"Felt" is the regional term for "raised bog". The name "raised bog" has nothing to do with the altitude. Raised bogs are so named because they are no longer in contact with the groundwater. They are only supplied with water by rainwater such as dew, snow or rain.
July 19, 2020
The Zwieselter Filz, at an altitude of 1110 meters, is a largely original and also visually very impressive high moor. On the area, which is 25 hectares in size, you can find rare plants such as the round-leaved and mean sundew as well as the cotton-grass. Hikers can experience this untouched and particularly impressive nature in the Zwieselter Filz on a boardwalk.
February 4, 2021
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