Übersicht Teich, Natur, Wald, Wasser | © TVB Naturpark Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen_Mediadome
Top destination for outing

Podolerteich-Lake

Hidden in the forest, the Podoler pond is wonderful for relaxation and recuperation. Tall fir trees and larches are reflected in the still water – just like in a fairy-tail.


Interesting things in the area

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Brett für Stand Up Paddling | © Jera am Furtner Teich
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3D Arch Parcour

86 life-sized figures, the 3D archery course takes you back to the time of hunters and gatherers. Your hit ratio is not that good yet? No problem – beginners can rent bows and hone their skills at the practice grounds.
Wanderer, Paar, Auerlingsee, fischen, wandern | © Steiermark Tourismus
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Auerlingsee-Lake

Peacefully situated in a forest landscape the Auerling see is a charming spot for a refreshing swim and a perfect starting point for hikes on to the Grebenzen. Furthermore, the lake is very popular with anglers.
Familie, Wandern, Moor, seltene Pflanzen, St. Blasen | © TVB Naturpark Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen
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Dürnberger Moor

The Dürnberger Moor invites you to go on a journey of discovery. From the viewing tower, you can see the whole moor with its rare animals and plants, like the carnivorous sundew, which are at home in this area. Let’s play in the mud!
Abendstimmung, Teich, schwimmen, Mariahof | © TVB Naturpark Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen
Destination of outing, Cooling tip

Furtner Teich-Lake

The Furtnerteich pond is not just perfect to angle or take a bath for free, it is also a place where numerous migratory birds come to breed or stop over on their journey. Panels round the pond document the life of the indigenous animals.
Wasser, Schilf, Blick auf Zirbitz | © Naturpark Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen
Destination of outing, Cooling tip

Furtner Teich-Lake

The Furtnerteich pond is not just perfect to angle or take a bath for free, it is also a place where numerous migratory birds come to breed or stop over on their journey. Panels round the pond document the life of the indigenous animals.

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