The promotion of nature conservation and tourism are the primary objectives of the ERDF project, which is funded half by the European Union and half by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia.
To this end, ponds and pools were created, grazing areas for cattle and horses were set up, and three viewing mounds and paths were built. The new cycle route "Alter Soestweg" now directly connects Soest and Möhnesee and provides wonderful views of the interesting cultural landscape. Three beautiful Schledden valleys become visible again through paths. Along the trails, information boards inform about nature, culture and history of the old training area.
Wide open areas in the center and west are grazed year-round by a few semi-wild horses and cattle. This creates a mosaic of open areas interspersed with brush clumps and groves. Other areas are kept open by sheep.
The Liz offers interesting excursions through the nature reserve and has developed GPS tours to experience nature on the Kleiberg.