Bundesverband eMobilität e.V. (The Federal Association eMobility)
The Federal Association eMobility (BEM), is committed long-terms to shifting the mobility in Germany to electric mobility with use of renewable energy. This objective is based on the Federal Government’s proposition to become the leading market for electric mobility within the next ten years. It is one of the duties of the BEM to improve the basic legal parameters for the development of electric mobility as a sustainable and visionary mobility concept as well as the implementation of equal opportunities during the adjustment to electric mobility. In order to reach these objectives, the BEM will interconnect the players from economics, politics and media, advance the public awareness for electric mobility and advocate the necessary infrastructural changes. With regards to a changing society, that recognizes its social and ecological responsibility, the BEM intends to integrate the fascination for electric mobility into the everday life of people by realizing their practical experience of it.
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Discover the Holiday Region Hohe Tauern National Park and be amazed!
When the Yellow Stone National Park in the Rocky Mountains was founded in 1872, the foundationstone for a global vision was laid: the National Park Idea. This means, to maintain unique natural landscapes for us as well as coming generations and to make it tangible and possible for mankind to experience. The Hohe Tauern National Park with 1,856 km2 is the largest national park in the Alps featuring a combination of pristine and untouched alpine landscapes and cultivated pastures. It extends from around 1,000 metres above sea level up to the highest peak of Austria – the Großglockner (3,798 m). As such, a hike from the valleys up to the glaciated peaks of the park takes you literally on a journey into the arctic featuring all climate zones between Central Europe and the North Pole. Especially in summer the main range of the Hohe Tauern with its peaks, glaciers, rivers, waterfalls, alpine lakes and alpine pastures remain an unforgettable experience. Since the founding of Yellow Stone the idea of protecting unique and pristine landscapes has been carried on by many people with spirit and fascination. The team of the Park Administration wishes all visitors to experience some of this fascination on their own during their stay in the Hohe Tauern National Park!
The Alpine Adventure Road
On the way to the Grossglockner and the Pasterze you experience a 4,000 km journey to the Arctic. Ascending from 1,500 m up to the Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Höhe, you cross all the vegetation zones from grain fields to eternal ice. Along the road there are numerous information boards, six educational paths, two information centers and the newly built national park information center at the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe an ultramodern designed visual school of nature. Thus, you experience what you are looking for, if you want to make the most out of the high-alpine nature experience. The road over the Hochtor also follows age-old tracks. Nearly two thousand years before Christ people crossed the Hochtor. This is documented with the findings such as pre-Celtic bronze knives, Celtic gold jewelry, medieval horse bridles and chains from galley slaves from the 17th century. The Hochtor held third place, after the Brenner and Radstädter Tauern, up to the height of the golden age in the 17th century as a trade route, with barely ten per cent of the trade volume of the Eastern Alps
Ferienregion Nationalpark Hohe Tauern GmbH
Gerlos Straße 18