Discover many pushchair-friendly walks
– starting from Singer’s doorstep.
Families with babies or small children are just as much at home at Relais & Châteaux Singer Sporthotel & SPA as those with older children or teens. While adult guests conquer the mountains on foot, families with young children can enjoy easy or more energetic pushchair-friendly walking in the beautiful Berwang countryside. Here are Singer’s tips for three enjoyable walks for the family – and with the Z-ticket, discovering all that the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena has to offer is both convenient and cost-effective!
Kögele mountain hut from Berwang
This approximately two kilometres route is a comfortable walk from the outskirts of Berwang and particularly suitable for families with small children or a pushchair. A well-kept tarmac forest track runs slightly uphill towards the Panoramabahn Rastkopf cable car (in operation during winter only). Under the Panoramabahn lift cable the meadow path continues to the fork in the road. Follow the path to the right and you can easily reach the Kögele mountain hut in around one hour. As you stroll along you’ll be amazed by the diversity and colour of the various meadow flower species! The starting point for this walk can be accessed with Postbus route 4250, Zugspitz Arena bus route 2, or with your own car – parking is available in the Oberdorf car park, 200 metres from the town hall.
Mitteregg nature trail and water games
The nature trail starts at the Wechner snack bar in Metteregg, just ten minutes by car from the Singer. From there, walk for about half an hour on the forest road towards the Suwald meadows before going slightly downhill to the Gröbental. The nature trail provides a fascinating insight into local flora and fauna with fun water features for little walkers at stations along the route. The Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena’s longest wooden ball track is another highlight of this leisurely walk.
Weather permitting, you can discover a 7.5 kilometre sleeping St Bernard! According to legend, the dog came to the Rotlechtal long ago and intended to continue across the Gample but stumbled over the Heiterwand, where he fell into a deep sleep and slowly turned to stone. Look closely at the 7.5-km-long rock and you’ll see the sleeping St Bernard. The main summit at 2,638 metres forms the dog’s head, to the right is the nose and in the middle are the eyes! Parking can be found at Mitteregg centre car park.
From Lermoos/Untergarten on the forest path to the Gartner Alm
From Untergarten car park (between Bichlbach and Lermoos, approximately 12 minutes car journey from the Singer), walk in the direction of Untergarten centre. At Landhaus Mott continue to the Berghof – the starting point for the forest path to the Gartner Alm. The walk takes about an hour. Take a well-deserved break for refreshments when you reach the Gartner Alm – perhaps a rustic Tyrolean Jause?
Enjoy even more walking fun: premium pushchairs with pneumatic tyres and articulated front wheels can be hired from Intersport Leitner in Ehrwald for a smoother journey for you and your little one.
Summer Family Package
08 July to 18 August 2018
- 4 nights indulgence half board
- Family welcome in your room on arrival
- 1 x ascent for the whole family with the Zugspitz cable car
- Boat ride on the Heiterwanger & Plansee lakes
- Mountain scooter tour – fun for the whole family!
From €633 per adult