The forest is a vital component of the Nature Park. Dominant forest communities of the area are spruce woods, spruce-fir woods and spruce-fir-beech woods. In spring, you can see Christmas roses appear on the resurfacing forest slopes, which are joined shortly after by daphnes, different buttercup species, coltsfoot, liverleaf and wood anenomes. What makes these ravine forests fascinating is how original and natural they are. The existence of pine forests (e.g. the Spitzenbach Gorge or the Palfau Wasserloch Gorge) is especially worth mentioning. While pine woods used to make up the predominant forest community in the region during Preboreal time, they are considered relictual populations today.