The adventure park Vider Truja
At Lake Vidersee, there’s fun and adventure for all ages at the Vider Truja adventure park. During a walk through the high alpine landscape, it’s not just the little turquoise reservoir lake that’ll amaze you. There is plenty more excitement coming at the adventure trail. That’s where little explorers get to experience the element of water and make some unforgettable holiday memories.
By the way: You can get to the adventure park Vider Truja via the adventure hiking route Ischgl. The 2.5 hours long hike across 7.5 kilometres is perfect for families and impresses with three different vegetation zones and two gigantic suspension bridges! Alternatively, the adventure hiking route can also be reached via the Silvrettabahn and Fimbabahn cable cars.
The natural stage at Lake Schwarzwassersee and at Lake Pardatschersee should definitely make it onto the holiday schedule of every family! Why? That’s easy: at the wood, stone and rope construction – modelled after nature – children can get in touch with the elements. Ambition and creativity are awakened easily because throughout the stages, children can swing, balance and constantly discover something new. Whether it’s at the boulder wall, the two climbing towers or the slackline parcours …
Details about the adventure stage:
- walking time: about 45 minutes
- length: 1,6 kilometres
- difference in altitude: 50 metres
- Tip: there’s the possibility of having a barbecue at Lake Pardatschersee
Fishing in Ischgl
Did you know that the Paznaun is one of the most water-rich valleys in Tyrol and has incredibly great water quality? So, it’s no surprise that there are plenty of fish in the lakes and rivers.
The same goes for the Trisanna, where river trouts and brook trouts feel particularly at home. Or at Lake Schwarzwassersee with its quiet fishing spots where you can mostly find rainbow trouts and grey trouts. By the way, at Lake Schwarzwassersee, excursionists also have the chance to have a barbecue. That’s a great way to prepare and savour your freshly caught fish right away …
Place your ball and drive: minigolf in Ischgl
The thought of playing minigolf in summer brings back some old childhood memories? it’s high time to refresh those, then! And you can do so during an exciting match of minigolf at the Trisannaweg in Ischgl! From spring to September, people play minigolf at this 18-hole facility day in and day out. You should also try pit-pat – an exciting version of pool billiard! Good to know: On rainy days, the minigolf facility is closed.
As you can see: An active holiday in Ischgl means action, variety and entertainment on every single day of your holiday! Click through the hotels and accommodations surrounding the Silvretta Arena and send them a non-binding enquiry for your active holiday in summer or winter!