It’s no surprise that children can’t get enough of Hexenwasser Hochsöll. Over 60 fun-filled get-wet stations invite kids to have fun, splash, spatter and splatter. This unique theme world in the Wilder Kaiser-Brixental region also focuses on the pristine beauty of water and nature and shows visitors how precious the supply of clean and safe drinking water is. Modern cable cars whisk you to the Hexenwasser water world and the top of Hohe Salve mountain.
Over 60 Get-Wet Stations A pool, a fireplace and a stone cutting shop are located on Hexenbach river; in the Hexenwald forest you can dress up as witches and magicians and give broom riding a try, among other things; on Hohen Salve there is a trail to “Praise the Sun” that invites you to experiment and marvel; the Barefoot Trail stimulates your feet with different surfaces; another highlight is the bee waggle dance place where you can follow the bees’ artistic waggle runs; at the “Journey through Time” you will learn about old crafting techniques and traditions, learn how to make cheese, bake bread, extract honey and roll wax.
Suitable for children:
up to 10 years old, from 10 years old
Open in summer:
TUE, FRI, SUN
11 am.: corn milling and bread baking;
Until the end of September (11 a.m. – 3 p.m.) there are 5 staffed stations where you can learn about the water world and its many attractions. Plenty of fun-filled family events are offered throughout the summer.
Adults: Hexenwasser Hochsöll €11.50; Hohe Salve €15
Children (1994-2005): Hexenwasser Hochsöll €6; Hohe Salve € 7.50
Admission to Hexenwasser is included in the cable car ticket.
SkiWelt Hiking Pass
The SkiWelt Hiking Pass (1 day, 7 days, 12 days or season pass) is valid at 14 mountain lifts within SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental. It also gives access to following adventure worlds: Filzalmsee Hochbrixen, Ellmi`s Zauberwelt Ellmau, Hohe Salve Hopfgarten, KaiserWelt Scheffau, Hexenwasser Hochsöll, and Alpinolino Westendorf.
May 13 - October 17, 2010:
daily 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Open daily from May 13 through October 17, 2010.
From Innsbruck: motorway exit Wörgl Ost; continue to Itter and Söll.
From Germany: motorway exit Kufstein Süd, continue to Söll.
Arrival with public transport
Plan your arrival with public transport here.
Your destination address: Stampfanger 21, 6306 Söll