Water games in Timok's Wild World, © fieberbrunn.com
Water games in Timok's Wild World, © fieberbrunn.com

Mount All-Round: Timok's Wild World


The Wildseeloder is not only the local mountain for residents of Fieberbrunn but also the site of Mount All-Round, a huge adventure play area featuring everything from a rope obstacle course in the forest to Europe's first alpine-digitale walking trail and an Alpine Coaster.

Half-way up the mountain, visitors will find Timok's Wild World. A haven for young adventurers, explorers, nature lovers and sports enthusiasts, it has a climbing area comprising six huge granite blocks as well as a forest obstacle course and a low-rope adventure park with more than 30 stations. A little further up the mountain there is a feeding area for fallow deer next to the Berggasthof Wildalpgatterl. On hot days there is the chance to cool off with Timok's fun water games around the reservoir at Streuböden. In summer 2020 a new learning trail will be opened there teaching both children and adults about the local flora and fauna. Last but certainly not least, there is Timok's Alpine Coaster. This mini rollercoaster begins at Streuböden at 1,160 metres above sea level and winds its way down through several features, including a 360° spiral loop, to the bottom of the cable car. It is open in both summer and winter.

Those with a head for heights can take the Lärchfilzkogelbahn up to the Lärchfilzkogel station at the top of the Wildseeloder mountain. It is there that Europe's first alpine-digital walking trail begins. The trail, called "Museum goes Wild", leads through the meadows and pastures near the Wildlam hut. From the hut you can continue the walk to the Wildseelodersee, one of the most beautiful mountain lakes in the Alps. The Wildseeloderhaus on the shore of the lake serves hearty food and also offers accommodation to those who wish to stay the night. From there it is not far to the summit of the Wildseeloder mountain at 2,117 metres above sea level.

Timok's Alpine Coaster, © fieberbrunn.com
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Accessible using the cable cars in Fieberbrunn, operating daily 8:30am – 5:30pm.

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Tickets are required for the cable cars and Timok’s Alpine Coaster

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  • Family friendly
  • For children from: 3 years

  • handicap-accessible
  • Possible in rainy weather

Parking is available at the base of the Fieberbrunn cable cars

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Ihr Ziel: Lindau 17, Fieberbrunn, Österreich

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