On the recently set up "Stone Crayfish Path", explorers of all ages can observe Stone Crayfish, which have become quite rare in modern-day Europe. Wooden pathways, bridges and small viewing platforms permit deep insights into the natural habitat of the reddish yellow crayfish, which live behind rocks and roots. Using a flashlight, visitors have the opportunity to watch the one or other crayfish moving along stones and sand close to the shore. Weirerbach creek is the last refuge in Carinthia of the Stone Crayfish, which is threatened by extinction.
Children's summer at Lake Milstätter See ...
... for small hikers and tall discoverer
The three hut tour
The Three Hut Tour - hiking almost like adults. The trail leads from pasture to pasture, past dragons spitting drinking water and wooden armchairs for in-between rests. Children preferring a more relaxing mode of travel can choose to be chauffeured: the Almrundweg (Mountain Pasture Trail) is also accessible with pushchairs.
The three Alpine huts offer traditional delicacies of the Carinthian farm cuisine - and at Alexander Hut, the children can peep over the shoulders of the dairymen and learn how to make cheese from cow's milk.