If you have developed a gusto for it, you can purchase selected “Hohe Tauern Regional Products” at the following direct retailers - and even take a piece of the National Park home with you:

  • Talmarkt Matrei
  • Bauernladen Virgen
  • Stadtmarkt Lienz
  • Hofladen Peischlerwirt Unterpeischlach
  • Almsennerei Tauer Matrei
  • Regiomat Gaimberg
  • Deferegger Machlkammer
  • Kalser Handwerksladen & Köstlichkeiten
  • Hofladen Kuenzhof

Certified Products

from the Hohe Tauern National Park

Since 2019, more than 50 products from 12 producers in Osttirol have been certified as “Nationalpark Hohe Tauern Regionsprodukt”.


These products are manufactured in East Tyrol, contain 50 % of raw materials from the Hohe Tauern National Park region and thus qualify for the official National Park seal.

Almsennerei Tauer

Gschlößtal, Matrei in Osttirol

The Almsennerei Tauer (Tauer alpine dairy) is located at the entrance of the Gschlösstal valley.  In the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, in a fairy-tale scenery, the cows spend their summers feeding on lush Alpine herbs. The lovely fresh cow's milk forms the best basis for excellent products from the Hohe Tauern National Park. 


Certified Products from the Hohe Tauern National Park:
Bergkäse Rainerhorn, Tauernkogel (alpine cheese), Graukäse Wildenkogel (Tyrolean grey cheese), Gschlößtaler Almbutter (alpine butter)



The Bödenlerhof is situated at 1,220 metres above sea level at Hochberg in Nussdorf. Here is the home of the Lugger family with their laying hens that can enjoy the outdoor nature whenever weather permits and have plenty of room to pick and scratch. Their diet is carefully monitored to ensure that the hens have different types of grain, mountain hay, fresh grass and water. No wonder that the “Osttiroler HochBerg-Ei” (East Tyrol mountaintop eggs) from the Nussdorf National Park community taste so delicious!


Certified Products from the Hohe Tauern National Park:
Osttiroler HochBerg-Ei (Osttirol mountaintop eggs)


Kals am Großglockner

The idyllically located Figerhof at the foot of the Grossglockner Mountain offers delicacies from the goat. Farmer Philipp Jans milks the animals daily and the goat's milk is processed into delicious goat milk products for the breakfast table or the snack platter.


Certified Products from the Hohe Tauern National Park:
Glocknerkugeln (cheese), Glocknerlaibchen (small cheese loafs)


Kals am Großglockner

At the Peischlerwirt farm in Unterpeischlach, Vroni and Hannes grow fruit, cereals and herbs, but also keep cattle, pigs and poultry. The certified regional products of the Hohe Tauern National Park are offered for sale in their own farm shop.


Certified Products from the Hohe Tauern National Park: 
Spelt, spelt flour, rowanberry-plum schnapps, Osttiroler Pregler (regional fruit spirit), fresh herbs, herbal teas, apple crisps



Matthias and Theresa Kollnig manage the mountain farm Kollnighof in Obernussdorf with great passion and all their heart and soul. These innovative producers pamper their sheep with the best grass and ensure that they have everything they need. Their love for animals and agriculture is reflected in their products. 


Certified Products from the Hohe Tauern National Park: 
Natural and fruit yoghurt, Camembert and Mozzarella cheese and sheep's cheese preserved in oil

Lenzingerhof / Schneeberger

Matrei in Osttirol

The family-run Lenzingerhof is managed sustainably. Cows and sheep spend the summer months idyllically on the herb-rich alpine pastures in the Gschlösstal in the Hohe Tauern National Park. The slaughtering of the animals and the meat production take place gently and largely stress-free without long transport routes.


Certified Products from the Hohe Tauern National Park: 
Bacon, Henkele (marinated & smoked meat), Hauswürstel (homemade sausages), fresh lamb and pork

Braugasthof Glocknerblick

Kals am Großglockner

At Braugasthof Glocknerblick you will find "unsas” (ours) - as the Rogl family calls their amber-coloured, distinctive, naturally cloudy home-brewed beer. With its finely balanced flavour, it convinces right from the very first sip! Elisabeth, the National Park partner-host, offers regional cuisine and cooks with great passion using local agricultural resources.

Certified Products from the Hohe Tauern National Park: 
„unsas“ beer from the in-house brewery, Graukas soup (Tyrolean grey cheese soup) served in a jar

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