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Rastplatz Pfenningberg

Steyregg, Oberösterreich, Österreich
Pfenningberg rest area with a view of Linz
Endangered cultural landscape...
In the Mühlviertel, richly structured cultural landscapes contrast with structurally poor agricultural plateaus. Comprehensive land consolidation and mergers led to a change in the landscape. Agriculture became more intensive. The unchecked decline of farmers is exacerbating the problem. However, there is a high level of participation in the support programmes. The proportion of organic farmers is high. Various initiatives are focussing on nature education. A high level of biodiversity is maintained through a high degree of landscape organisation, in which a mosaic of habitats can develop. Meadows and field margins, borders along property boundaries, small groups of trees and shrubs, meadows, orchards, hedges and embankments contribute to biodiversity and delight the eye of the hiker.

It is said that the Hehe man lives on the Pfenningberg, guarding a precious treasure of gold. The Danube legend "Nix Hehe!" tells the story of what happens if you annoy the Hehe man.

  • always open (24/7)

Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
  • Suitable for seniors
  • Suitable for single travelers
  • Suitable for friends
  • Suitable for couples
  • Suitable for children
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn

Please get in touch for more information.


Rastplatz Pfenningberg
4221 Steyregg

Phone +43 732 6401 - 55
Fax machine +43 732 6405 - 55
E-Mail office@steyregg.at
Web www.steyregg.at

Contact person

Stadtamt Steyregg
Weissenwolffstraße 3

Phone +43 732 6401 - 55
Fax machine +43 732 6405 - 55
E-Mail office@steyregg.at
Web www.steyregg.at

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