In the idyllic valley end of Saalbach Hinterglemm you will find a nature-loving adventure play area for children and families. “Schnitza’s Holzpark” awaits you right next to the popular Teufelswasser – a huge adventure place. Everything revolves around the wood here. Organize a milking competition on the cow “Resi”, carve your own hiking sticks, take part in extreme mini golf or assemble the tree disc puzzle. Every child is guaranteed to find their favorite (wooden) activity here! www.schnitza.at
Note: Schnitza’s wood park is also suitable for prams.
High rope park – sporty self-awareness for those with a head for heights!
Another attraction awaits you at the end of the valley in Saalbach Hinterglemm. Austria’s largest high rope park is being built here in several expansion stages. This consists of several courses at different levels from 3 to 40 meters high. The newest attraction are three gigantic zip lines with a total length of 2 km! Glide over the end of the valley at 70 km/h at a height of 100 m! In addition to good shoes, climbing enthusiasts need above all a lot of courage and skill for the different rope and bridge constructions. Safety is the top priority in the high rope park. Each participant is permanently attached to the lifeline and is doubly secured. www.bauboeck.com
“Experience water with all your senses” is the motto here! The Teufelswasser is a theme park, which leads past a number of play and wellness stations all about the element of water. In addition to the fairy and dwarf realm, a soothing Kneipp pool, a rock pool and a mill wheel await you. You can let off steam in the forest playhouse and at the Steindrachenplatz, watch dancing forest spirits or simply relax at the appropriate rest areas. All summer long you can enjoy the magical world of Teufelswasser at the end of the valley in Saalbach Hinterglemm for free!
Baumzipflweg & Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps
The Baumzipflweg is the highest treetop hiking trail in Europe. Together with the Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps – the longest pedestrian suspension bridge – this combination of a 1 km long circular path in the treetops and a 200 m long suspension bridge at a height of around 40 meters represents a unique project worldwide. The massive larch wood construction with stairs, towers, bridges and platforms creates several wonderful vantage points that inspire young and old. www.baumzipflweg.at
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