Up and down the eye follows the hummock meadows, called "Buckelwiesen" in the valley floor between Mittenwald, Krün and Wallgau. Due to the thousands upon thousands of lumps, the landscape looks almost unreal and a little playful. This unique grass-covered hilly landscape is highly worthy of protection and is a relic of the last glacial period. 1000 of the 1200 hectares of unaltered Bavarian hummock meadows are found in the Alpenwelt Karwendel, the largest part in the area between the lake Tennsee, Krün und the Mittenwalder Kranzberg. To ensure that this remains so, our farmers spend a lot of effort in manual work and lifestock farming. With these traditional techniques also many alpine herbs and over 200 plant types are thus preserved. Here one still reaches traditionally for the scythe foregoing fertilizers, and sheep and goat herds graze on the hummocks.