Discover the best top things to do in Wildschonau, Austria including Markbachjochbahn, Bummelzug Wildschonau, Worgler Wasserwelt, 1. Tiroler Holzmuseum, Kundler Klamm, Hohe Salve, Museum of Tyrolean Farmsteads, Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschonau, Rattenberg - Medieval pedestrian zone, Hexenwasser.
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4.5 based on 46 reviews
It's not the highest peak and, given this, the views are amazing. Fabulous that it is included with the guest card in the summer.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
The "Bummelzug Wildschoenau", a slow road train, brings you during the summer daily to the beginning of the "Kundler Klamm", a beautiful gorge in the Tyrolean Mountains with a magnificent natural landscape. The walk through the gorge is easy and a perfect destination for hikers of all ages. Even for strollers the track is no problem.
We used this way of getting round the valley on our recent visit to Niederau. It is an efficient way of getting around with hourly pick-ups. It is not the most comfortable ride ever and can be rather smelly from the Land Rover exhaust so my tip is to sit as far back as possible but then you are near the open back door. The tickets are 2.50 euros per single trip or 4euros return, but you can buy Day or Week tickets. The walk from Niederau to Oberau was very pleasant so we only bought separate tickets when we needed them.
4 based on 116 reviews
Wave the Worgler Wasserwelt is the largest and most adventurous poolside of Tirol in Austria. We offer various pools, a double looped waterslide, solebath and more than 2000sqm sauna area. We are open daily and offer free childcare during your visit.
The Place is easy to find and has a simple Ticketing and pricing system.
The property itself has free lockers and changing rooms and two restaurants which can be operated and used with a simple "watch" you get at the entrance.
The pools are big and well kept, there are several areas for children's and classes for babies. The main pool has hourly waves and the four waterslides are very good to raise your heartbeat.
They do have a dedicated pool for laps and an outdoors section if the weather permits. And a stunning Sauna part which has to be paid extra in the beginning.
All areas are wheelchair accessible.
Definitive worth a visit, well worth the price and a great way to relax and spend some time.
4 based on 27 reviews
With the Wildshonau guest pass discount the entry to this museum was reasonable although some of the wood items for sale were quite expensive. This is a house with numerous small rooms made into a museum and more like a maze as you go through rooms and up and down stairs. Worth a visit if you're not skiing.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
It is incredible that this is the first review of the wonderful little Kundler Klamm gorge running from Oberau (Muhltal) in the Wildschonnau to Kundl on the (river) Inn. If it were longer it would surely be rated as one of Europes great natural tourist attractions. There is a gentle 2 mile walk in and then you enter the narrow, almost vertical, high walled Gorge to descend to Kundl with it's Bridges (of Madison County). As weather makes little difference its a great short day out on a poor day when you can also use the BumbleZug tram.
It's suitable for all ages - there's a good path through the Gorge so push chairs should be o/k, and a nice cafe just before the end. Don't miss it if you're in the area.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
We weren't expecting much, but the restaurant at the Hohe Salve summit at the top of the gondola from both Hopfgarten and Soll was stunning. The food was as expected for ski style cafeteria but the fixtures and decoration of the restaurant were lovely. There are large Windows with views to the Valleys below on 3 sides of the restaurant. On the day we visited the staff were very helpful and we didn't feel rushed by them to vacate the table.
Suggest a visit to the toilets. There is the usual Austrian perfect cleanliness and these toilets also have the most incredible views. Large windows with views to the surrounding Mountains. Also fitted out in solid timber doors with a lovely attention to detail.
We visited in June and it was misting rain and quite cold outside so this restaurant was a real surprise and a great way to spend an hour resting our legs after our hike.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Park within easy driving distance from daughter's home in Maurach. Lovely park area with old farm houses giving an interesting perspective on life in the Tirol. Walking is easy and a few interesting features scattered around to give children soething to try. Restaurant had some good solid Austrian food and drink at reasonable prices.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
The Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschonau with its 4 Mountains and 2 Valleys is one of the most family friendly ski resorts in the Tyrol. 109 prime prepared slopes, 45 modern ski lifts and 25 huts await Winter sports lovers of all age groups. The „Alpbachtaler Lauser-Sauser“ Alpine-coaster offers fun for the whole family Summer and Winter.In Winter families can put their Winter sports skills to test on the Funslope Alpbachtal and the Eva-Maria Brem – race course. Other Winter fun activities to enjoy are hikes along romantic Winter walking paths thrilling toboggan rides down exciting runs and exclusive co-pilot rides aboard piste bashers. The excellent accessibility and idyllic setting with low-key apres-ski scene, are qualities often favoured by families, make for a perfect holiday in the Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschonau.
Pretty extensive resort - well maintained. Nice nursery slopes but not great for progression to the more difficult runs so would suit absolute beginners or confident intermediates. Some of the lifts can get pretty busy, notably the Hornalm lift - also our favourite ski area. Slopes were pretty icy when we visited - consider riding the gondola from the mid station to the bottom.
4.5 based on 245 reviews
Rattenberg is a small attractive 'village' to spend a few hours. The one main street has plenty of Coffee shops and Restaurants as well as the inevitable souvenir shops, good quality items as well as Glassware shops. Walking behind the main street,we found more quaint Restaurants,and a Church which was very interesting.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
MARVEL - CONTEMPLATE - COMPREHENDWith more than 60 wet and wonderful stations, the Hexenwasser theme park, meaning Witch Water, offers a natural experience and encourages the whole family to discover and explore - daily from 09.00 am to 5.30 pm.Humming stone, witch’s fireplace, singing water bowl, witch’s stone mill, home of the queen bee, witch’s ladder…these are the mysterious titles, as though in a picture book! Anyone aged 3 to 103 can read this book! The people in charge of each station make sure visitors get to see and experience the fascinating wonders of nature in a fun way. Walking barefoot over rocks and stones, through streams and meadows on the longest barefoot trail is reflexology for your feet and revives the entire body. Watch the bees coming and going in the Bee Theatre, copy the bees’ tail wagging dance or even go into the pitch-black beehive, and you’ll soon be walking on air too!
The Austrians really know how to keep kids entertained, we found loads of great attractions for children and this was the highlight. Situated in a beautiful spot halfway up a mountain it has loads of water-based features and attractions. Our son loved it and we probably walked a good couple of miles without noticing it. It took a couple of hours or so for us to get round and he could easily have stayed longer. Plenty of nice spots to stop for a picnic.
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