Carpe Solem Rauris

The "secret jewel of the Hohe Tauern National Park", the Rauris valley, will be enriched by a new holiday resort: The modern apartment resort "Carpe Solem Rauris" consists of 70 units and about 300 beds directly at the cable car station Rauriser Hochalmbahnen. A 700 m² spa area belongs to the exclusive amenities of the resort. The spar area consists of an infinity pool with breathtaking view to the mountain peaks, panoramic saunas, steam bath, infrared cabins, experience showers, an ice grotto and an alpine roof garden.

An in-house sport shop guarantees that our guests are well advised - whether in search of the perfect ski or hiking shoe. In-house ski instructors make sure that beginners, but also advanced skiers improve their skills. The children's exercise lift is located directly at the holiday resort.

Culinary delights and fine wines are offered by the resort´s restaurant.

The fully equipped apartments (35 to 105 m²) can accommodate 2 to 10 people. The Carpe Solem Rauris is an ideal retreat in Austria's mountains - both in summer and winter - to recharge batteries and relax after an active day in the Hohe Tauern National Park. We also bring nature into your home: in the apartments and public areas, high-quality local materials such as Rauris natural stone and larch wood are processed.

Opening of the resort: 2021


Construction Modern, fully equipped apartments
Location Rauris valley, close to Zell am See
Size 35 – 105 m²
Occupancy up to 10 persons
Highlights Directly at the cable car station (Rauriser Hochalmbahnen), Ski in - Ski out, 700 m² spa area with Infinity Pool
Catering Self catering (restaurant in the resort)
Parking lots Available (garage)
WIFI free of charge

Highlights of the holiday region Raurisertal im Nationalpark Hohe Tauern

In the 30 km long Rauris valley amidst the SalzburgerLand, one experiences holidays away from the hustle and bustle - and very close to nature. "The Raurisers" are proud to have preserved traditions and the environment.

Visitors can enjoy "real natural jewels" and natural peculiarities such as the Rauris primeval forest or the Rauriser UrQuell, a power place where water gushes incessantly. Speaking of water: the water element accompanies you in every step of the Rauris valley and has given the valley the name "Valley of the Springs". In addition to lush alpine meadows, mighty three-thousanders such as the Hohe Sonnblick (whose 3,106-meter-high summit is enthroned by Europe's highest, permanently occupied weather station), and dark forests, thundering waterfalls and mountain streams characterize the landscape.

Another particularity can be discovered in the "Valley of the Vultures", the Rauris Krumltal: bearded and griffon vultures circle majestically next to golden eagles - and with a little luck, they can be observed together with wild boar and marmots.

In summer, guests have the opportunity to explore the nature of the Hohe Tauern National Park together with a national park ranger. Which, of course, should not be missed on the 295 km of marked hiking trails and alpine ascents: a good snack, which can be enjoyed at one of 40 alpine huts.

In winter, skiers enjoy the family ski area of the Rauriser Hochalmbahnen. With its 30 well-groomed slopes and wide slopes for all levels of difficulty, it is especially popular for families and (re) beginners. The region is also very popular for ski tours, winter hikes and cross-country skiing.

Golden valley of the alps? The Raurisertal was for centuries considered the center of gold mining, which has left its mark to these days. And with a little luck, you may also be able to wash fine baubles out of the water.