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Suitable routes for baby carriage

Suitable routes for baby carriage

You can enjoy many suitable routes for baby carriage during your holiday with children in Pitztal. Perfect for your holiday with baby or toddler.

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Altitude ranges from 20m to 60m

Circular Route ZirbenPark

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Mittelstation (2024m)
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Mittelstation (2024m)
The Swiss pine, also affectionately known as the “Queen of the Alps” is a high-alpine tree. Embark on a journey in our new ZirbenPark at the intermediate station of Hochzeiger. Find out about all facets of this precious type of wood on this special circular walk. The new approx. 1 km long ZirbenPark adventure trail starts at the intermediate station, continues towards  Zollberg leading through a Swiss pine forest, past the Tanzalm hut and then back to the intermediate station. ZirbenPark’s highlight is the cone-shaped ZirbenZapfen adventure tower: this 12 m tall adventure tower features a viewing platform and a 16 m long tube slide. You can easily and conveniently get to the new ZirbenPark by gondola lift. The Zeiger restaurant at the intermediate station invites for a comfortable stop.
 

Rifflsee circular route

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Rifflsee gondola bottom station (2288m)
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Rifflsee gondola bottom station (2289m)
Take the Rifflsee gondola to the top then walk by the Rifflsee circular route [Rundwanderweg Rifflsee]. This trail is especially suitable for families (including prams) and for the elderly.

Piller Moor nature trail – wheelchair-accessible route

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Car park at the entrance to Piller Moor (1526m)
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Car park at the entrance to Piller Moor (1526m)
It is approximately 500 metres on a gravel path to the turf house square [Torfhüttenplatz] where the path forks off. Turn left to get to Piller Moor natural landmark and the moor observation tower or turn right to walk past the winter feeding station and a path that leads to the peat cutting area. After approximately 200 metres you will reach a platform, which reveals a view of the “Putzenmoos” that is well worth seeing. Here, peat was still cut until the early 1970s. The wheel-chair accessible path then continues for approximately 300 metres until you reach the moor. From there, the road is no longer suitable for wheelchair users.  

Walking to the Chapel of the White Light

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Bergstation Gletscherexpress (2839m)
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Bergstation Gletscherexpress (2841m)
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