Children's Hiking Programme

Nature Park Children's Programme Summer 2017

Lama trakking along the Tux River and a visit to the Tux Mill - Zillertal Alps Nature Park children's hiking programme.
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Lama Trekking & Tux Mill

Together with our four legged friends, Cusco, Nero, Bernardo and Moritz we walk leisurely along the banks of the Tux Stream from Lanersbach to Madseit. As we walk, we have plenty of time to savour the beautiful landscape with all our senses as we adopt the leisurely pace of the llamas. You will learn how to lead the llamas and get to know them a little better. On our way, we can take a step back in time at Tuxer Mühle (Tux Mill). This water-powered mill dates back to 1839 and is still in use today during the summer months.

The tour is also ideal for families with children from the age of 5 years.

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Forest Pixie Day for young explorers and their parents.
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Forest Pixie Day at the Glocke Forest

We want to find out more about the Glocke Forest together, a fascinating forest on the edge of a ravine and a natural oasis full of botanical rarities and specialities. As a forest pixie, we will learn about the forest from the forest and explore the Glocke using all our imagination and creativity. Children and their thirst for knowledge are the focal point of this guided family walk.

Particularly suitable for children from 3 – 9 years.

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Kid’s adventures in Mayrhofen
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Kid’s adventures in Scheulingwald Forest

Scheulingwald Forest is home to many secrets... We explore the hidden treasures of the forest in the protected area around Mayrhofen. This family hike takes us along narrow trails until “Schlangenkopffelsen - Snake Head Rock”. Using fun and games, we explore the forest with its plants and inhabitants together. The hike ends at the water playground in Scheulingwald Forest, where you can enjoy spending the rest of the afternoon.

Especially suitable for children aged 3 - 9 years.

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Alpine Experience Zillergrund - Nature Park Hiking Programme with Antonia Muigg.
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Alpine Experience Zillergrund

What animals can be found roaming on mountain pastures? Why must the pastures be cleared of stones? What do alpine roses and wild thyme smell like? How does "Melchermuas" taste - a typical Tyrolean alpine snack? We walk together from Gasthof In der Au to the Sulzbodenalm alpine farm, where the farmers will welcome us and tell us fascinating stories about alpine life. We are also allowed to take a peek inside their alpine dwelling. We can discover the world of alpine animals in an entertaining way today, smell the alpine roses, gentian and co., and lend a hand on the alpine far.

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