Kärnten: Carnica Rosental
Im Sonnenwinkel Kärntens
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On a hiking tour with Mum and Dad

Birds, beetles, bees, trees, flowers, stones, knights – there’s so much
to wonder at and to discover on the trail.

Our forest‘s alive / Unser Wald lebt The 2-kilometre themed hiking trail in Ludmannsdorf is ideal for a family excursion – and educational too. You can investigate a beehive and find out all kinds of things about flora and fauna. The viewing platform, where you can observe animals, is especially exciting.
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Scops owl / Zwergohreule The village of Köttmannsdorf also offers an educational family hiking trail, with its “Zwergohreule” natural history trail – although, at about 6.5 kilometres, it’s markedly longer. You’ll find interesting, illuminating information on the plants and animals in the hamlet of Plöschenberg on 20 information boards, and in particular you’ll learn a lot about the rare scops owls which live here. With a bit of luck, you may even see one of these rare birds!
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Knights of Rase / Ritter von Rase Knights and ruined castles are an important theme in the town of St. Jakob. The themed hiking trail, about 3.5 km long, offers all you need for a fabulous family hike - because the excursion certainly won’t be boring! A knights’ rest area, wooden maze and an obstacle course – there’s so much to discover and try out. And the view of the Rosental from the ruined castle Ruine Rasburg is fantastic!
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Fairy-tale meadow / Märchenwiese So you’d like to go into the mountains, but strenuous ascents are not really your thing? Then, at 1157 m above sea level, the Märchenwiese in the Bodental Valley is just the right destination for you! On a hike over Carinthia’s loveliest mountain meadow, you only have to climb 110 to 150 metres to get a spectacular view – for, after a steeply-climbing belt of forest, the almost flat Alpine pasture gives way to the vertical rock faces of the Karawanken Mountains. This nature protection area was, incidentally, also the location where the documentaries about “Ötzi” the Iceman were filmed.
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