Schnackler adventure trail
The exciting adventure trail for children in Kaiserbach valley in Kirchdorf in Tirol!
If you are out and about with children we have a few great tips for you. In Kaiserbach valley there is something for children and the young at heart to enjoy. Right at the access area to Alpine Outdoor Gallery, which starts at the car park for the toll point, is where the Schnackler adventure trail begins. This second area, specifically set up for younger visitors to Kaiserbach valley outlines the history of the "Schnackler" and the "Koasabacha" on several stations.
Kirchdorf children's author Bettina Reiter summarised the special features of the nature reserve in a fun story. Legend has it that the Schnackler, a young shepherd, the tedium of whose solitary work on the Griesener Alpe in the Kaiserbach valley drove him to ‘make music’ in a very special way: He clicked his tongue and snapped his fingers – and since those days, as the folk saying goes, this is what we know as ‘Schnackeln’.
checkStations featuring the history of the "Schnackler" and the "Koasabacha"
checkPlay and educational elements
checkDirectly linked to the Alpine Outdoor Gallery
The history of the trail is now revealed via play and educational elements making it suitable for children. The two legendary figures welcome visitors at the entrance. Then it's all about finding your balance on wooden peonies, climbing a net like a spider and completing a test.
Good to know
checkCar parking: Kaiserbach valley toll point (fee payable)
checkWC: Kaiserbach valley toll point, Fischbachalm and Griesner Alm
checkSuitable for prams: Yes
checkMiscellaneous: Exciting adventure trail; free entry