Entertainment for the whole family
Family trip to the Grossglockner High Alpine Road
Tips for families with children, Mother’s Day and overnight stays
Family trip with children: tips for kids & teensYour children’s age doesn’t matter since there’s so much to discover along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road that boredom just won’t feature. A number of activities cater to youngsters’ need to move about as well as to the exploratory urge of other children. Even teenagers, who can be tough to win over to the idea of a family trip, will gush at the view of the tremendous mountains.
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Mother’s Day: family trip on the second Sunday in MayYear after year – this time completely different! Driving to the Grossglockner is equally exciting for new mums as for grandmas. Barrier-free access allows you to enjoy a family trip including pram, walking frame or wheelchair. All ages can enjoy the sensational view of the Grossglockner and Pasterze from the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe together. Tip: discounts and Mother’s Day promotions!
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MURMI, the mascot and the Grossglockner children’s adventure world
The alpine marmot MURMI likes to be around children. It can be found at the four themed playgrounds and invites kids to play and discover. Best observe its living and breathing form at the “Mankei-Wirt” at the Fuscher Lacke and on the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe. The MURMI exhibition at the Haus Alpine nature exhibition has many interesting factoids and entertaining information about the cute alpine residents.
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Family trip with overnight stay: sleeping on the Grossglockner
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Trip for families to the WasserWelten Krimml
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