Friday, May 24, 2013

A New Concept For Families - Free Children's Programme of Events in Paznaun

This summer Paznaun will be transformed to become a hot-spot for families. Paznaun-Ischgl’s tourist board has developed a new concept - between 24th June until 6th September the programme of events for children and teenagers will for the first time offer activities in a different town in the 30 kilometre long valley every day – alternating between Kappl, See, Ischgl and Galtür. For children and teenagers this means exciting variety; a new adventure every day and new discoveries in the middle of the Alps. While climbing in Silvapark Galtür, rock-climbing acrobats get to experience a new bodily sensation and will balance themselves as they learn to keep one another safe and to rely on one another. Klara, the herbal sorceress in Kappl and Willi, the mischievous forest imp in See, let you in on secrets about the plant and animal kingdom. During mountain bike tours teenagers get to enjoy fast-paced riding through Ischgl’s mountains. The special aspect to the family concept - the programme of events takes place for the most part in the middle of the mountains; there are only a few in the valley. Children between the ages of 4 and 10 can head out on an exploratory tour with Kids Club Paznaun; while action for older kids, between the ages of eleven and 16 is on offer in Youth Club Paznaun. Register right at the location. And the best thing – taking part is free of charge when you have the Silvretta Card All Inclusive. All guests staying the night receive this regional discount card even before they get here.
The Silvretta Card All Inclusive rounds off the new family concept in Paznaun. Every guest who stays the night receives this discount card; it is even sent to their home before they come away on holiday. Thanks to the services included, this means that families already save on toll fees if they are travelling via the famed Silvretta high alpine road. Having arrived in Paznaun, with the All Inclusive Card families get to take part in the programme of events for children and young people free of charge; extra costs only have to be paid for entry fees and for any hire equipment. Participation in the sports, cultural and weekly programme of events is also included. This includes, among others, a glacier safari, a family climbing session and a smugglers and summit tour up to 3000 metres altitude. Here too trained staff supervise your children and also take them on lots of voyages of discovery. ‘All in’ also applies to use of all cable-cars, chairlifts and buses in the towns of Ischgl, Galtür, Kappl and See.

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