Visitors to the small market in Anger are following in the traces of history every step of the way. "Geh-Schichten" [a play on words in Germany, meaning 'walking history'], a collection of local anecdotes painted on the asphalt in front of houses by the "komm.st" artist, can be viewed. Traditional craftsmen still supply the guests and residents here. Bakers and butchers prepare the regional raw materials into first-class specialities. You can taste and purchase products at the dairy farm and farm brewery, at the organic apple farmers, the beekeeper and the schnapps distiller.
Whether a mare's milk farm or a trout inn – health and regionality are the cornerstones of an award-winning gastronomy. The Posthotel even has two stars. A BMX track, open air swimming pool and running arena excite athletes as well as the Feistritztal cycling path and the Zetz and Rabenwald as a challenging hiking destination in the stopover stage of the hiking route "From the Glacier to the Wine". For over 100 years, the Feistritztal railway has been steaming from Weiz through Anger to Birkfeld. Much older are the ruins of Waxenegg, the parish church and the 14 Helper in Need Church of Anger and the St. Ulrich chapel at the Külml Castle. The holy springs sanctuaries Grünbründl and Grubbründl as well as the mill in the Fairy Tale Forest are popular excursion destinations.