Dog in luck

Holidays with your
dog in Carinthia

Four-legged guests are welcome

If your dog could see this, he would cut capers: A cosy chalet on the mountain, a private, fenced garden, exciting nature, endless free spaces and much time with his “pack”.

The TOMTEGL mountain chalets in Carinthia are not only ideal for humans but also for dogs and will warmly welcome your four-legged friends.

Holidays with your dog

Discovering mountains and lakes

On the Hochrindl in Carinthia the clocks go a little bit slower which will make recreation-seeking holidaymakers and four-legged friends rejoice. All year round the wonderful tranquillity of nature will welcome you at 1,600 metres above sea level, away from crowded destinations and tourist masses. And if you and your dog would like to go to the water, Carinthia’s lake district is only a drive away. Time and leisure will also await you and your dog when on tour in nature: Various walking routes and endless hiking tours with mistress and master will make your dog more than happy in the Nock Mountains. There will be something interesting to sniff behind every tree, clear mountain streams will invite dogs to jump in, and when the paws get tired, your dog-friendly mountain chalet will await you.

Playground nature

Your own mountain chalet at 1,500 metres

You can also live your holiday individually with your four-legged friend in the mountain chalet in the Nock Mountains. Meadow instead of asphalt and mountain instead of city air will let your dog live out his true nature to his heart’s content in Carinthia. Enough retreat and privacy can be found in your own mountain chalet. Each of our mountain chalets stands on its own plot, has its own garden and is secured from the outside by a fence. This way you can let your dog into the garden without having to worry or play a round with him right by the chalet.

Safe conduct with
grazing animals

As beautiful as the Hochrindl is, many grounds belong to the grazing animals during summer and therefore demand respect if you go hiking with your dog there. One of the most important rules is to keep distance to the cows, especially mother cows with calves, not to feed or pet the animals and to stay on the marked trails. Keep your dog on a short leash near pastures and avoid grazing cows as much as possible.

However, if a threatening situation should arise, let your dog off the leash so that it can flee if the worst comes to the worst so that the situation is defused. Taking these rules of conduct into account, nothing will stand in the way of peaceful coexistence between humans and animals on holiday in Carinthia.