Slow Trail

Through the biodiverse Bleistätter Moor

The Slow Trails are brand ambassadors through which one can get to know the seven typologies of the Carinthian lakes landscape. They stand for "slow motion" instead of "high speed" and offer leisurely walking with attention to the landscape and oneself. With regard to technique and difficulty, the Slow Trails offer easy walks.


The Slow Trail Bleistätter Moor leads through the biodiverse nature and landscape reserve of the Tiebel estuary and affords insights into the habitat of around 100 different types of birds, butterflies, bats and the beaver. The easy circuit starts by the cycle path at Höhe Domenig Steinhaus, where one branches into the Promenadenweg and walks along the shore to the Steindorf boat dock. The path continues along Seestrasse and a little bridge crossing the stream, following the shore path towards the lake again. Here there are playing facilities for children and a public WC. A little connecting path leads to Strandweg, which one follows in a northern direction as far as Gasthof Laggner.
Here Dammweg starts in the direction of Bleistätter Moor. After a few minutes' walk, the asphalt road culminates in a gravel walking path (path no. 1). Along Dammweg there are two viewing towers from which one can observe the many inhabitants of the Bleistätter Moor. At the end of Dammweg, you branch off before the second bridge in the direction of Prefelnig (path no. 2) and after a few minutes cross the country road. Follow the path further in the direction of Prefelnig and Tiffen/Feldkirchen. Cross the bridge over the Tiebelbach and right afterwards branch off again in the direction of Steindorf (path no. 2A). Cross the country road again before reaching the resting place at the start of the gravel Dammweg. It is a short distance along the cycle path back to the Domenig Steinhaus.


Tip: from Bleistätter Moor, a path also leads further in the direction of Stift Ossiach. From there the boat takes you back conveniently to the Steinhaus.


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