At the mount-all-round, the Fieberbrunn lift company is dedicated to science and endeavours to share local nature with visitors thanks to funding from the Tyrolean state museums.
Look forward to Europe’s first digital Alpine hiking trail “Museum Goes Wild”. Set off on an entertaining and innovative circular walk with 10 stations telling you all about the flora, fauna and geology around the Wildseeloder mountain. The specially developed smart phone app sheds light on all sorts of interesting topics such as “Drummer mountain on tour”, “dim killer beetles” and “ghost moths and group sex”!
In the creation of the new Streuböden reservoir, collaboration with the Tyrolean state museums has continued in “Timok’s Wild World” at the mid-station. From summer 2020, “Museum Plays Wild” will have several interactive stations providing information about the local natural environment. Annual science walks accompanied by experts from the Tyrolean State Museums nicely round off the range of science available on this “mountain for everyone”.