The three short adventure trails - GeoPfade - start from the Mineral Museum in the village centre. They reveal the geological and botanical peculiarities of the surrounding area.
Testing tunnels - site of the Teiser Kugel - humming stones and sound stones
Via the Vereinshausplatz, which features a drinking fountain made of granite and dry stone walls, past the church. Onwards on an almost flat path along the side of the mountain, which features interesting geological outcrops and information boards on geology and botany, to the "Lahne" (Trail No. 11) at the rest area, which offers a view of the village.
The Teiser Kugel testing tunnels, as well as humming stones and sound stones invite you to stay and experiment.
Messner Låcke pond circuit
Via the Brunngasse (the fountain is made from a single granite slab and the water is suitable for drinking; there are also benches and a young hornbeam tree) north towards the beautiful irrigation pond, which lies between two meadows. There is a circuit around the pond (pushchair- and wheelchair-friendly). Benches in three areas invite visitors to relax, watch the dragonflies dance and listening to the frogs. The boulders on the east side reveal the geology of the area. You can return via the Kårrner Waldele playground and the Schelmbühl.
Hill walk to the Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre
A historical hill with a Heilig-Grab-Kapelle (Chapel of the Holy Sepulchre) and trenches with rock bunkers from the First World War. The view ranges from the Villnösser Geisler (Gruppo delle Odle), Raschötz (Rasciesa), Rittner Horn (Corno del Renon), Latzfonser Kreuz (Santa Croce di Lazfons) and the Radlsee (Lago Rodella) lake to the Zillertal Alps. Panoramic panels provide information on the surrounding villages, mountains and the geological features of the surrounding area.