Mountain Biking Highlight
"Irrenberg" is the name of the 921 meter high hill that you have just climbed. Why the Irrenberg is as hot as its name is, the vulture knows. Maybe because from here you have a crazy view of the dog's back and after stroking. Or because there are rare and rare animals and plants living here and there are particularly diverse biotopes here. In the end, it does not matter. Enjoy the beautiful view and then have fun on the next descent;)
February 21, 2018
The steep meadows on the Irrenberg are mowed once a year shortly before the summer holidays with log mowers (because they are so steep). Volunteers then add the hay together and transport it down to the valley on tarpaulins. There the hay is then loaded and used by farmers on loading wagons. Annual mowing is important. This is the only way to protect and conserve the species-rich meadows. Helpers are urgently needed. You can find more information under "Action Irrenberg" on the Internet.
May 31, 2020
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