Do you want to see Heck cattle that are almost as tall as a man and rare wild horses grazing on a former army training area? No problem. The animals fulfil the role of landscape gardeners, ensuring the land is grazed sustainably. The Aschaffenburg natural heritage trail is three kilometers long and leads you around the untouched pastures where the animals roam. Numerous other rare animal and plant species have also settled here over time.
Information boards along the nature trail describe the flora and fauna and provide information about its development from an army training area to a national heritage site. Visitors with smartphones can scan QR codes to listen to the songs of the birds living here. In addition to insect tours, various hands-on activities to create biotopes are offered. They especially appeal to children, who are invited to get to know the environment in a playful way.