Take your waste with you
The mountains in the Wilder Kaiser region are well developed for nature lovers. But those looking for a rubbish bin will search in vain! And that’s a good thing!
Together, we can ensure that this beautiful natural landscape remains clean by taking our waste back to the valley.
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Avoid making noise
When you step out into nature, you immediately enter the habitat of native wildlife. From chamois to deer, badgers, squirrels or even earthworms, the Wilder Kaiser region is home to an enviable diversity of species.
Together, we can ensure that the habit they call home remains peaceful and that they aren’t scared away. By behaving quietly and avoiding unnecessary noise, we can ensure together that wildlife is treated responsibly.
Stay on the paths
In the Wilder Kaiser region, we have an excellent network of routes that guide all outdoor enthusiasts to the area’s most beautiful natural places. We pay special attention to the safety of all visitors and to the protection of nature.
Together, we can contribute to the preservation of the area’s beautiful natural landscape by staying on the marked routes. Our commitment helps to preserve the diversity of nature for future generations.
Keep your distance to wildlife
If you proceed quietly and carefully through the landscape, you’ll be afforded the chance to see wild animals in their natural environment in the Wilder Kaiser region. In addition, many cows, goats, horses and other grazing animals also spend their summer retreat in the region’s Alpine pastures and meadows. Correct Behaviour at Alpine pastures
By taking care and practising good behaviour, together we can ensure that the animals do not feel threatened in their habitat. By keeping our distance and avoiding disturbances, we become great role models in our treatment of native wildlife.
Protect our native plants
Are you aware that over a million plant and animal species are threatened with extinction in the coming years due to the careless behaviour of humans? This is frightening news, especially when you consider that a wide variety of flowers, grasses and other plants in the Wilder Kaiser region can still be admired today.
Let’s take a stand together for the preservation of these species by closely observing the rules for not disturbing or removing native plant species from their environment. Together, we can counteract species extinction.
Respect protected and nature conservation areas
In order to counteract the extinction of species, special protected, conservation, and dispersal areas have been created for all species. Habitat conservation is the key to successfully protecting species.
By respecting protected and conservation areas, together we can make an important contribution to species conservation. Let’s protect our wonderful diversity for future generations.
Park only in designated parking spaces
In the Wilder Kaiser region, we provide parking spaces at the starting points of all trails. That way, you can leave your car in a safe designated area and enjoy your time out in nature.
The region also offers a wide range of transport options such as the Kaiserjet, mountaineer taxi, hikers’ bus, etc., all of which allow you to arrive at your desired starting point in comfort, even without a car.
Together, we can protect nature by using the designated parking spaces or by using the region’s public transport options.
Do not tread through the meadows
The meadows in the Wilder Kaiser region are the veritable salad bowls of grazing animals. Especially in the valley, highland grasses are used for hay production. Hay is also the most important source of fodder during the meagre winter months.
Together, we can help farmers produce the best possible feed for their animals by staying off farmland during the growing season.