Adventures for and with kids

Excursions for kids

There are some tips for big and small

Go out in the nature, find your adventures, enjoy forrest, mountains and the dolomites

Land-Art path in Pfalzen

Near the sports zone of Pfalzen, at 996 m above sea level, visitors young and old can embark on a forest adventure that has many a surprise in store. The now well-known LandArt trail combines the tranquility and pleasant coolness of the forest with some special works of art that were created along the way. In one place a moss man is clinging to a tree, in another there are huge wooden mushrooms... The special feature: the 7 artists from Pfalzen work with natural materials, because it should be art in and with nature that adorns the LandArt path. And so he presents himself differently again and again, because the works of art weather and change over time: the passing and becoming of nature. The hike, just over 2 km long, is pleasant to walk and can be done in an hour (path no. 5). The height difference of around 50 m is hardly noticeable.

Childrens World Olang

Nothing better than that! Whereby “playground” probably doesn’t quite do justice to what was created for families with kids on the edge of the forest in Valdaora. The unique play and adventure area extends over several hundred square meters, where children can romp around, try things out, discover and experience nature freely and informally. Climbing equipment, a water world and various themed play areas offer variety that adventure-hungry children don't want to do without, even on holiday. The undisputed highlight: the 56 m long giant slide – the longest in all of South Tyrol. And the parents? They are happy about the unexpected break, soak up the sun and enjoy the panorama. Family holidays in Valdaora can be so relaxed. By the way: A visit to the children's world can be optimally combined with a bike tour. The Olang children's world is located directly on the Pustertal cycle path. OPENING HOURS: OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND Mid-May - mid-October: - During this time, we keep the children's world clean and the toilets are open. - Access to the two slides. ADMISSION TO THE CHILDREN’S WORLD IS FREE

Olperl barefoot path

A special adventure begins at the mountain station of the Helmbahnen (2,434 m asl), which can be reached from Sesto or Vierschach, and leads into the world of Olperl and his friends. A 1.5 km long circular hiking trail, which is also suitable for prams, offers 10 different stations dedicated to the animals of the alpine fauna. It is a true adventure park that has its own story: Once upon a time, a mysterious creature with big, glowing eyes lived in Hochpustertal, who played all sorts of tricks on the residents and frightened them with his whistles. Olperl is said to still be at home in the Sesto mountains today, a friend of animals, a lover of fruits and wild berries, but also one who still likes to scare people... Olperl is also the highest barefoot path in the Dolomites at 2,150 m above sea level. dm. dedicated. Soft moss, cool spring water and a wide variety of natural materials await you there to invigorate your feet.

Treasure hunters on Kronplatz

Can you find the treasure? The Kronplatz treasure hunt offers a unique adventure at 2,275 m asl! At a total of nine stations, you collect letters that result in a solution at the end. The hunt begins at the Concordia 2000 bell and ends in the Little Plan de Corones adventure park. Anyone who successfully discovers all the letters also has the opportunity to experience all the special features of the Kronplatz summit. How does the treasure hunt on Plan de Corones work? When you buy a junior or children's ticket, you also get a stamp card for the solution word, a treasure map and the instructions. Visit the 9 stations in order and stamp the letters on the respective squares on your map. When you have found all the letters you can pick up the treasure at the last station. The stations are located at the top of Plan de Corones.

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