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Hög park of experience

The Hög park of experience at the mid-station of the Alpkopfbahn lift in Serfaus aims at introducing children to sustainable pasture farming and forestry.

The kids are thrilled by the numerous stations such as a cowpat trampoline, a wooden marble run, a lumberjacks’ playground or a dexterity course. There is so much to explore! And to cool off on hot summer days, there is a water labyrinth, a shallow water area with floaters’ course and the Högsee lake, in which one can also swim. It is also possible to rent pedal boats, kayaks and stand-up-paddles there to cruise the lake.

Hög family lights chapel

And since you are already that close to heaven on earth, you might consider visiting the Hög family lights chapel. At the beautiful chapel with its colourful facets it is also all about the family. All design elements have used this approach. With plenty of attention to the detail, the Hög chapel was designed as a joint project by the sculptor Walter File, architect DI Hubert Lentsch, priest Mag. Willi Pfurscheller and the Komperdell lifts. Some viewers might consider the chapel being rather cool, but it is this deliberate straightforwardness that wants to make this chapel open for all confessions.

Detailed information on the Hög family lights chapel can be found in the flyer available in the chapel.

Drone flight over the Hög adventure park

Schneisenfeger family coaster

Brakes are for losers. So buckle up and start your racy ride with the Schneisenfeger family coaster. The ideal winter and summer tobogganing run for the whole family.
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Dear guests,


we and our employees are very happy to be able to welcome you with a
“very welcome, nice to have you here” until 25th October.
In Winter we will be open from 17th December 2020 until 11th April 2021
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By the way:
We have adjusted our cancellation conditions for the Winterseason!
More information on the hygiene measures in our hotel and the skiarea can be found here.

 

Take good care of yourself and your loved ones and most importantly stay healthy!
 

See you soon!

Barbara and Michaela Neururer