The Saffron Educational Trail begins at the village centre (Mund Village post office bus stop). From there, the trail sets out on a tranquil and circular route running through saffron fields and meadows, and with an impressive view of the Rhone Valley. During the approximately 90-minute hike, there are currently six stations with plaques providing information about Mund saffron cultivation in German and French. Visitors will learn why this wonderful product can only be picked and processed by hand, as well finding out about its worst enemies. The plaques convey bite-sized information about the history, origin, culinary properties, cultivation and processing of saffron, as well as about botany and the Mund tradition. The Saffron Educational Trail is an entertaining hiking opportunity which is ideally suited for family outings. Part of the trail is wheelchair-accessible.