Nature on the Hochzeiger is indescribably beautiful. The stillness touches all the senses. The view is unforgettable. And it is here that the Zirbenpark is located and is an exciting day out for both adults and children. The focus is on: games, fun and learning all about the rare Swiss pine. The Swiss pine is a tree of the high mountains. It is said to have positive effects on the well-being as well as harmonising properties. If you love hiking, then this is the perfect place, with the 1-km long Zirbenpark round route a particular highlight. Your set-off point is at the Hochzeiger middle station at 2,000 m. The multi-sensory path leads through the Swiss pine forest with a view over the towns of Jerzens and Wenns. At twelve stopping points, there are all sorts of facts and figures about the “King of the Alps", as the Swiss pine is affectionately known.
On a tour of discovery through the ZirbenPark with Pitzi & Gratsch
The Zirbenpark multi-sensory path doesn't have to be explored alone, either. Visitors old and young are accompanied by the ibex Pitzi and his friend Gratsch. The Zirbenpark is their home. "Gratsch" is dialect for the nutcracker bird. The two friends share a passion: pine nuts. Eating them and gathering them. Go on a special tour of discovery with Pitzi and Gratsch.