A children's party every week, several open-air swimming pools and natural swimming lakes, adventure play areas high in the mountains full of things to explore – the Kitzbühel Alps - Brixental Valley region has plenty to see, do and discover for visitors of all ages.
Brain power is the name of the game for those wishing to explore the adventure trail on Gaisberg mountain overlooking the village of Kirchberg. This family-friendly walking path, which is also suitable for buggies, comprises eight interactive stations with tasks which have to be completed. It is just one of several adventure trails of this kind in the Brixental Valley region. Similar fun and games await at the Alpinolino-Entdeckerpark in Westendorf with its discovery trails on the Talkaser mountain (1,770m) and around the enchanting Filzalmsee lake in Hochbrixen. The lake has not only a water-themed play area and a secretive giant hidden away in the lake but also several walking routes with fabulous views of the surrounding landscape. And even on those few days when the weather gods are not smiling on Tirol, there are still plenty of things to see and do indoors such as museums and swimming pools. Guests staying in the Brixental Valley region receive a guestcard free of charge, giving them access to many great deals and discounts in the area.
Highlights of the free weekly activity programme
From the end of June until the start of September, children and teenagers can look forward to a wide range of activities available from Monday to Friday as part of the region's free weekly activity programme:
- Handicrafts, painting and walking day at the Filzalmsee lake (Mondays, 10:00, €5 for French fries and soft drink)
- Pony riding for children in Brixen (Tuesdays, 17:00)
- Torchlit hike for all the family (Tuesdays, 20:30)
- Yoga for kids (Wednesdays, 10:00, for children aged 6 years and older)