The gyro track is a balancing exercise for little ones. Pine tree trunks are spaced far apart and anchored to the ground in a spiral shape, decorated with images of the local mountain livestock. The gap between the trunks is bridged with shorter posts, on which are engraved the footprints of local animals. A fixed rope serves as a balancing aid from one trunk to another.
With the climbing frame, children will feel they are scrambling through a mountain giant's log pile. The large wooden logs seem to be laid out at random in a heap, but in fact are stable and secure. This creates a woodpile over which even little ones can scramble without hesitation as the mood takes them. TÜV certified and secured with nets, every tree trunk remains rooted in place.
In the Alpine hut world, wooden towers are connected by climbing ropes and a range of different slides.
The basic idea during development was to integrate the playground into the mountain forest as much as possible. The individual sections nestle directly up against the edge of the forest, giving children the feeling they are in the middle of the forest.
A suspension bridge, net tunnel and crawl tunnels connect the individual towers, and to top it all off the youngsters dash towards the valley on a double zip line 25 metres in length, while parents enjoy refreshments in the adjacent Kolbensattelhütte. And of course there are the usual playground classics like the see-saw, sandpit and swings.