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Triassic Park in summer

Even more dino-tastic attractions on the Steinplatte in Waidring

The Triassic Park attracts dinosaur fans of all ages with special attractions: the augmented reality puzzle brings new life to the million-year-old prehistoric inhabitants for slightly older children, directly through their own mobile phone camera. For the younger ones, the "Triassic Water Games" with the exciting water course and a completely new playground offer many opportunities to cool off, splash around and play for the first time. In addition, young and young-at-heart dino detectives can explore the Triassic Trail, dig for fossils at Triassic Beach or marvel at the panorama from the 70m-high viewing platform. Should the mountain weather not show its sunny side, the Triassic Centre and the stalactite cave open their doors to all prehistoric explorers, whatever the weather. Those who then know all the dinosaur secrets have great opportunities such as hiking, climbing or biking in the 3-country corner of Tyrol-Salzburg-Bavaria. Whether a holiday with impressions like millions of years ago or active in the here and now - summer on the Steinplatte offers timeless fun for the whole family.

Useful Information

  • checkCar Parks: at the valley station of the Bergbahnen Steinplatte/Waidring (free of charge)

  • checkWC: In the Triassic Center

  • checkRefreshments: At the mountain station

  • checkPushchair friendly?: Yes. Pushchair transport is possible on the gondola lift, the trail is suitable for pushchairs

  • checkCurrentprices & opening times can be found online here!

  • checkThe viewing platform is also open in winter!

But you definitely have to leave time for the "Triassic Trail". The educational circular walk for the whole family (approx. 4 km, 210 metres in altitude) provides at least as many great vantage points as exciting dinosaur facts and figures. And the brave ones dare to take a look from the 70 m high, coral-shaped viewing platform. Breathtaking for sure! But that's not all! In the "Triassic Centre", visitors are transformed into palaeontologists, i.e. real prehistoric researchers, in no time at all in two rooms. Experience the formation of the earth, see real corals and absorb information in abundance. Interactive and multimedia-based - history can be so exciting! So there's no limit to the prehistoric fun, even in bad weather.


You can find countless attractions in the Triassic Park - come and take a look for yourself.

New in summer 2023 in the Triassic Park

Augmented reality puzzles for dinosaur detectives!
Dinosaur seekers take note! This summer you can bring prehistoric times back to life - without a lab, just with your mobile phone! Cool puzzle fun, perfect for older children: equipped with a digital magnifying glass, puzzle pros have to find three prehistoric inhabitants hidden in Triassic Park. With the latest augmented reality technology, you can bring the dinosaurs of 200 million years ago directly into the present with your own mobile phone camera. Even experienced dinosaur experts haven't seen this yet and are amazed when the prehistoric inhabitants walk across the stone slab through the camera lens as they did a long, long time ago. Whoever finds all the hidden prehistoric inhabitants and cracks the secret code word also takes home a medal with a dinosaur engraving and becomes a certified dinosaur expert.

The Triassic Water Games
After so many dino-tastic puzzles, every explorer, no matter how clever, needs a break. So much the better that your own mini primordial sea on the stone plateau is now enriched by the "Triassic Water Games". A brand new playground with an exciting watercourse provides the necessary cooling on a primeval day out. And for dinosaur superfans there's also something new to marvel at, because the 30-metre-long giant dino tube slide has been joined by another dinosaur. The highest sandy beach in the Alps - the "Triassic Beach" - invites you to relax or dig as usual. Fossil explorers should keep their eyes open when searching the sand - many a treasure lies buried here. For dinosaur fans and those who want to become one, there is still a lot to discover.
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Not only dinosaurs are waiting for you...

Hanging almost 70 metres above the abyss, the accessible viewing platform near to the Triassic Center. In the shape of a fan coral, the platform provides visitors with spectacular view of the valley below and breathtaking panoramic views.

Over hills, stone and coral! How did the Trias get its name? What exactly is karst? What does coral look like up close? None of these questions will go unanswered on your tour!

A huge dinosaur tube slide, a mini sea and the highest located sandy beach in the Alps can be found at the Triassic Beach. On hot days, the swimming lake invites you in to cool off. On the sandy beach, you can also dig for fossils.

Interactive stations and state-of-the-art multimedia technology are waiting for you in the indoor area. Here, you can learn interesting facts about long forgotten times and can become an archaeologist for yourself in the explorer camp.

Balance, agility and strength will be tested on the low ropes course - a special experience for both young and old!

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Have you ever one felt the tooth of a dinosaur and dug for fossils? In the Triassic Park on the Steinplatte in Waidring, this is all possible. Off you go, with an indoor area and an interactive adventure exhibition, where you can learn all kinds of interesting facts about long forgotten times and also become an archaeologist for yourself. From the exhibition you can then head directly onto the Triassic Beach, where a small swimming lake invites you in to cool off on those hot summer days. All adventurers can dig for fossils there or test out the huge dinosaur tube slide. Visitors, who have a head for heights, can make a detour to the 70-metre-high viewing platform, before heading over to the Robinia Park, the low ropes course in the Triassic Park. Both old and young explorers, can discover information worth-knowing about interesting topics on the Triassic Trail: What exactly is karst? What does coral look like up close? And how did the Trias get its name? So, off we go and out into the prehistoric times, in the Triassic Park in Waidring!

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Admission fee Triassic Park

Once all the dinosaurs have been discovered, all the treasures found and all the dinosaur facts learned, the Steinplatte Waidring with its incomparable and varied hiking trails, climbing routes and mountain bike routes offers more than enough incentive to spend even more time in the 3-country corner of Tyrol-Salzburg-Bavaria. The fantastic natural panorama invites you to linger. Some - like the dinosaurs - for millions of years. But they all come back, to the Steinplatte in Waidring in the Pillerseetal in the Kitzbühel Alps.

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