The route then continues back down to the Frutz and runs parallel to the road for a short while. It crosses the parking lot in the business park before reaching the partly beautifully restored and well preserved drifting grounds. Information boards provide information about the old tradition of drifting along the drift route to the wood yard. The route continues along the left side of the Frutz, mostly through alluvial forests that have been preserved. People seek out the clean waters of the Frutz to take a cool dip on hot summer days. The route turns left from the railway bridge and continues through the village and crosses the St. Peter Bühel to the Mühlbach (millstream) and its previous uses (water power, wash house) and back to the starting point.
Don’t forget your sun screen and headgear when it’s sunny because the part of the route that leads through the village doesn’t offer much shade.