See, hear and understand – educational treks on the "Fulseck" will help you learn all about nature in all its glory.
Duration approx. 2.5 hours. The starting point for this walk is the Gipfelbahn-Fulseck topstation. The walk to the lake (called "Spiegelsee) in amongst the splendid mountain scenery on Fulseck is highly enjoyable and there is also a Barefoot-Trail that goes around the lake. It feels unbelievably good to walk along this trail in the peaceful surroundings. Simply stand still, breathe deeply, let your stress disappear and top up your energy levels in the midst of nature. There are plenty of comfortable seating areas where you can take a break and children can show off their balancing skills on the stepping stone bridge!
Why "Spiegelsee"? The lake is called "Spiegelsee" (=mirror lake) because the amazing mountain landscape is reflected in the lake. Enjoy the view! You’ll be inspired. Just below the lake, the Wengeralm s is an ideal places to enjoy some fortifying food and drinks.
Duration: 1.5 – 2 hours
From the topstation of the "Gipfelbahn-Fulseck" (2033 m), this walk takes you through a heavenly landscape to Arltörl, the Heumoosalm tavern and then down the Mushroom Trail. Information boards along the route will alert you to the presence of energy spots – places where increased natural energy has been recorded. Top up your own energy reserves in amongst nature – an experience for body, mind and soul alike. Guided walks with expert Hans Holleis are also available. Unique to the Salzburg region!
Yang: masculine force with energising properties
Yin: feminine force with giving properties
Duration: 45 minutes
The starting point for this trail is either the halfway station of the Gipfelbahn-Fulseck in the direction of the Heumoosalm tavern or the Fulseck topstation. The Mushroom-Trail on the mountain is designed for children and adults with a special sense of adventure. The native mushroom species are described on information boards in the midst of the beautiful surroundings. Walkers learn how to differentiate the different types of mushrooms, helping them to negate any risk when collecting or preparing mushrooms for eating.