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Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau - Things to Know Before Visiting

Fischerau 12, 4645 Grünau im Almtal, Austria


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About Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

The Grünau zoo is home to around 500 animals. At the beginning only native wild animals lived in the wildlife park. In the course of time, animal species from other continents were added, including animal species that are now also living in the wild in Austria, such as raccoons and fallow deer.

Attractions Near Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

Almsee6.1km from Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

Almsee is a lake in Upper Austria's part of the Salzkammergut in the Almtal valley, 11 kilometers south of the village of Grünau im Almtal. A good picnic and camping location where you have possibilities of fishing bathing and so more. The lake drains through the Alm River. Since 1965, the area around the Almsee is under nature conservation.

Offensee10.18km from Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

A beautiful mountain lake located in the Upper Austrian part of the Salzkammergut in the municipality of Ebensee am Traunsee. The nutrient-poor lake, with its largely natural shores and the strongly structured vegetation belt with adjacent wetlands, offers habitats for many animal and plant species; the area has been a nature reserve since 1965. It is a popular swimming lake and excursion destination.

Laudachsee10.77km from Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

A beautiful lake between the mountains in the Upper Austrian part of the Salzkammergut and neighbour to the larger Traunsee. It is one of the favourite excursions for hikers and mountaineers on Grünberg mountain. Lake Laudachsee is also the starting point for alpine tours up or around the impressive Traunstein at 1,691 meters.

Traunstein10.96km from Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

Traunstein is the highest mountain on the east bank of Traunsee in the district of Gmunden, Austria. As measured by the height above sea level of its summit it is 1,691 metres high. Because of its almost vertical walls ending directly in the lake and secluded, advanced position Traunstein looks like a boulder in the landscape. Quiet risky trekking location and also there are options for many other adventures too.

Kleiner Sonnstein
Kleiner Sonnstein12.52km from Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

The Kleine Sonnstein is 923 m above sea level. A. high mountain in the municipality of Traunkirchen on the west bank of the Traunsee . It is a popular hiking mountain because of its excellent view over the Traunsee, the Tote Gebirge and the Höllengebirge . The Sonnsteinhütte of the Traunkirchen mountain rescue service is located near the summit. In the summit area there is a beautifully pronounced snow heather-pine forest.

Großer Priel
Großer Priel13.09km from Cumberland Wildlife Park Grünau

The Große Priel is the only peak in the Dead Mountains that protrudes above the 2500 m mark, and its rocky neighbor, the Spitzmauer, is considered the most beautiful elevation of the Dead Mountains. It ranks among the ultra prominent peaks of the Alps. Part of the Northern Limestone Alps, its steep Dachstein cliffs form the northeastern rim of a large karst plateau and are visible from afar across the Alpine Foreland.

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