Lauserland children’s mountain top adventure playground
Lauserland on the Wiedersberger Horn
Are you ready for a family day out full of adventure and fun? You've come to the right place at Lauserland!
Right below the Wiedersbergerhornbahn top station, a world of adventure awaits young and old. Have a whale of a time at almost 40 play areas. And should you run out of steam while running around with the kids, you’ll find plenty of shaded areas to have a rest. Relax in a hammock and soak up the wonderful mountain views. Lauserland is therefore also a great destination for grandparents with their grandchildren.
Opening times: Lauserland is open within the Wiedersbergerhornbahn hours of operation.
Tip: Admission to Lauserland is included in the price of the gondola ride up the Wiedersberger Horn. If you're staying overnight, you will receive the Alpbachtal Card when you check into your accommodation. The card includes plenty of discounts and services, such as free use of the Wiedersbergerhornbahn.
Games & fun in the Lauserland
Open-mouthed & wide-eyed
The kids will be speechless at the sight of the 44 m² giant jumping pillow or the Lauser-Sauser alpine coaster – before making a dash for them. And a fast pace is good because there’s lots to discover with around 40 play areas waiting for you on the plateau between forests and meadows.
The Lauser tower: not for the faint-hearted
First, it's up we go and then in free fall back down again. Choose between three platforms of different heights to plummet yourself into the depths. But don't panic, you'll land on a huge air cushion that will softly catch your fall. For the less daring, there is also a slide leading back to solid ground.
Tip: The Lauser tower is popular with adults too as it offers a perfect panoramic view of the Tyrolean Alps.
The highlights at a glance:
- rope course
- rolling ball track
- the Lauser tower
- the Lauser-Sauser alpine coaster
- a 44 m² giant jumping pillow
- a pond with fun water features
- a water wheel and fountain pump
Action-packed rides with the Lauser-Sauser
The top attraction amongst guests of all ages: the Lauser-Sauser. At breakneck speed, the alpine coaster whizzes towards the valley over two jumps and around two 360 degree turns. Having reached the bottom, a cable winch pulls you back up to the top.3 ... 2 ... 1
Take your little rascals on a hike
Your family trip to Lauserland is also a great opportunity to conquer a mountain peak together. The leisurely panorama path that leads to the highest point of the Wiedersberger Horn enables even the youngest guests to experience their first peak. And the reward is waiting as soon as you reach the top: the spectacular panoramic view over the Zillertal Alps across the Rofan Range to the Kitzbühel Alps and into the Inn Valley towards Innsbruck and Bavaria.
Good to know: You can borrow a baby carrier at the Wiedersbergerhornbahn top station against a deposit. This can then be returned at the bottom station.Family hike on the Wiedersberger Horn
The Lauserland holiday programme
The Lauserland holiday programme takes place in the summer months from July to September daily from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m..Details
The Alpbachtal family programme
The Alpbachtal family programme takes place in the summer months from July to September Monday to Friday. As a family, you can discover a different Alpbachtal highlight every day. Curious? Then take a look at our folder!Details