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“Mom, dad, see what I can do?!” A holiday at the Grünholz means: Finally having time and being able to see just how talented your kids really are. Everyone able to let out their exuberant energy to their heart’s content. Discovering all kinds of new things and having great fun with your family. Taking a short break to post a snapshot holiday photo for your friends back home, then on to the next adventure.
Mühlbach and the Hochkönig Region offer lots of hits for the kids. “Just what the doctor ordered” for family guests staying in our apartments and rooms. Children, teens, but also young-at-heart adults can look forward to a wide range of opportunities, including over 30 different attractions. And thanks to the Hochkönig Card, many of those attractions are even free of charge, while others offer major discounts. So, curious to know more?
Because having time for one another is one of the most precious aspects of a family holiday, we went ahead and searched for a few authentically memorable experiences you are sure to enjoy. Simply click on the “+” symbol below to read more. Have fun browsing. As for everything else, including geocaching, rafting, archery etc., we will be happy to tell you everything you need to know once you get here.
Mountain Village of Animals
“It’s totally cool and the marmots are so cute”, say our younger guests whenever they visit the Mountain Village of Animals. While they are there, they have an opportunity to meet, and fall in love with the village’s mascots “Manfred Marmot” and his wife “Fraufred”. The smaller marmots are also lots of fun to watch. The marmot colony lives in the wild, but they are definitely not shy and they have a soft spot for the kids. And be sure to visit the other animals in this mountain village as well: in the petting zoo, at the farms, and roaming free. There is so much to discover. If you dare to, you can even learn to milk a cow by hand and help the farmers turn the milk into delicious cheese.
Toni’s Alpine Meadow Playground
More variety and adventure than you can imagine
Here, children’s pulses are guaranteed to race with excitement. Kids want to be constantly in motion, which is why the climbing tower, slack lines and a game of frisbee are certain to appeal. Add to that the water- and sand playground, where the kids can give free rein to their creativity and splash about to their heart’s content. So: Don’t forget to pack a change of clothes, you will definitely need them.
Tired and likely soaked to the skin, the grill and relaxation area is a great place to recuperate before heading off on a short hike to the Karbachalm. An activity that’s an absolute must. Completely accessible, you can also push a pram out there. Along the way, you will come across lots of fun play equipment and treehouses, accompanied, of course, by a magnificent panorama of the Hochkönig itself. No one will ever want to go home again.
Tip: Thanks to the Hochkönig Card, your family fun is free.
Sliding and climbing paradise, archery course, wildlife feeding station
Climbing, swimming, jumping, excavating, letting out all of that youthful energy. At the adventure program on the Natrun in Maria Alm, right next to the Grammlergut café, things are guaranteed never to get boring. And while the kids are playing, their parents are able to enjoy the great views from the sunny terrace.
The fresh mountain air at 1163 m above sea level gives young adventurers all the energy they need to slither down the 55 m long stainless-steel slides. They will be able to zoom practically all the way back down to the valley. If that’s still not enough and they have energy to spare: a hiking path runs next to the slides, meaning they can walk back up the hill again and slither back down the slides as often as they like.
Exhilarating rides and the Kiddy Bike Park
All kinds of excitement zooming down the Alpine Slide on the Biberg: 62 curves, 345 vertical meters and 3 jumps, 1.6 km in length. Whether fast or slow, the choice is yours: thanks to an easy-to-handle lever, you can adjust your own speed independently. And it isn’t just the Alpine Slide that’s well worth a visit.
Sport Simon Kiddy Bike Park attracts kids with a 120 m-long course featuring various obstacles such as wooden bridges and moguls. Children’s bikes up to 20 inches can be borrowed free of charge, while push bikes and helmets are also available.