It’s summertime in the lovely Brandnertal! This is the perfect time to go on discovery tour with your loved ones. Whether you’re testing your senses while walking on our new barefoot path or your kids learn everything about the local fauna - it’s sure going to be a blast for the whole family. Down in the valley, in the name giving town of Brand, an interactive education path leads you and your offspring through the fascinating world of a local farm. Your little ones will be able to get into direct contact with all the typical animals, stroke horses and bunnies, and feed the cows. On another day you might find yourself hunting the ghosts and fairies of the local tales or be eye witness to local cheese production. After all, there are a billion things to learn, share and remember in this alpine kingdom of nature.
The Natursprünge path is a kind of open-air museum for little explorers. Up here, high above the Brandnertal, you can spend your precious time with your family most beautifully. Together you will experience exciting things from the forest and across the water of the Alps. Together you will reveal the little secrets of alpine nature and its numerous inhabitants, which will last for a long time after your holiday.
This tour also has an interactive knowledge trail in the heart. This is all about questions about the local wildlife, their habitations and habits. How does it look in the construction of marmots? How well can an eagle actually see? All these questions and more will be answered in a breathtaking scenery. If this is not a successful family outing!
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Climbing around in the goat enclosure, balancing on a pole with chickens, caressing sheep and rabbits, or watching a newborn calf on its first steps: all this is possible on the animal adventure trail in Brand. The tour also leads through open stable areas that provide insights into everyday life on a farm. There is also a playground on the side of the road, so as not to miss out on all the experiments and learning moments, as well as the fun. In the summer, you can refresh yourself in the cool water between all the impressions still quite relaxed at the natural lake Alvierbad!
Tripp Trapps - here nature is explored on bare soles. So it goes over wooden discs, round logs, gravel, sand, ice-cold water and all sorts of varied surfaces. A lane for prams runs parallel to the path - so it does not even rumble the little ones so much, while the Mittelkleinen explore the stone bed with her toes.
What a place! The Lünersee is certainly one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the Alps. Here you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the surrounding Rätikon. We recommend that you go the way clockwise - so you have to climb at the beginning and then only have to run relaxed downhill.
Along the Palüdbach, you hike uphill through shady forests until you reach the wide pastures of the Zalim valley. Continue through the colorful flower meadows, deeper into the valley until you reach the gorgeous lower Brüggelealpe, where you can relax in the sun and forget the world around you.
A breathtaking hike through the land of water. The Bürser gorge, with its natural, ancient forests and raging river in the middle, is considered one of the most beautiful gorges in the Alps. Leaving the gorge, you walk through a dense forest, which is broken by charming glades every now and then.
On this varied tour, which is once again perfect for a family outing, all sorts of fairy tales and legends from the area are told. Thus, the children can let their imagination run wild when they hear the legend of Peterstein or the story of the Frog Prince. The narration and narration tables designed by the children of the Kindergarten, the elementary school and the middle school in Bürs guarantee an adventurous pleasure.
A breathtaking hike that gives an insight into the very short geomorphologic history of the area. The Alvierbach has eaten here in no time (measured in geological scale) in the dolomite and thus created the 30 -meter-high Kesselfall that you can marvel at it perfectly from a wooden platform. The approach is relatively easy and short and thus feasible for children.