Natural jewel in the Rauris valley head Kolm Saigurn: With its 80 dark moor puddles, spruces, Swiss stone pines, numerous green mosses and romantic clearings it is one of the most popular destinations in the Rauris valley. In 2014 the Rauris Forest was awarded as one of the 33 best educational trails in Austria.

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47

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Moderate

Description

Starting from the Ammererhof in Kolm Saigurn, the trail first follows the forest path to the Gainschniggalm and the Durchgangalm.

Here the path branches off to the left, through the Rauris jungle and back to the Ammererhof. The hike can also be made from the Lenzanger car park.

From there the path first runs through the forest along the alpine pasture path no.

31.

Passing small peat ponds you reach the Durchgangalm and the Gainschniggalm after about 45 minutes. The descent to the Ammererhof is now via the Rauriser Urwald, trail no.

30.

In addition to numerous information boards, a small "forest museum" provides information about the special features of the Bergsturzwald.

When you arrive at the Ammererhof, the way back to the car park follows the forest road.