Pepi’s Kinderland at the Penkenjoch plateau
has already been the ideal place for kids to take their first steps on skis
Our new children’s playground right in front of our sundeck at the Granatalm mountain lodge. And it can be spotted from afar.
The highlight of the newly built Pepi’s Kinderland playground is Pepi, a giant wooden bear sculpture, designed after the alleged toy of the legendary Tux giant. The interior of the giant “Riesenpepi” sculpture is the ultimate playground for children. It offers 3 levels of fun and adventure. Children can enjoy plenty of attractions including a crawl tunnel, a playhouse, a distorting mirror, and a climbing wall. And when they’re done playing, they just exit the giant Pepi Sculpture via a slide.
The sculpture’s eyes offer kids a fantastic mountain view and there are many peepholes, through which they can watch their parents on the sundeck.
for our Pepi
In the second summer, Pepis Kinderland was
enriched by two additional attractions. Behind the giant bear Pepi
2 towers are built which can be reached by hanging bridges. It takes some
courage to march in dizzying heights over the bridges and is just the thing
for small and big adventurers. About 7 m above the ground, it's off
the second tower with a 15 m slide. When you slide it tingles neatly in the
stomach and makes you want more.
The second new highlight is a large low ropes course for children, teenagers and adults. But you do not have to secure yourself for that, but you can prove your skill at a low altitude above the ground. 30 different elements run up and down the terrain and invite young and old to prove their climbing skills. Many elements can be mastered in different ways, which means that boredom can not even arise. The different degrees of difficulty of the individual parts always present new challenges for the whole family.