Let's start at the tourist information office in Willingen-Usseln, Sportraße 7.
The Milk Experience Trail is introduced on the board.
Next to the Pön Hütte located at the skilift Kahler Pön there is a water game. You will learn how many litres water a cow needs per day.
At the Diemelquelle you can hit the cowbells and make some noise. You learn more about the process from grass to milk.
Opposite the Diemelquelle you arm yourself with spruce cones and throw them through the cheese holes. The board will tell you about the costs involved in milk production.
Come into the cinema! Short videos providing interesting insights into agrigulture. You can read about the role agriculture plays in Germany.
On your way back you can use a telescope at the next stop to look for the cows and answer a quit question. How many cows do you see? On the board, Helma explains why agriculture is so important for preserving our beautiful countryside.
You are part of the motive of the photo wall! Next the the wall you have a marvellous view on Usseln through a further photo frame.
After some nice photo spots and great views, you can jump for joy on the trampoline! Helma will explain on the information board why cows need a personal ID.
In the museum café of the Upländer Bauernmolkerei, you can find out historical, fascinating and tasty facts about milk. When you hand in your quiz, you will receive a refreshing prize. (The prize is for children up to 14 years. Only one quiz sheet per child.)