Dive into the Mühlviertel
Nowhere else can you dive into nature so wonderfully and at the same time switch off.
32 degrees in the shade. The air is dry as dust. Beads of sweat roll off your forehad. And there is only one thought in your mind: Water! Cool, fresh, clear, clean water please. Alright, a cold shower is a possibility. But us humans just happen to have five senses and they should all be indulged. So let's go to the Mühlviertel.
For example in the European protected region of Maltsch. As soon as you arrive it is evident what must be protected here at all costs. An amazing natural spectactle is laid out here with a total area of 348 hectares over a 26 kilometre strip of land that is 50 to 500 metres wide, along the Maltsch between Sandl and Steigersdorf near Leopoldschlag. It covers the most varied landscape types - for example nearly untouched flowing water sections, wet meadows and fallow areas of woods with varied intensities of use.
A great delight for the visual senses. Our jaws drop wide open with wonder. But that doesn't matter, because that is how we can breathe in enough fresh air (so our sense of smell is also satisfied) - and there is certainly enough fresh air at this quiet corner of the earth.