Adventure trails in Bruck and Fusch

Experience nature with all the family

Käfertal nature adventure trail

Käfertal is unique, impressive, variety-packed and filled with adventures.

The Käfertal nature adventure trail links one of the most beautiful and most impressive valleys in the Alps. At above 1100m altitude there are more than 300 types of beetle, almost 200 large butterfly species and plenty of wildlife. The path, which is suitable for prams, starts at Tauernhaus Ferleiten (close to the Ferleiten ticket office at the start of the Grossglockner High Alpine Road). Hike for 4km to the head of the valley, slight climb. At various stations and on the notice boards, visitors learn about the special features of this valley. The highlight is the water play area with rope ferry and Kneipp facilities.

  • Tauernhaus parking area – display board for the Käfertalweg
  • Oberstattalm - Manggeibau (Marmot burrow play area)
  • Information board on Alpine farming, near Vögeialm
  • Climbing rock Vögeialm
  • Water play area with rope ferry
  • Station, lofty summits at Trauneralm bridge

From here there is the option of continuing to hike to the head of the valley into the Rotmoos conservation area, or head via an agricultural road for around 4km to the managed Trauneralm.


Children can get cards for Lucky's stamp game at Gasthof Tauernhaus Ferleiten or at Ferleiten Wildlife & Adventure Park.


Ameisenweg Moosalm

An adventure-packed stroll in the Moosalm Alpine area in Gries - for families and those who are interested in nature

The adventure trail is located at the Moosalm in Bruck / Gries at 1530m altitude. The many anthills on this Alpine pasture inspired us to create an adventure trail based on this fascinating realm of ants. On the one hand, there are fun aspects, and on the other there are scientifically established details about the life of 'Wilma the ant'. A detour to the Adam and Eve lake at the Moosalmhöhe, which has cosy benches, is a very special experience. Unspoilt natural surroundings and a dreamy view to the 3000 metre summit of the Hohe Tauern. A paradise for hiking, relaxing and fun. 


Cards for the 'Ameisen Quiz' are available in the tourist information offices in Bruck or Fusch!


Getting to the Ameisenweg

Nepomuk's Path of the Senses - WINTER CLOSURE

Wonderful views to the Hirzbach waterfall!

Nepomuk's path of the senses is in the WINTER PERMANENCE.
From spring 2023 it will be open again.


'Nepomuk's Path of the Senses' in the centre of Fusch starts from the tourist information point. It passes the 'Kneipp's Five Pillars' and continues through the new lsidor Griessner Park. From the bridge it is an ascent of some 100 metres.

The high point is crossing the Hirzbach Waterfall on a spectacular bridge. Along this route, various display boards provide tips on how to enjoy your holiday, and even life in general, with all your senses. At the foot of the waterfall lounges invite you to rest and breathe in the water's ions. The finish point is the ''Holz und Schausägewerk Mühlauersäge', which has a wood museum and information about Bad Fusch.


Getting to Nepomuk's Path of the Senses

Marterl Weg Fusch - WINTER CLOSURE

Every small monument is unique!

In order to preserve the hand-painted small monuments in the best possible way, they are stored over the winter.
In the spring they are hung up again.

In Fusch there are 21 small monuments, each one has its own reason for being set up on this site. They reflect the history, development and occasions in the district, and personal destinies too. They are reminders, question and are a part of our history. 


(Wayside cross from left to right):


Maria Holzer born 19th March 1901 in Vienna, resident in Juhäusl vom Walchenbauer in Fusch. Unskilled worker at the Hermann and Müller sawmill in Bruck. On 20th June 1975 she was carried away by a huge landslide caused by a terrible storm in Juhäusl. Her body was never found.


Michael Wibmer, unmarried servant at Dorfwirt in Fusch was rolled over by a beer truck on 19th April 1894 at three in the morning. The 37 year-old died of internal bleeding.


On 28th September 1952 there was a dreadful explosion in the Mölltalstollen caused by drilling work. Minor Johann Hartl, born 1st June 1910 from Klagenfurt, Walter Blaickner born 4th October 1922 from Krimml, died that day. Minor Josef Vorderber, Willhelm Hager, Raimund Weiß and Gottfried Zimpasser were injured but survived.


Flyer Fuscher Klein- und Flurdenkmäler


One of the most beautiful conservation areas in the region!

Brucker and Zeller Moos is not just a retreat for rare animal species, it is also a place where you get to experience nature. An expansive moorland and wetland area, set in the midst of an inspiring and breath-takingly beautiful landscape. A viewing platform with a telescope marks the start of the route, with display boards and I-Nature Points with QR Codes providing interesting information about this area. A wonderful excursion in nature for all ages.


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