Hiking, climbing and discovering
The area surrounding the Mooserboden has plenty to offer for nature lovers and mountain sport enthusiasts. Go hiking or climbing, or explore educational trails, and enjoy the breathtaking landscape bordering the Upper Tauern National Park.
Herbal nature trail
The herbal nature trail leads from the Mooserboden reservoir to the rustic Fürthermoar Alm farm and inn. Along the path you can discover the unique flowers and plant life of the Upper Tauern mountains. The path repeatedly offers breathtaking views of the high mountain landscape with the Glockner Group, the reservoirs and the "Steinernes Meer" ("stone ocean").
With a walking time of 45 minutes (one direction) and an altitude difference of 237 metres, the herbal nature trail is also very suitable for families. However, good, non-slip shoes are necessary.
Your hike begins at Bergrestaurant Mooserboden and is well marked all the way. From the Fürthermoar Alm farm and inn you have the option of returning by bus to the valley or to the Mooserboden. Of course it is also possible to hike in the opposite direction.
Children’s learning trail
The children are given an accompanying booklet to the children’s trail at the ticket office. A question has to be answered at each station. If all questions are answered correctly, the right solution word will result in a small surprise being handed out at the kiosk in the Electricity Adventure World.
Höhenburg climbing arena
Mooser-Mandl, Drossen-Hex and Limberg-Zwerg: Three via ferrata routes with varying levels of difficulty have been installed in the rock of the history-steeped Höhenburg. The "Limberg-Zwerg" climbing route even integrates the well-preserved iron ladder of the former mountaineering school. Along this simple fixed-rope route, the key section "Zwergenleiter" ("dwarf ladder") with a difficulty level of C is waiting to be overcome.
All three routes end at the summit of the Höhenburg, which towers up between the Drossen and Mooser dams. Every climber should be sure to have a camera along, because the climbing routes in the high alpine environment with the high mountain reservoirs in the background are a unique setting for athletes and recreation seekers alike. The descent back to the dam follows the comfortable Höhenburg hiking trail.
Via ferrata MOBO107 on the dam
Guided via ferrata tours
Every Wednesday and Saturday, we offer guided via ferrata tours on the dam wall or in the via ferrata arena incl. rental equipment in collaboration with a mountain guide. Information and registration on +43 (0)50313-23201.
Dam climbing route MOBO107
|Höhenburg via ferrata arena
Price per person
Children up to 15 years
All prices include the mountain guide fee and rental equipment, not including round trip transfer.
Rental at Basecamp MOBO107
Basecamp MOBO107 is located at the Mooserboden kiosk. Via ferrata equipment can be rented there daily during opening hours
|Rental||Price per person|
|Via ferrata set, helmet and gloves||€ 16|
Hiking at the Kaprun high mountain reservoirs
- Hike from the Kesselfall (in the valley) to the Kaprun high mountain reservoirs
- Hike from the Kitzsteinhorn along the Hochkammerweg trail to the Mooserboden
- Hike from the Mooserboden via the Kapruner Törl to the Rudolfshütte chalet
- Hike via Heinrich Schwaiger House to the big Wiesbachhorn
- Hike from the Mooserboden along the Herb Educational Path to the Fürthermoar Alm
- Hike from the Mooserboden up the little Grieskogel
The hiking area already ranks among the high alpine regions. So there are a few important rules you need to follow:
- Wear sturdy shoes.
- Always take some food along on your hikes and especially enough to drink.
- Do not leave the marked hiking trails.
- Keep an eye on the weather: in the high mountains, the weather can change very quickly.