From very early on, people used rivers as a means of transport. Located here on the southern plateau, the Celtic settlement of Argentum presumably had a landing place for boats and rafts further downstream. As a mountain river, the Möll carries a lot of meltwater from the glacier until early summer. Starting in Fragant, the river was navigable by raft for over 27 km. Wood and charcoal were the most common goods to be transported.
Thanks to the abundance of wood in the area, there have been very many rafts on the Möll through the ages. Whether that was also the case in Celtic/Roman times has not been handed down. At any rate, wood from Carinthia was in great demand in countries further south. Venice, for example, relied on wood from the Alps.
If you want to find out more about this, you can also watch the film (in German).