An alpine family experience at 2,350 metres above sea level
“I found something!” This loud and cheerful exclamation can be heard high above Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis. At the Georama Lassida surrounding Lassida mountain restaurant, everything revolves around stones, minerals and fossils – all of which are testament to the Alps’ geological past. With a shovel in their hand, both little and grown-up scientists can go on a journey of exploration at the excavation area. Fun, excitement and lots of new knowledge to take home with you guaranteed!
The fascinating world of fossils and stones
The Georama Lassida at 2,350 metres above sea level opens a window to the world of geology and archaeology for all explorers and hobby scientists. Various fossils are hidden at the giant excavation area made of sand. Equipped with a shovel and a hand brush, the mission is to find them. That’s how searching for fossils becomes a true adventure for the whole family!
Stone balls - The adventure companions
Small, colourful and round: Stone balls made from natural materials are constant companions at the interactive Georama Lassida adventure area. The little stone marbles are available at the “stone dispenser” in the entrance area and play a role at various play stations.
The Motor Skills Trail
Agility, flexibility and balance: that’s what you need on the Motor Skills Trail. The cleverly devised course amidst a stunning Alpine scenery is lots of fun for kids.
Good to know: The Motor Skills Trail leads you around Lassida restaurant and ends on the amazing rooftop terrace of the restaurant – perfect for a relaxing break!
Pleasure and relaxation at the Alpine garden and earth's crevice
While kids can joyously bolt across the Motor Skills Trail and admire their archaeological excavations, parents can get cosy. Numerous relaxation stations offer breathtaking panoramic views of the Tyrolean mountains.
And the best part: Lassida mountain restaurant with its cosy interior and spacious sun deck can be found in close proximity. Hosts treat their guests to various delicacies from heaty Tyrolean cuisine to wood-oven pizza. And who can say no to delicious homemade ice cream afterwards?
During the summer season (Please note the operating times of the cable cars)
daily from 22 June until 13 October 2024
from 8.30am to 4.30pm
Entrance free of charge.