The twelve-hectare Gerlhamer Moor is a small-scale transition and fen area at the northern end of Lake Attersee. Litter meadows, bog forest and uncultivated Bult-Schlenken vegetation characterize its appearance. Since 1993 it is under nature protection.
An info pavilion explains the moor and its flora and fauna. On the northern edge of the moor are the Hubertus chapel of the hunters and an information stele about Gustav Klimt, who spent his summer vacation at the Attersee from 1900 and painted here. And in the northeast is the Naturkraftplatz "Birnbaumplatz".
November 5, 2018
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