- The fairy-tale and legend trail in Bürs is one kilometre long. At six different stations, signboards tell the story of well-known fairy-tales and legends from the region and inform about natural phenomena. Resting places with benches invite to pause for a while.
- Along the themed Animal Trail in Brand you can pet sheep, goats and rabbits and have a look into the chicken coop and the insect hotel. En route, you will come across a playground and an observatory with binoculars.
- The Forest Discovery Trail in Raggal/Marul in the Grosses Walsertal biosphere park is riddled with skill games. Taking 2.5 hours, the trail takes hikers to lookouts, a wild gorge which they cross on a swinging bridge, and across alpine pastures to an organic dairy-making farm.
- Little adventurers are bound to enjoy the Bear Land at Sonnenkopf, the family and adventure mountain in the Klostertal. First you mount on bear gondolas. At the peak, a bear’s cave, a bear playground, water features, raft trips on the bear lake and many other diversions await the little visitors.
- The Burmi Trail in the Kleinwalsertal features 9 stations where young guests find ample opportunity to train their agility and coordination skills while exploring nature at its best – and Burmi, the Kleinwalsertal mascot, is always around. An impressive barbecue area and a water-based playground featuring a sulphur well add to the attractions. The Burmiwasser adventure trail on the Kanzelwand beckons with exciting water features.
- On the Kristberg in the Montafon, a former mining area, the educational mining trail provides insights into state-of-the-art research work and access to hands-on information on mining. The trail features twelve stations, some of them inviting visitors for interaction. At the end of the trail, below the St. Agatha miners’ chapel, a mining-themed adventure playground is waiting for our young explorers who can immerse themselves fully into the world of mining.
- A circuit in Gargellen in the Montafon takes hikers on a half-day tour of the Smugglers’ Land where different stations invite children to experience the exciting smuggler’s life first-hand, barefoot on the stealth-and-stalk trail or, telescope in hand, on the lookout for “Schmuggi Luggi“.
Der Grüne Rätsel-Ring
Spielstation am Burmiweg
- At the Count Hugo Playgrounds in the Montafon, the little ones can have the time of their lives in the bracing mountain air. The playgrounds are all at high altitudes: at the Nova Stoba at 2,000m and at the Kapell restaurant at 1,850m, both overlooking Schruns, featuring slides, see-saws, sand boxes, a balancing course and a fountain. The latest attraction is a geocaching trail.
- Get up from your computer and lace up your hiking boots is the motto in Silbertal. The 4.5km long forest discovery trail along the Litzbach brook, which is suitable for buggies, features 11 interactive stations where children and families can learn about the facts of nature at in playful manner.
- What is the most precious good on Earth? Those who want to find out can hike the Green Riddle Ring in Lech am Arlberg, armed with the “impossible workbook”. Starting in Lech (1,450m), this leisurely tour heads up to Rud Alpe (1,560m). Along the way, hikers must answer questions and solve riddles at 14 stations. As a reward, the young riddle-solvers can pick up a present at Rud Alpe, refresh themselves with cool drinks and enjoy the water fun park.
- Spielfabrik Dornbirn, Vorarlberg’s first indoor playground, covers 2,000 square metres. The fun area for children under 12 features a wave slide, a spider tower and a go-kart track. With ample seating and a spacious restaurant on site, parents can pause and linger in comfort.