Can your children not wait for the next adventure?
There’s something to discover behind every corner in the Tyrolean Oberland. So listen out and keep your eyes peeled! Little adventurers will find a new holiday highlight to explore with every step they take here.
Whether wondering through the fairytale forest or coming into close contact with the band of dwarves – the many play areas and adventure playgrounds of the region offer the perfect conditions for playing and running wild!
The family adventure pass
As part of the usual kids and weekly programme there is the so-called adventure pass: The kids can get their adventure pass stamped at different stations in the Tyrolean Oberland. The mascot Bibi has carefully hidden the little boxes with the stamps – at the pirate adventure park at Badesee in Ried, at the Sauerbrunn Heilquelle in Prutz, the new fairytale forest in Ried, in the pine forest in the Radurschltal or in the various adventure playgrounds. Child-friendly adventures have therefore been planned for the hunt for the stamps and little stamp punches. Everyone who has collected all the stamps in their pass by the end gets a little surprise in the tourist information office. The adventure pass can be collected free of charge from your host or in the tourist information office.
A fully-packed rucksack for exciting adventures
In order to make the spirit of adventure complete, families can hire an adventure rucksack in the villages’ tourist information offices and from their accommodation providers. Each rucksack contains a magnifying glass, a landing net, a set of binoculars, a shovel, boxes and pens and a colouring book. Every hike on the discovery tour is equipped for kids in this way. Hiring a rucksack costs €5.00.