Hexenwasser Söll Hohe Salve
MARVEL - CONTEMPLATE - COMPREHEND
Every year in May, the witches at the Hexenwasser Söll Hohe Salve theme park open their doors to the whole family.
From 9:00 am – 5:30 pm each day, young and old can experience the wonders of nature at 60 wet and wonderful activity stops – with all the senses! On the barefoot path you walk over rough and smooth, across stream and meadow. Feeling nature with your feet revives the organism and is like a reflexology massage.
At the bee theatre, the yellow and black actors honour you with their impressive, specially created waggle dance. Look closely and you might see the busy bees as they enter the stage to deliver their nectar and then dash off to collect more. The buzz concert at the bee theatre is the perfect soundtrack to this comedy.
There are other activity stops at the Hexenwasser Hohe Salve theme park, depending on the season. Along the way, you are guided by skilful witch attendants (11:00 am – 4.30 pm), who also make sure you never fall off your broomstick.
The Hohe Salve – the highpoint of Hexenwasser
Get up high in the Keatlift
“Float” conveniently up to Hexenwasser’s high point, the Hohe Salve – this is possible thanks to the Keat lift, which takes families and less experienced hikers a good deal closer to the summit. At the top station of the Keat lift, there is a wonderful hiking paradise to suit everyone. Here you have a total of ten easy and idyllic hiking trails to choose from. Particularly fascinating is the Mountain Springs Hike on the theme of spring water and Alpine pastures. This walking trail invites you to explore the many natural springs around the Hohe Salve.
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- Cherry Festival at Hexenwasser 09.07.2017
- St. Anne's Day on the Hohe Salve 30.07.2017
- Culinary Alm Weeks 16.09. - 01.10.2017
- Hochsöll’s Alpine Autumn 11.-30.09.2017
- Hochsöll Alpine Dairyman’s Festival 21.09.2017
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- TOUR de TIROL 06.-08.10.2017