THE attraction for families in Pitztal
Fun, games and interesting facts about the rare Swiss stone pine make a trip to ZirbenPark Hochzeiger fascinating for visitors of any age. The one kilometre long ZirbenPark circular route in Pitztal starts at Hochzeiger intermediate station at 2,000 metres. The adventure trail leads through a Swiss pine forest with panoramic views of the towns Jerzens and Wenns.
At 17 stations you will discover interesting facts about the Swiss stone pine or the “Queen of the Alps” as it is lovingly referred to. The Swiss stone pine is a high alpine tree. It is said to have positive effects on human wellbeing and harmonising properties.
One of the highlights is the ZirbenNest: The six meter high nest is built like a secret dungeon whose entrance must be found first of all. A lot of fun is also guaranteed with the swiss stone pine marble runs and explore the ZirbenPark with a wooden ball. The wooden balls are available directly at the Hochzeiger middle station for a fee.
Everyone will find a favorite place to be: A highlight is the 12 meter high swiss stone pine adventure tower with its 16 meter long tube slide. It is modeled as a pine cone and has a viewing platform. A lot of fun is also guaranteed at the middle station with the swiss stone pine climbing tree. It offers an exciting interplay of climbing fun and marble run action. There are also various swiss stone pine ball tracks in the ZirbenPark itself. The wooden balls are available directly at the middle station for a fee.
NEW in the ZirbenPark from summer 2020:
- new pine wood sculpture with integrated marble runs directly at the Hochzeiger valley station
- Pitzi & Gratsch build a new cable car: At the new construction station children can be active and try to help in four predetermined construction steps (excavation, formwork, construction, technology).