Discover the second largest moorland area in south-west Germany: natural history, landscape and cultural history of the moor, reed nature trail, special exhibitions, events, etc. You will also be fascinated by the largest avalanche forest in Baden-Württemberg and the over 440 hectares of unspoilt nature.
Visit the municipalities of Wilhelmsdorf and Ostrach with their unique moorland landscape. Large parts of the reed have been under nature conservation since the 1930s to protect the numerous rare species of flora and fauna.
In addition to a permanent exhibition on the landscape and cultural history of the moor, the nature conservation centre also offers its visitors various special exhibitions.
A special environmental education programme is also offered for school classes. Families can borrow the research backpack to explore th reed on their own.
Experience the fascinating landscape of Pfrunger-Burgweiler reed, the second largest contiguous moorland area in southwest Germany with the nature conservation centre as its starting point. The reed nature trail and the various theme trails provide you with many special insights into natural history.
From the 38.8 m high Bannwald tower you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the reed landscape.
School classes and groups of 10 or more people can be arranged on request at any time, while individuals will find the right offer in the varied annual programme.
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Several parking spaces are available around the reed.