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On the traces of wild animals
Over there a cheeky badger sitting in the tree says hi, a little marmot squeaks happily on a small wood pile. Young snow adventurers discover all kinds of masterfully recreated wild animals along the children's course in Hochoetz. Skiers who are able to ski down on "red" slopes effortlessly take the turnoff to the child-friendly adventure route at the bottom of the ski run no. 9. Interesting information boards with excitingly prepared content inform about Alpine animals in their natural habitat. After passing the 10 stations, the trail joins ski run no. 9 again. Afterwards, all nature explorers can return comfortably to the Hochoetz top station by taking a ride on the Ochsengarten mountain gondola.
All you need to know about the Alpine animals pictured along the children's course can be found in the separate flyer which is available directly at the ski ticket office.