A WALK IN THE WOODS, SURROUNDED BY PORCINI AND CHANTERELLES
When autumn approaches, mushrooms abound in the Carinthian woodland. Ably assisted by our mushroom expert, we go in search of these little alkaline super foods.
In the midst of mosses, ferns and blueberries
It is such a pleasure to walk through our Carinthian woods in the autumn, with the sun gently filtering through the colourful foliage. The air is fresh and aromatic. You can also catch a glimpse of a variety of edible wild mushroom among the mosses, ferns and blueberry shrubs.
MUSHROOM TRAILS IN THE VICINITY OF THE ORIGINAL FX MAYR
Our guests are invited to join one of our mushroom trails through the woodlands surrounding the FX Mayr. During each foraging trail she will explain why different types of mushroom grow in different locations, such as why the aromatic porcini are often found beneath spruce, beech and oak trees, and why they enjoy the company of magnificent, but poisonous – toadstools. She will also tell you about the unique symbiosis that links them to our local flora. Not only do they taste unbelievably good, they are a great source of vitamin D and also contain potassium, magnesium, iron, selenium and other mineral nutrients.
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