The Dürnberg moor radiates its own particular charm and mysterious origins. As a witness to the ice age, the moor invites you on a voyage of discovery, and promises visitors insights into its sensitive habitat. Rare animals and plants, such as the carnivorous sundew, can be found here. The look-out tower overlooks the moor and its landscape forms. The Dürnberg moor is a unique jewel of nature, an upland moor with a history dating back around nine hundred years to the ice age.
The Dürnberger Moor was formed around 12,000 years ago.
Today peat moss dominates the moor. The mountain pines and many small, delicate plants take root in these. Only the mountain pines and individual spruce trees stand out. From the bird world, hazel grouse, tree pipit and field thrush can be observed. The Dürnberger Moor is easy to reach: From the Oberdorf parking place leads the path to "Anawander".
The Dürnberger Moor is freely accessible at all times.