The rugged and lofty Kaiser Mountain Range is an important site for biodiversity and is home to stunning moorlands that are living remnants of the last Ice Age. Moorlands are very diverse ecosystems and a microcosm of different habitats within one site. The scenic moor and marshlands in Going were sensitively restored and provide habitat for rare and significant plant and animal communities. The stunning network of interpretive discovery trails at “Moor & More” Moorlands aim to illustrate the site’s history and geological importance, looking more closely at moorland and rare flora and fauna. In the “Outdoor Classroom”, children and adults connect to the natural world and learn about botany on self-guided tours with interpretive signage. Professionally led tours of the moorlands are available as well—an exhilarating experience the whole family will enjoy.
Moor & MoreGoing am Wilden Kaiser
The Moorlands are freely accessible to the public.
- Family friendly
- Possible in rainy weather
You can park your vehicle at the car park of the swimming lake in Going.