The raw material wood is of particular importance here – 59 percent of the around 7,900-hectare municipal area is covered with forest. On the first Carinthian wood culture trail, which covers around five kilometres, interesting information about the indigenous wood species is conveyed by means of 20 display boards. You can also view centuries-old farmhouses, the first arboretum in Carinthia, intricate wooden figures, a miniature biotope, a bark hut, a mill and a herb garden.
In summer there are guided adventure walks for children. In the wood museum, housed in a 300-year-old barn, utensils and works of art made from wood are on display. There are hiking trails and a well-developed network of mountain bike and cycle tracks available to active connoisseurs.