The new Stubai Treehouse Trail is sure to delight the kids: Fun and adventure is on offer on the trail network that links delightful treehouses resembling a dwarf’s dwelling and invites to play, climb and discover.
What’s there in a dwarf’s dwelling? A bedroom, a kitchen, a workshop, a playground, and – of course: a treasure chamber. Each of these five rooms was made into a wonderful treehouse and they are all linked by a stroller accessible trail. Bardin, the Dwarf needs the help of little ones on his search for the vanished gems. The trail winds from the mid-mountain terminal of Schlick 2000 Gondola to Vergör Alpine Inn. The wooden structures suspended among the branches of conifers invite to explore nature in the middle of the woods. Kids navigate their way through the trail network by means of slides and swings. There’s even a miniature zipline and plenty of features to play, climb and discover. Treasure maps are available to little explorers at the beginning of the trail. Those finding all the hidden symbols in the treehouses will receive a tiny surprise present afterward, to be picked up at Fronebenalm, Bruggeralm or Vergör Snack Bar. Which is sure to delight the kids—and, as we all know, if the children are happy, the parents are too. The delightful walk takes about one hour to complete.