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Welcome to Austrian Alps, AustriaThe Austrian Alps are Europe's major range of mountains, spanning from the Mediterranean coast of France via Switzerland, N Italy and Austria to Slovenia. A substantial area of Austria is part of this mountain range, where hiking, skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing are popular activities in the area. Mount Grossglockner is Austria's highest peak featuring a spectacular glacier and a 50 km long panoramic road, which is easily accessible in summertime and offers spectacular views. Eisriesenwelten are the largest accessible ice caves in the world located in the Austrian Alps near Salzburg. The caves have frozen waterfalls and elaborate ice formations which can be explored by visitor on guided tours. In the summer months the Austrian Alps are an ideal location for walking holidays.

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