At the mountain station of the Grafenbergbahn in Wagrain is a real adventure land for children and families. The Lake Grafenberg alone offers several exciting attractions. For example, you can cross the reservoir on a raft or test your balance on the suspension bridge. The Archimedean spiral, on the other hand, leaves little explorers amazed.
The Hachau slide and the low ropes course at the other end of the lake are something for brave kids, and the bouldering wall, the giant rope pyramid and the swing forest are also stations that adventurous children should not miss under any circumstances. Those who need to cool off in between should stop at the Hachau water and Wagraini's water games. At the barefoot trail, visitors big and small can feel how different floor materials feel, and at the photo point there is a souvenir photo of the exciting day at Wagrainis Grafenberg. Other highlights include a petting zoo, a bouncy cushion and the little farm.
The new attraction at Wagrainis Grafenberg is the KUHbidu Adventure Trail, which provides an exciting insight into regional livestock and dairy farming. The information is conveyed in such a way that children become really curious and are eager to solve the puzzle game.
How to get there
The Grafenbergbahn takes you quickly and safely to the Grafenberg in Wagrain.
Address of the Grafenbergbahn valley station:
Arriving by car:
- From Salzburg via the A10 Tauern Motorway to the Pongau / Bischofshofen junction, continue on Pinzgauer Straße / B311 to the St. Johann - Nord / Wagrain / Kleinarl exit - follow Wagrainerstraße B163 to Wagrain.
- Coming from Zell am See on Pinzgauer Straße / B311 to the St. Johann - Nord / Wagrain / Kleinarl exit - follow Wagrainerstraße B163 to Wagrain.
In Wagrain, next to the church, turn right towards Kleinarl. The Grafenbergbahn is located on the right-hand side after around 300m. Sufficient free parking spaces are also available there.
Nearby train stations:
- St. Johann im Pongau
From there, buses run regularly to Wagrain