The new Kaunergrat Nature Park exhibition was housed in the popular Quellalpin indoor swimming pool in the Kauntertal valley.
The location was not chosen by chance: The Quellalpin Kaunertal is fed with spring water from the Kaunergrat Nature Park, and this is also where the new permanent exhibition was opened, which is entirely dedicated to the Kaunergrat Nature Park, its beauty, but also its fragility. Here you can look at climate, climate change and glaciers from different perspectives.
"With all force. Climate Glaciers Kaunertal" (Mit aller Kraft. Klima Gletscher Kaunertal), housed in the basement of the building, is decorated in white and blue shades on the theme of glaciers, creating a pleasant and calm ambience. It also informs about the science projects on the Gepatsch Glacier at the head of the Kaunertal valley, about regional strategies for adapting to climate change and about the glaciers in art and architecture. In addition, the valley's inhabitants, who live between the mighty glacier and the magnificent nature park, are involved and have their say.
By the way: Today, the Kaunergrat Nature Park covers the areas of Pitztal-Fliess-Kaunertal with 589.2 sqkm. It participates in the fulfilment of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and has created a large and effective network that includes Nature Park kindergartens and schools as well as partner businesses and cooperation partners such as Terra Raetica.
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€ 5.00 adults
€ 3.00 children
The permanent exhibition stays open all year round.