"Escape everyday life and head out into nature!" That is the motto of the Karwendel Silver Region when it comes to family holidays. The region makes it easy to turn these bold words into reality thanks to its huge range of outdoor adventures and activities just waiting to be discovered.
A family hike to the Karwendel Nature Park is an absolute muss for all families who spend their holiday in the Karwendel Silver Region. Highlights include the Großer Ahornboden with its centuries-old sycamore trees and the Eng-Alm mountain hut with its play area, tractor race track and mini farmyard. The many activities as part of the weekly programme, most of which are available free of charge, also give visitors the chance to explore the local flora and fauna. Those in search of a little local history can visit Freundsberg Castle and Tratzberg Castle, both of which date back many centuries. And, last but not least, don't forget to visit the silver mine in Schwaz, which was once the largest mine of its kind in Europe and today gives the Karwendel Silver Region its name.
Highlights of the Free Weekly Activity Programme
From early July until the end of August, children and teenagers can enjoy lots of great activities as part of the free weekly programme from Monday to Friday.
- Family day in the Wolfsklamm gorge: join your guide Alex for a day of outdoor fun including the chance to taste wild herbs (Mondays from 10:00)
- Children's day on the farm: driving a tractor, baking bread and stroking animals at the Schiestlhof farm in Weer (Tuesdays from 20:00)
- Family day on the Loassattel ridge: equipped with magnifying glasses and nets, children join guide Alex and Wendelin the Water Flea to discover the best spots on the Pillberg mountain (Wednesdays from 10:00)
- Evening walk to Freundsberg Castle with legends and burning torches (Wednedays from 20:00)