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Museum goes wild - digital circular walk

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  • EasyLevel
  • access_time1:30 hDuration
  • arrow_right_alt2,0 kmDistance
  • terrain1654 mHighest point
  • trending_up80 mUphill
  • trending_down80 mDownhill

Tour information

1 nature area. 10 stations. 100 minutes: Digital fun in nature

In cooperation with the Tyrolean Regional Museums, Bergbahnen Fieberbrunn takes you on an amusing and educational tour of the Wildalm area. Equipped with a smartphone and the specially developed app, "light" is shed on grass, bushes and animals at 10 stations. You learn interesting and surprising facts about the flora, fauna and geology around the Wildseeloder, for example how an entire mountain range can go on a journey, how cloning works in nature and why plants can be real traitors. Hiking fun for the whole family - with funny, interesting stories and educational short films. The tour starts at the Lärchfilzkogel mountain station, leads along the hiking trail down towards Wildalm and loops back to the starting point. Back in the valley, there's a reward at the valley station with the discovered code!
 
The following stations await you at "Museum goes Wild":

1. debris mountains on the move - how the Wildseeloder was created.
2. cloning like the savages
3. wondrous double creatures
4. pointer plants - the great traitors
5. the flying gravel pit
6. which gentian is in the schnapps?
7. the dim killer beetle
8. so beautifully poisonous
9. terrible shoegazers
10. ghost moths and group sex

 

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Museum goes wild - digital circular walk

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  • Bergstation Lärchfilzkogel
  • Bergstation Lärchfilzkogel
  • Gravel, meadows
  • good shoes, possibly rain/sun protection, mobile phone with app for "Museum goes wild"
  • Coming from St. Johann i.T. or Hochfilzen via the B164 to Fieberbrunn. At the end of the village / beginning of Fieberbrunn (depending on which direction you are coming from), turn off the main road in the direction of Bergbahnen Fieberbrunn. The cable car takes you 2 stations up to the Lärchfilzkogel.
  • Parking spaces at the valley station of the Fieberbrunn cable cars.

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