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Triassic Park in Winter

A great day-trip destination for the whole family

No matter if a quick side trip after skiing or when winter hiking in the winter scenery covered in fresh snow - Triassic Park is worth a visit even in winter! Via the winter hiking trail lined with dinos, you can easily get to the viewing platform and the stalactite caves within a few minutes walk. Between the walls of snow you keep coming across snowy dinosaurs, who hibernate at this time of year. And those who still want to conquer the Triassic Park on skis, can do so on the Triassic Funline with a mogul training run, banked curves and tunnel - great fun for schussboomers young and old!

Attractions

  • checkViewing platform

  • checkWinter hiking trail

  • checkStalactite cave

  • checkTriassic Funline

  • checkChildcare on the mountain with Hubsi and Irene

Kitzbühel Alps - PillerseeTal - TriassicPark - Steinplatte

Spectacular downward views...

VIEWING PLATFORM
The viewing platform provides spectacular downward views and great vistas of the wintry alpine world even in winter. The platform is easily accessible from the mountain station via the winter hiking trail. With some luck you can discover one of the life-size dinosaurs in the deep snow - so keep your eyes peeled!

LIMESTONE CAVE
The limestone cave is worth a visit not just in summer. The cave can be easily reached on foot even in the snow-covered winter scenery on the optimally ploughed winter hiking trail. Numerous stalactites and stalagmites can be marvelled at in the cave. And you can also find plenty of interesting facts about the formation of these stalactites.
PillerseeTal - Triassic Park - Winter

...and divine views

WINTER HIKING TRAIL
On Steinplatte you can do more than just skiing in winter. Those who want to enjoy a break from skiing or just simply enjoy the wonderful view, have come to the right place on the new winter hiking trail. On about 1 km length, the trail leads from the mountain station along the viewing platform all the way to the limestone cave and back again. With sturdy footwear, the trail can be easily walked by everyone. And off the trail you also keep coming across snowy dinosaurs. Aren’t they freezing beneath that snow cover?

TRIASSIC FUNLINE
Schussboomers watch out! The Triassic Funline with a tunnel, children’s slalom and mogul training run is great fun not just for little skiers. The motley snow-elements and banked curves are great fun for young and old.

CHILDCARE WITH HUBSI AND IRENE
Play and fun away from the piste can be found with Hubsi and Irene at the Triassic childcare. While the older siblings run riot on the Triassic Funline and the parents explore the Steinplatte ski area, the little ones can let off steam in the snow or play and do arts and crafts in the indoor area.

Good to know

  • checkParking: Directly at the valley station of the Bergbahn Steinplatte/Waidring (free)

  • checkWC: At the mountain station in Gasthof Kammerkör Inn

  • checkSnack stop: Directly at the mountain station

  • checkPrices & opening hours can always be found updated on here!

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Admission to the viewing platform and limestone cave is included with the ski pass. The costs for the gondola trip can be found in the current brochure of the Bergbahn Steinplatte/Waidring or online at www.steinplatte.tirol.

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