There are three exciting kids' expeditions to undertake in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis!
Equipped with a special adventure backpack, little detectives can work on exciting puzzles to solve during the hike.
Crash-landing in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis! What could have happened?
The kids' expedition is tasked with figuring out the circumstances and course of events of the mysterious accident.
Visitors to the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis holiday region in Tyrol discover a wreck of a crashed plane in a clearing near Komperdell mountain in Serfaus, at approximately 2000 metres above sea level. Jettisoned cargo can be found throughout the surrounding woods as well. Also, there are signs that the pilot managed to survive by jumping with a parachute before the crash. Now, more precise details of the crash, as well as the identity of the pilot, must be explained by the kids' expedition.
The kids from Serfaus embark on the trail to the wreckage equipped with an "adventure backpack" with all the necessary tools, including compass, telescope, and other instruments, as well as a newspaper with eyewitness reports. The farther they hunt, the more jettisoned cargo they can find. Just like a puzzle, the story slowly comes together, allowing kids to discover the interesting details of the crash. But only upon returning to the tourism association office do the kids get to learn the full story, finding out the identity of the pilot and what happened to him or her.
The mysterious witch's house
There is an amazing discovery waiting to be made in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis in Tyrol!
A witch's house must have flown up in the air and then landed upside-down. What happened? Only kids can solve this riddle!
The "upside-down witch's house" is the final destination of an interesting story known as “The Hexenweg Trail”. The kids start out in Fiss equipped with a special backpack containing a telescope, magnifying glass, and compass along with other useful instruments. The trail conceals numerous riddles and challenges, along with fairytale apparitions which can only be explained with cunning and resourcefulness.
Odd noises and sounds need identification, and obstacles must be overcomes with balancing and climbing. The children will see mysterious doorways, moving figures hidden high up in the branches, and odd games and objects hanging from the trees. Situational thinking, creativity, and endurance are the virtues rewarded on this trail for those who want to reach the witch's house