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Triassic Beach

The highest sandy beach in the Alps, located in Waidring

Your mini primordial sea on the Steinplatte! On over 200 square metres, expedition participants are able to cool off and relax: On the Triassic Beach, you can splash around and ride the water dinosaur! The beach itself is warm: Here the sand is dug up and worked! And that's not all, here, you can also find all kinds of fossils, dinosaurs can be discovered - and there is a thrilling treasure hunt! The most recent attraction here, is the huge dinosaur tube slide with a length of 30 metres.

Useful Information

  • checkSwimming in the mini sea

  • checkDig upfossils and search for petrified ammonites

  • checkHuge dinosaur tube slide with a length of 30m

  • checkChildren's climbing wall

  • checkChildren's entertainment

  • checkToilet Facilities: on-site in the Triassic Center

  • checkCurrentopening times can be found online here!

  • Kitzbühel Alps - PillerseeTal - Triassic Park - Steinplatte
    Children play with stones in the Triassic Park on the Steinplatte in Waidring in the Kitzbühel Alps.
  • Kitzbühel Alps - PillerseeTal - Triassic Park - Steinplatte
    The mini primordial sea on the Steinplatte in Waidring provides fun for the whole family.
  • Kitzbühel Alps - PillerseeTal - Triassic Park - Steinplatte
    Families can also move around the Triassic Park barrier-free, with the handcarts.

In the outside area there is an approx. 210 m² “mini sea” surrounded by the highest located sand beach in the Alps, the approx. 1,400 m² “Triassic Beach”. Here, our little visitors can splash around and play in and by the water, whilst adults can relax on the beach and enjoy its terrific view. The little ones can meanwhile take part in an excavation, where they can search for hidden treasures in the sand. And last but not least, on the “Triassic Beach”, visitors have the opportunity to discover more about the former coral reef and its inhabitants during prehistoric times on the “Triassic Trail”. The themed trail to the peak and back again, provides information at each of its interactive and exciting stations about the formation of the Steinplatte. As a highlight, there is a huge fossil coral reef to discover.

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Entry to the Triassic Beach

Entry to the Triassic Beach is free of charge! The prices for the gondola lift ride can be found in the current brochure of the Bergbahn Steinplatte/Waidring, or online at With the purchase of the PillerseeTal Card the gondola ride is already included!

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