Exiting game stations await Burmi's miniature fans and their parents.
Climbing, playing and just having fun at this path along Breitach river. Exciting stations await little holidaymakers. Here they can master movement and coordination challenges at nine play and activity stations. Enjoy the tranquillity, the soothing noise of the stream or a relaxed few hours at the open-air BBQ area.
Pick up Burmi puzzles at the Tourist Office and win great Burmi prizes at the final draw.
Kleinwalsertal Tourismus eGen
Best time of year
140 Alpine Emergencies Austria wide
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Hiking trails, huts and attractions can also be found in the nature adventure map, which can be purchased at the tourist office in Hirschegg.
Hirschegg (1063 m)
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The walk starts in Hirschegg right after the "Leitobelbrücke". You can reach the entrance within 15 minutes coming from Hirschegg. Walk down Dürenbodenstraße and Leitobelweg. You can't miss the entrance, there is a big sign. Just a few steps into the path there is already the first station. Now just follow the path, there are no ascents. About half way there is a BBQ spot. The last 10 minutes of the way you have to climb a rather steep ascent. If you want to avoid that you can just walk the path the other way round.
Public transport friendly
Leave the car where it is!
Take the Walserbus line 1 and get off in Hirschegg at bus stop "Walserhaus" (if you are going the other way round get of at "Riezlern Kanzelwandbahn")
Most routes from Germany lead to Ulm before carrying on along the A7. Take the Allgäu junction over a section of the A980 to the Waltenhofen junction, then take the 4- lane B19 via Sonthofen and Oberstdorf to Kleinwalsertal. From Austria (Vorarlberg) and Switzerland you reach the Kleinwalsertal via the Bregenzerwald (Hittisau) – Riedbergpass – Fischen – Oberstdorf. From Tyrol the fastest route is over the A7 to Kempten carrying on along the B19 direction Oberstdorf. A motorway vignette is not required to reach the valley.
A parking area (fee required) is located at the Walserhaus in Hirschegg (or in Riezlern at the Kanzelwandbahn)