THE EXPLORER’S TRAIL
Mysterious tree house poses a real puzzle
What happened in Ladis?
A mysterious tree house and the strange appearance of larger-than-life animals and plants have led to a major investigation being launched in part of a wood near the little village of Ladis. Plans are now in place to send out children’s search parties from the start of summer to investigate the area surrounding the tree house and to find an explanation for these puzzling occurrences.
At the start the children only know that a mysterious tree house has been discovered in the wood. On the way to the tree house they have to acquire the skills of a trapper to solve many tasks and deal with lots of adventures. They encounter giant snails, see the world from the perspective of an ant, have to recognise animal tracks and touch and feel animal skins in order to close in on the tree house. The tree house which the youngsters eventually discover is probably everything a child could wish for and testifies to the inventive mind of an eccentric scientist.
The adventure starts here...
Above from Ladis there is the Explorer's Trail. If you are in Ladis just follow the Wasserwanderweg, which starts near the village fountain straight at the large waterwheel. On the Wasserwanderweg you will find the entrance.
From Fiss you go from the car parking area of the cable cars in the direction of the Sägegasse. Follow the marks to the Falterjöchl. From here it is only a short walk to the start of the Explorer's Trail.
Another starting point is the Wolfsee in Fiss. Past the Indian village to the restaurant Weiberkessl.
Follow the marks from here to the entrance portal.
difference in altitude
|from Ladis about 1-2 hours
from Fiss about 2,5-3 hours
about 170 m
above Ladis (follow the marks in the village)
from Fiss: Car parking area at the cable cars - Sägegasse - Falterjöchl or from the Wolfsee to the Indian village and the restaurant Weiberkessl