The Teufelsgraben has long been a popular recreational area for locals and guests. In the district of Matzing, the road leads to the car park in front of the high ropes park.
The Nature Experience Trail leads through the wild and romantic gorge with its 17 information stations focusing on "geological features", "the forest and its inhabitants", "plants and shrubs" and more. Along the way, you can experience the Wildkar Waterfall natural monument and explore two mills that were put back into operation in the course of the "Teufelsgraben" eco-cultural project: the Kugelmühle (ball mill), where marble balls are still produced today, and the Rohrmoosmühle with its snack bar. Visitors to the Teufelsgraben are immersed in a mystical-mythological world of experience.
The new Harp circuit enchants with lake-view viewing platforms, special harp objects and cosy benches that invite relaxation and fantasy journeys.
Length: 600 m, short but steep ascent, caution is advised when the ground is wet, not suitable for prams.
The guided "Legendary hike through the "Teufelsgraben" (Devil's Ditch) starts every Tuesday between 1 May and 26 October at 9:30 am. The tour starts from the Teufelsgraben car park, Tobelmühlstraße in Seeham/Matzing.
Duration: about 2 hours
Of course, you can also explore the Teufelsgraben on your own.
Parking space: Teufelsgraben car park / high ropes park and Schiessentobel car park
Directions: Walking time approx. 2 hours, length approx. 2.5 km, can also be hiked without a guide, short steeper passages (max. 80 hm) which are usually also made easier with steps.
Hiking trail suitable for children but not suitable for prams throughout.
Refreshment stop: Organic Hotel Schiessentobel, Organic Röhrmoos Mill lies directly on the path
Public transport: Bus stop Seeham-Matzing, lines 120 and 131
WC: Organic Röhrmoos Mill
Sightseeing: Seeham high ropes course, Wildkar waterfall, Kugelmühle, Bio-Röhrmoosmühle, Keltenschmiede & Steinkreis (Schiessentobel), Brechelbad zu Webersberg, 17 display boards and child-friendly experiences on the topic of the forest and its inhabitants. In addition, the legend "How the Devil's Ditch got its name" is told.
With the Seenland Card you get the legend hike through the Teufelsgraben 1 x free of charge.