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Walderlebniszentrum Ziegelwies, Fussen

(4.6/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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  • The treetop walk could we not commit now unfortunately in the winter time, but know this from another location in Germany, and find it a great experience. The price is, compared to other tree-top trails, moderate, and not overpriced. The treetop walk is located at the forest adventure centre Ziegelwies, whose showrooms are open also in winter. For smaller kids stuffed animals are there, above all perhaps the bear, one of the highlights. For children, there are various things to touch, try out and rates in the small exhibition. Admission is free - a donation fund is discreetly placed in one of the rooms. Right at the Centre, there are various interpretive trails that are accessible at all times. The visit is therefore recommended in every season.
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  • Come by chance passing by and just stopped. A very beautiful plant (something short). Cost is € 4 okay. Very good parking possibility. Also very clean toilets. Super views of the mountains, over the Lech River and the forests or trees.
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  • A very nice course with a great fun factor, not only for children! A romantic environment and very friendly, helpful staff!
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  • Nice place, good for kids and a great tour.
  • A super site for children. Barefoot by the Creek or the mud. Questions and answers in games packed on the subject of forest. The raft ride. Simply class. The BaumPfad is well worth its money. Necessarily take towel... The feet are dirty and wet.
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  • A super fun for young and old. How were there with our two children. They are 5 and 2 years old. We have spent over 2 hours and did only a course. A must for every family.
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  • It's a pity that you can forgive not 10 star. We (my wife, I and 2 children, 6 and 4 years) started with the treetop walk. For this part of the forest Centre you have to pay admission €4 from 16 years per person. But definitely worthwhile. Then we went the floodplain forest path. The children and adults we had lots of fun at the many stations. Then we ran back back on the treetop walk to the parking lot. We haven't done the second way, the mountain forest path (with the fairy tale path). That would have been too much for the two little ones. We went but the same again the next day, to commemorate the second part. My opinion is not so interesting to evaluate what but never negative. Also great cinema. There is also an exhibition in the entrance area, one must also visit. I find it very commendable that everything is free of charge up to the treetop walk. And even this does not cost anything up to 15 years old. However, there are ways to make a donation for the preservation of the forest Centre. You should also do this. It would be a pity if this beautiful attraction must be encoded because of lack of money, or actually then admission is required. We were totally excited anyway. An absolute must for every family that there holidaying nearby. Can you connect also wonderful with a picnic on the banks of the Lech river above of the Lech case (parking on the Austrian side). I have taken really like 10 stars.
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  • Super attraction in the Woods, along the river Lech, literally on the border of Austria and Germany. A boomkronenpad, an interactive information centre, div. playful walks, a barefoot path: it's all there. Professional set up and very worthwhile. Entrance fee for the boomkronenpad is only a few pounds (children free) with which the maintenance is supported financially.
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