The Wenger Moor in Köstendorf is one of the largest moor landscapes in the Salzburger Flachgau region.
For young and old, there are fascinating worlds of biotopes to discover here: High mosses, low mosses and transitional mosses; litter meadows and wet meadows that fascinate in every season, merry rippling streams ... and much more. The nature reserve and bird sanctuary Wenger Moor is home to a diverse flora and fauna: Endangered plant species can survive and thrive here, and for birds the moor is an ideal habitat to build their nests in peace.
The 3 km long theme trail leads along well-maintained farm tracks. It is also passable with a pram and a good introductory hike for children who are already walking.
Parking space: Weng (Metalltech Neudecker junction) south of the railway subway.
Directions: 3 km long themed trail, service road is suitable for prams
Directions: The Wenger Moor can be reached via the Seekirchner Landesstraße L238 near the village of Weng.
Worth seeing: Nature and bird reserve
Public transport: Best with the ÖBB stop Weng
T. +43 664 1431008