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for small and big

Activities for children


St. Anton am Arlberg also has a lot to offer for families with children.

Hoppels children’s programme

With the themes of earth, water, fire and air, every child will be enthusiastic about experiences close to nature. For all children from 4 to 16 years of age, every day of the week offers a different challenge – such as learning the secrets of the forest, reading tracks, building boats, building dams – all this and much more awaits your child here in a great environment where they can simply be a child and let their curiosity grow.

High and low ropes course

Have you ever been to a high ropes course? Then it’s high time: a worthwhile stopover on the way to the Verwall Lake is the high and low ropes course. Located directly on the banks of the Rosanna, visitors can expect tricky tasks at dizzying heights between the treetops. Climbing fans get their money’s worth on the 22 stations at heights of up to twelve metres. The brave can withstand their vertigo on the Zipline above the Rosanna Gorge. Bookable at H2O Adventure.

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Verwall Adventure Valley / Legendary Verwall

The Verwall Valley is rich in diversity. There are many storytelling stops in the Verwall for children. Stories such as “The Treasure on Arlen”, “The Witch of Stiegenegg”, “The Schnanner Drajer” and “The Ghost of the Husband” are waiting to be discovered by children in the Verwall. Children can also immerse themselves in these myths and legends in a playful way with interactive nature stations.

Senn’s Wonder Trail

Known for its variety of experiences for the whole family, you can experience the Senn’s Wunderwanderweg. The herbal trail, the nature playground for the little ones, the Tree House, the Wonder Water, the Edelweiss Trail and the Miracle Forest – you’ll find them all at the Sennhütte. A lovely lunch in the Sennhütte with its magnificent mountain panorama rounds off the day perfectly.

Panorama Trail

Are you looking for a circular hiking trail in St. Anton that is easy to walk with children? Then the “Mutspuren” circular hiking trail on the Galzig is just right for you. With a length of 5 km and a walking time of approx. 2.5 hours, it is an ideal day trip for a hike with the children. Featuring interactive stations along the trail and water games at the reservoir to keep the children thoroughly entertained.