The Hahnbaum is an exceedingly popular mountain – if you’ve been up once, you’ll keep coming back for more. On a guided mindfulness walk with Elisabeth Hafner participants get a taste of the mystical world of nature, the forest and its healing properties.
Elisabeth Hafner is a story-teller, country artist, herb expert and psychomotricity therapist. Anyone strolling through nature with her gets a lesson in mindfulness and conscious observation. She gives useful information about the edible and healing local plants and knows stories from a time, in which wishing helped.
Elisabeth Hafner leads you through nature in her own way and opens your eyes – love and devotion are of big importance for the herb fairy, as is being at one with nature and deriving energy from it.
A particularly lovely walk leads from the well-known Hahnbaum, St. Johann’s local mountain. This in turn owes its name to two of the rare and protected forest inhabitants – the mountain cock and the black cock. A herb walk on the Hahnbaum can be wonderfully combined – maybe with a refreshment stop in the rustic Vogei Hütt’n, a prime example of inner-alpine wooden architecture.
photo credits: TVB St. Johann