The nature reserve Fusch an der Gloßglocknerstrasse lies 805 m above sea level and has 800 inhabitants. The gateway to the Großglockner is known as the 'Großglockner Hochalpenstraße', built between 1930 and 1935. Every year, more than a million visitors make
the 'Glocknerstrasse' an excursion destination of extradordinary status. Fusch is rich in plants and animals, particularly in the 'Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe' area, where marmots can be seen. Varied points of interest, information plaques and educational walks
accompany the visitor to the mountain peaks. Really cosy, beautiful breakfast pensions, rustic guesthouses, or holidaying on a farm, invite the holidaymaker to linger in this traditional holiday and health resort.