Summer Activities for Family Holidays in Tyrol
Playing with water, sand, and mud... building dams: At "Murmliwasser", childhood dreams come true – and right next to the Komperdell lift. In "Murmliwasser" in Serfaus, there is a gold panning area for children. And kids aren't the only ones who get gold fever on the mountain!
The “Murmli-Trail” wanders through a fairytale forest past a mysterious wishing well, a grouchy bear, and many other surprises - all the way to the amazing marmot cave. A load of guaranteed fun for families!
And... what exciting secrets lie hidden along with a crashed aeroplane and jettisoned cargo in the middle of the forest? Child detectives can follow the clues on the "nosedive" adventure trail.
Nothing stimulates the imagination more than the mixture of mud, sand, and water – called “Gatsch” in the Tyrolean dialect. With this material, it is possible to build the neatest castles, roads, and landscapes – and then carry out exciting experiments.
And no one gets upset if you get wet and dirty. Plenty of parents are more than happy to join in here at the new, interactive Murmliwasser fun park near the Komperdell lift in Serfaus. All around Lausbach Creek, various fun, engaging activity stations are set up for visitors. Mill wheels and water chutes, mudslide mountains, water ladders, a suspension bridge, and adventure playgrounds keep everyone excited.
The building of dams and culverts is expressly desired, and mud fights are officially smiled upon. Parents who wish to keep a little distance from the splashing can kick back in the integrated relax-zone and observe the wet and wild fun from the safety of a cosy deck chair.
An overview of the attractions and obstacles
- New: Murmli rodeo
- The haysack gauntlet
- The cattle drive
- Haysack dodge 'em
- Wurst Barbecue
- Panning for gold
- Murmli refreshment kiosk
MARMOT HABITAT AREA
The marmot is especially well adapted to life in the mountains around Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. Marmots are known for their characteristic whistling which often seems to be taunting hikers. Usually it is just a short whistle, and then the shy animal disappears again. One has to be very quick to catch a glimpse of one of these adorable creatures.