Excursion tips for children

The lovely surroundings and the colourful panoply of varied activities make the family-friendly holiday region of Heidiland an ideal destination in all seasons for adults and children alike.

Climbing tower

Climber

The first climbing tower in Switzerland is on the Prodalp on Flumserberg. Over three levels there are about 100 originally configured climbs in different designs and levels of difficulty.

Climber

Highspeed

Floomzer

High-speed ride from Chrüz to Tannenboden: In the modern and safe coasters, over 247m difference in height, you experience 3 loops, 2 tunnels and countless curves, jumps, bridges, twisters and waves.

Floomzer

Cleverness

Minigolf

Accuracy and finesse are required here: The minigolf at the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is idyllically situated at the edge of the resort’s very own park. Two more minigolf courses can be found at Flumserberg.

Minigolf & boccia

Feel the nature

Children barefoot footpath

Stimulate the senses: The Kneipp installation and the barefoot footpath on the Pizol invite both adults and children to put their hiking boots on the side and let their feet be tickled, bathed and prickled.

 

 

The wild man

Trail of legends

On the Sagenerlebnisweg (trail of legends) from Prodkamm to Prodalp there are information boards and games about the legend of the wild man who was known for playing jokes on people, animals and nature.

Recreational fun

Geocaching

Geocaching consists of hiking or walking in the countryside combined with playful discoveries, riddles and experiencing new places. This new way of discovering the world promises lots of fun for the whole family! The whole world is strewn with hiding places. Across Switzerland there are about 20'000, in the holiday region of Heidiland there are around 200 – and counting! All you need for Geocaching fun is a GPS-enabled device such as a Smartphone.

Geocaching