Mascot Furgli
Mascot Furgli with swimming hoop and diving goggles
Mascot Furgli on the chairlift
Mascot Furgli skiing
Family in pedal boat at the Högsee

Adventure Park Hög in Tyrol

Get to know the alpine life
in a playful way

In the Adventure Park Hög it’s all about alpine farming and forest management. Numerous attractions will excite you around the Högsee lake in Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis.

Family in kayak at the Högsee

Playground at the mountain lake

The Adventure Park Hög is located at the Alpkopf midway station in Serfaus. The features like a cowpat trampoline and the giant wooden marble run will guarantee fun. And if it gets too hot, a dive into the Högsee lake will be just around the corner. But swimming and bathing is only a part of what you can experience here: Stand-up paddeling and a water parcours want to be discovered and during sun bathing on the floating island you can relax superbly. During a trip to the Högsee lake, a leisurely pedal or rowing boat trip with the family is of course a must! Afterwards you can stop and have a bite of Tyrolean food in the restaurant Seealm Hög.

Look forward to:
  • Family coaster Schneisenfeger
  • Family Lights Chapel
  • Skill course “The old stables”
  • Woodcutter playground for toddlers
  • Boat hire (paddle boats, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards)
  • Giant milk can
  • Wooden marble run
  • Water labyrinth
  • Shallow water area with rafting parcours
  • Cowpat trampoline
Woman and child in the toboggan run

Alpine coaster Schneisenfeger

The highlight at the Adventure Park Hög The Schneisenfeger is a summer and winter toboggan run which has got a real kick. But rest assured: the toboggan run is absolutely safe. The trains run at up to 40 km/h speed to the Högsee lake. Here you can find the entrance in an old sawmill right by the Seealm Hög restaurant. From here, you are pulled up to Alpkopf, seated in the toboggan. From the top you will whiz down a specially designed 1.5 km route back to the Hög area. Numerous exciting jumps, two spectacular 360° turns, numerous 180° bends - and all of it in a height of up to eight metres from the ground. Let’s bet that you and your kids want to experience that more than once?