Großarltal Tourist Office, in Salzburg, Austria
Search
P: +43 (0)6414 281 Call us now [email protected] info@grossarltal.info
Search & book
Menu
CURRENT WEATHER
afternoon
Saturday 19°C
19°C
Sunday
Sunday 16°C
16°C
Monday
Monday 15°C
15°C
OPENING HOURS
OPEN HIKING PATHS
Open hiking trails
0/19
PANORAMA LIFT
Statusclosed today
Singletrail Grossarltal
Statusclosed today
Last update: 15.03.2020 17:02
SUMMER SCHEDULE PANORAMA LIFT SINGLETRAIL GROSSARLTAL
HOURS & DAYS
OF OPERATION

Panoramabahn I & II:

30.05. to 28.06.2020

Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

30.06. to 27.09.2020

daily (except Monday)

29.09. to 03.11.2020

Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Continuously from 09.00 am to 04.30 pm

The Singletrail Grossarltal is expected to open mid-June

If it rains in the morning, the lift operation is cancelled for that day - without replacement.

USEFUL LINKS FOR YOUR HIKING HOLIDAYS
HUTS IN GROSSARLTAL
Mountain huts in the Großarltal
CURRENTLY OPEN HUTS (PDF)
Open mountain huts
TOURING TIPS
Tour tips
LIVE CAMS FROM GROSSARLTAL:
Grossarl webcam 920 m
Livecam ski resort 1.850 m
Webcam Panoramabahn
Livecam Loosbühelalm 1.769 m
Livecam Webcam Loosbühelalm Großarl
“Rucki Zucki's Gaudi Alm” Adventure Playground
"Rucki Zucki" - the mascot of the Gaudi-Alm

We have brought the huts and alpine pastures down to the valley for the kids. At this unique adventure playground, children can look forward to a play hut, mini farm, mountain stream, small lake, a crystal mine and lots more.

Rucki Zucki, the cheeky little rucksack and mascot of the Gaudi Alm, looks forward to your visit! And best of all: Admission to this gigantic playground is free!

Play Areas at Rucki Zucki’s Gaudi Alm
Summit cross at the playground

Kids, there is so much waiting for you to discover at this fantastic adventure playground.

In the small-child area, you will find a sandbox and play tower, bulldozer and a tunnel to crawl through. You will also find spring seesaws and a mobile sun sail, which means the kids will be able to play in the sandbox without fear of getting a nasty sunburn.

For children who love to climb, balance and slide, the “Treehouse Path”, the “Wood Stack” and the “Stone Otter” are perfect play equipment. Here, small and “medium-size” children from kindergarten-age and up can play.

The playground also features 3 huts: The Heidi Alm, Hoamalm and Hoch Alm. Goats, rabbits and silk hens live in the barn and love to be fed and petted. Actually, there is play equipment scattered throughout the play area – including seesaws, ground trampolines, swings and slides. The giant slide from the play tower as well as the “Cloud Swing” are special highlights that the kids simply have to check out. The bravest of them all might want to also try the climbing wall.

Things become more relaxed in the snack area, where there is also grill equipment. If you wish to grill, please bring your own coals, grill trays and, of course, food & drink.

Adventure playground in Grossarltal
Children busy building in the sand at the playground

A kids’ lift carries the youngsters from one end of the park to the other.

On the go-kart track, the children race head-to-head. That said, the track does have “rules of the road” that are very much like the ones adults have to obey.

The kids will also be able to clamber around at the Crystal Mine. If they keep their eyes peeled, they might even discover a hidden crystal treasure or two, and be able to leave the mine through a secret exit.

Ready, set, cast off! – Words you’ll occasionally hear at our small mountain lake. In fact, 2 rafts are anchored there, just waiting for intrepid young mariners to set sail.

The sand becomes really, really interesting at the water construction site: there the children can pump water and perhaps turn the sand into beautiful sandcastles.

The narrow mountain stream provides a refreshing change of pace, winding its way through the playground. A nice place to cool off on hot days, and to reinvigorate tired legs.

A wave slide takes kids on a fun ride down to a gravel pit. There, you will find spring seesaws. Rounded stones (small boulders) invite the youngsters to test their balancing skills.

So, have we sparked your interest? Then, no time to wait – head on up to Rucki Zucki’s Gaudi-Alm – your adventure playground in Grossarl.

An EU-supported project

The description of the next image is:.

Header area

Title of previous image

Title of next image

You are currently in this document

You are currently on the subpage of this link

To open further menu points click here