The office

The management, consisting of two persons and a protected area supervisor, are currently working for the association. They assume the function of nature park supervision, promotion, support and implementation of projects in the field of nature conservation, research, education, recreation and regional development for the protected area.

Mag. Caroline Winklmair

Protected area supervisor 43 676 9780136


Our rangers are out in the field, know the area well and provide information about the special features of the protected area, because the wild river habitat of the Tyrolean Lech is unique. They point out the special protected assets and take care of the compliance with the related protection regulations and rules of conduct (link to rules of conduct). Only together can we ensure that the Tyrolean Lech is preserved as a natural jewel with its richness of species.

Nature guide:inside

11 nature guides are currently active for the association.
Our nature guides take over guided tours and thus enable adults and children to experience nature intensively in the Tiroler Lech Nature Park.
Click here for the guided tours.

The Board

The board of the association consists of 11 members. The mayors of the municipalities Elmen, Pflach, Elbigenalp and Reutte, the district chief, a representative of the Province of Tyrol / Department of Environment, a representative of the WWF, the chairman of the District Chamber of Agriculture Reutte, the chairmen of the tourism associations Nature Park Region Reutte and Lechtal, a representative of the Regional Development Außerfern form the board of the Nature Park Tiroler Lech.


Let's preserve together this natural jewel

The team of the Nature Park Tiroler Lech is happy about its numerous volunteers. They actively support us in looking after the Nature Park Center during the summer season and help with environmental construction sites, such as the removal of the glandulifera (Impatiens glandulifera), pasture maintenance on the Moosberg or the clearing of the habitats of the dwarf bulrush (Typha minima). Would you also like to volunteer with us? Feel free to contact the office.

The team at Tiroler Lech Nature Park takes inclusion and social participation seriously. That is why we would also like to address people with disabilities to volunteer with us.
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