© Foto: TVB Attersee-Attergau, Moritz Ablinger: Paar am Steg
Mann und Frau in Tracht sitzen an einem gedeckten Tisch am Steg und prosten sich mit Weißwein zu.

Attersee pile dwelling time travel trail in Seewalchen am Attersee

Seewalchen am Attersee, Oberösterreich, Österreich
  • pets allowed
  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for pushchairs
  • Suitable for kids (all ages)

The timeline trail in Seewalchen am Attersee, equipped with additional play stations and highlights for children, is one of seven adventure hiking trails.
In addition to the pile construction pavilions at the Ager bridge in Seewalchen, in Attersee and in Mondsee, the timeline path on the Seewalchner school path also deals with the long history of our homeland.

Since 2012 the Hauptschule / Neue Mittelschule Seewalchen has been working on the annual project "Pfahlbau im Seegebiet". The aim was to bring the school youth with the pile dwellings, life in this time, people with their living conditions and opportunities closer.
The project was initiated by Cyril Dworsky (Kuratorium Pfahlbau) and Gerald Egger. It was also the board of trustees, who played a leading role in the implementation and was actively involved in various school campaigns. In particular, Mag. Helena Novak and Dr. To highlight Lieselore Meyer. The board of trustees also made a substantial contribution to the costs.

After the children were brought up to the topic of pile dwelling in the school classroom from the point of view of various departments, a final project week followed in early October 2013. Here the students learned how B. grain was processed. Other topics included a .: Baking bread, herb kitchen, processing and dyeing wool, spinning and weaving, weaving walls, making fire, making stone tools, preparing molds for bronze casting, casting bronze (with the experimental archaeologist Michael Konrad), making musical instruments, work by archaeologists, gluing ceramics, Diving physics, archery, pile construction games and building a pile construction model.

Source: Atterwiki

Walkable all year round

  • opened daily
  • Can only be viewed from outside


498 m

Accessibility / arrival

By car:
From Salzburg via the A1 - Seewalchen exit continue on the B151
From Vienna/Linz via the A1 - exit Schörfling or Seewalchen continue on the B151
From the west - Bad Ischl-Weißenbach-Steinbach-Weyregg-Schörfling-Seewalchen continue on the B151.

By train:
Coming from Salzburg or Linz/Vienna to Attnang-Puchheim or Vöcklabruck - continue with the Kammer Bahn to BH Kammer Schörfling or with the bus stop Kammer-Agerbrücke or Seewalchen-Agerbrücke.

From Salzburg via A1 - exit Seewalchen
From Vienna/Linz via A1 - exit Schörfling or Seewalchen

  • Parking space: 10
Travelling by public transport
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  • Free entry
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  • All weather
  • Suitable for groups
  • Suitable for schools
  • Suitable for kids (all ages)
  • Suitable for pushchairs
  • Pets allowed
  • Suitable for teenagers
  • Suitable for seniors
  • Suitable for single travelers
  • Suitable for friends
  • Suitable for couples
  • Suitable for children
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter

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Attersee pile dwelling time travel trail in Seewalchen am Attersee
4863 Seewalchen am Attersee

Phone +43 7662 2771
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