Children can discover elements of Alpinism on the motor skills playground. They can put their sense of balance to the
test on the climbing net between hiking poles, budding alpinists can feel butterflies in their stomach on the ice axes
and experience their first dizzying adventure on the bridge between the climbing rocks.
Balancing is not only fun but also promotes a sense of equilibrium. Rocking stones mimic unsteady ground like you
would encounter when hiking. Timber footholds and tree stumps invite you to hone your own body awareness. On the
hillside, nets and ropes can be used as "climbing aids".
For some it is a pastime that demands a lot of concentration, while for others it is an efficient training method for
sports that require a good sense of balance. The course consists of five and seven meter slackline lengths. On your
lines, set, go!
The forces of nature trail stations will teach about the mountain elements in a way that is both fun and helps you to
remember what you have learned. On the one-hour trail, walkers can create mountain storms on wind towers and
build stone cairns with their bare hands. An experience for the whole family as the trail is suitable for strollers.
Water is a fascinating element to play with and explore, but also a welcome source of strength for those looking to
rejuvenate. The lake biotope here offers various elements to while away the hours and play. Children can shoot water
fountains into the sky, propel rafts using wave pumps and enter new sensory worlds on the barefoot path.