Alpinolino Westendorf

In the interactive adventure park Alpinolino, at the Choralpe pasture, kids can do discovery journeys.

Close to the mountain station of the Alpenrosenbahn, a cable car in Westendorf, at the adventure terrain of the Talkaser mountain restaurant (1,770 m asl), there is the Alpine discovery park Alpinolino. Games, fun and adventure focus on the topic of nature. On this area of 20,000 sqm there is much to be discovered! The 1.5 km long trail takes you about one hour and includes an area with several stations and the renewed "Holz(wurm)-Weg" path (wood worm path) from the intermediate station to the valley station.

There is e.g. the "Murmeltier rallye" (marmot rally), a course with craps, eyrie, marmot observation stations and guessing station. In the "Tierische Rätsel-Tour" (animal guessing tour), there are 5 huts, 5 animal traces and 5 animals to be guessed. Particularly popular are the discovery tours. Can you hear grass growing? What does the marmot have to do with marble? These are only some of the questions that are answered in this tours. An over-dimensional puzzle, a petting zoo, a trampoline and much more is offered to make a day for kids complete.

Kids and adult researchers can also retrace the eagle Bert and discover the secrets of animals living in the Kitzbühel Alps. In the "Flugschule" (flight school), finally, you will discover why eagles are considered the kings of the air. The Alpinolino Westendorf is so to speak a mountain full of surprises, and has also been awarded with the quality seal of Austrian summer lift facilities.

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Alpinolino Westendorf freely accessible

ascent and descent by Alpenrosenbahn Cable Car:
€ 23.00 adults
€ 17.50 young people
€ 11.50 children

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