The chatterbox walk, also known as the “Wonderful Creatures Path”, is five kilometres long and well marked with colourful, artistically designed signposts.
The chatterbox, also known as the “Wonderful Creatures Path”, is five kilometres long and well marked with colourful, artistically designed signposts. Many wondrous creatures, such as “Watch Dragon Theobald” or “Battle Squirrel Rikku” line the path. A special and very popular offer for children is “The treasure of the chatterbox walk”, a mystery walk where many tasks have to be solved. Information boards along the path inform about historical events (e.g. the ghost grave of the White Woman) and wondrous creatures (such as the beech-troll töddl or the forest elf Fimfinella). The route leads along forest roads, forest paths and field trails, only a small section is asphalted. A particularly charming place is the “Drei-Geschwister-Liege”, which offers a fantastic view far into the Hummetal as far as Ith. Shorter variants are available, but not marked