Neither plant nor animal; mushrooms are truly astounding. In this workshop, we explore the surrounding forest and learn, among other things, how mushrooms live, what role they play in our ecosystems and where they are being used in our day-to-day life.
- Theory and practice
- Professional explanations
- In case of questions, call +352 247 56 516
Sturdy shoes and weather adapted clothing
|Participants||Min. 8 and max. 20 participants|
|Languages||German, French, Luxembourgish|
Daily 08:00 - 18:00
This is a group-ticket
Please note that a group of at least 8 people is needed to follow your request. This request must be submitted at least 15 days before the desired date.
Please plan at least 2 hours for this tour / activity / workshop.
In order to give you our best service, we ask you to be on time and inform us of any divergence concerning the program we agreed on.
Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxemburg
Offered byCentre nature et forêt Ellergronn
Mushrooms have always been shrouded in mystery. May it be as a source of nourishment, for healing and medicinal purposes or as an intoxicant, mushrooms can be used for all sorts of things. The main focus of the hike is laid on their variety and meaning of mushrooms for our ecosystems.