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The impressive Reichersberg Abbey sits majestically above the river Inn. Arcaded walkways and onion-domed turrets border the baroque building, built around two courtyards. It is owned by the Augustine canons, who have lived and worked here for over 900 years. In addition to their pastoral work, they also devote a lot of time to cultural activities.
The bird-song coming from the island in the conservation area of the Lower Inn European Nature Reserve can be heard from far away. There are meant to be 300 different species of birds, either breeding here or stopping off on their journey south.
The Lower Inn European Nature Reserve in the Bavarian-Upper Austrian region stretches across the border and along 55km of the river, from its mouth in Salzach to the mouth of the Rott near Neuhaus/Schärding. It has areas of water, mud flats, floodplain forests and islands, all covering an area of 55,000 hectares. No matter the season, there is plenty to explore throughout the landscapes surrounding the river Inn.
Visit the DARINGER art museum in Aspach! Calm, peace and relaxation can be found in the treasures of art, just as in nature.
Hands on learning about the life of the Romans. People of all ages can marvel at the exhibits in the Roman Museum in Altheim’s “Ochzethaus” and re-enact 2000-year-old scenes from the Roman Empire.
The Kobernaußerwald is one of the largest continuous forests in Central Europe. Its powerful, strong energy has a calming and balancing effect. It boosts the immune system and raises your mood. Exercising in the forest does you a world of good, whether it’s mountain biking, hiking on the Marienwanderweg trail or simply going for a stroll.
At the Nordic Centre for cross-country skiing, ski jumping, biathlon and shooting sports, up-and-coming and professional athletes train and compete right in the middle of the ‘green lung’ of the Innviertel region.
The amateur flying club, SFC Ried, has trained hundreds of glider and aircraft pilots at the airfield in Kirchheim, which has existed for fifty years.
Finding goodness in the hedges and shrubs
The nature school offers activities for anyone who appreciates the bounties of nature and wants to learn how to put them to use. Just come and join in!
The pilgrimage church was built in the years 1860 to 1863. The chapel was added in 1880. The cloister garden is also well worth a visit and you can also buy a little something to take home with you.