Further experiences

A summer full of fun & action

To spend the summer months in the Upper Vinschgau Valley is not only hiking and biking – no, it means much more. The best example of this is the adventure mountain Watles above Burgeis. It is not only an ideal starting point for numerous hikes, but also offers lots of fun experiences. For young and old. For sports enthusiasts, adrenaline freaks and those seeking relaxation.

Spielesee Lake at Watles

The Spielesee Lake at Watles – the adventure playground par excellence in the Vinschgau Valley. The 1500 m² large lake, which is open daily from the beginning of June to the beginning of November, awaits you with numerous attractions. Starting with adventure slides, suspension bridges and a wooden raft, waterfalls and funballz, up to Kneipp courses and picnic areas – here children and teenagers as well as adults get their money’s worth.

Archery course

Another popular leisure activity on the adventure mountain Watles is archery. The archery course near the mountain station is easily accessible by chair lift and features a 3D panoramic course with 28 animals, a shooting range and an archery rental. The fantastic panoramic view completes the outdoor experience.

Hiking taxi

If you want to reach the hiking areas in the Vinschgau Valley quickly and without great effort in order to save your energy for the upcoming hike, you can use the hiking taxi. This taxi brings hikers and active holidaymakers without stress to the desired starting point and then back to their accommodation. This means that your hiking day can start right on your doorstep.

Watles Rider

Tobogganing is just a winter activity? Wrong thought! The adventure mountain Watles has the matching counterpart, which can be seen or driven in any case. The so-called Watles Riders, go-kart like fun sports equipment take you on a fast ride from the mountain station down to the valley. And all this on a 5 km long forest path and without any noise or exhaust fumes.

Sleep & dream

Our family apartements

Two separeted rooms