Explore the outstanding beauty of a unique nature paradise and admire the great variety of the local fauna and flora at Ibmer Moor. Austria´s largest marshland area can be found at the elevation of 460m, next to the Upper Austrian border to Salzburg. T
he unspoiled marshlands are more than 12,000 years old and cover a total area of 2,000 hectares - A truly wonderful habitat for animals and plants of all kinds. Among the region´s most remarkable features ranks the marvelous Ibmer Moor (covering 100 hectares) which was put under conservation laws a couple of years ago.
Ibmer Moor´s most interesting highlight is its structure: the marshland consists of several areas featuring quite different qualities and characteristics, ranging from flat moor to low more and high moor zones. In 1973 a very interesting Nature Trail was installed to protect the visitors from dangerous gaps as well as the unrivaled fauna (ground breeding curlew, for example) and flora (sundew, utricularia, carnivorous pinguicula and many more).
Others: Booking required, Guided Tours
Suitable for: Families, Groups, Seniors, Wheelchair User
5141 Moosdorf, Austria