Wo-Bä-Lu Caching in Fiss
This summer, the Caching Park app will be extended by the new Wolf-Bear-Lynx Cache ("Wo-Bä-Lu" in German). The starting point is the tourist information office in Fiss, where you can find everything you need to know about the cache on an information board. The new GPS-guided treasure hunt can be regarded as a "tribute" to the animals that used to be indigenous to the high plateau. The cache leads you out to the Wolfsee lake area, where young and old alike can follow in the tracks of the four-legged original inhabitants. They will rummage in a bear cave, sneak through lynx territory and explore the wolves’ den on their own initiative. After their successful day, assiduous geo-cachers will in turn receive their reward in the form of a lapel pin at the Fiss tourist information office.
Bear Caching Park Serfaus
The new and interactive adventure park for elder kids is a transfer of the Geocaching into a playful form. At the beginning you download an App with free WIFI to your smartphone, and then off you go. Your screen shows you your current position and your next target on an aerial photo. At every station you receive new codes to type into your smartphone. The goal is to follow the tracks of Mr Petz to finally find the secret of the mysterious Bear treasure.
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Interactive Village Tour Ladis
Discover the history of Ladis and go on a search with your children for the treasure of Knight Albrecht - the last knight of Laudeck. At the start, an app is loaded onto your smartphone via free WIFI. Your current location and next destination (cache) are shown on an aerial photo on the display. Codes leading you to the next destination are entered at every station. Explore the rich history of Ladis and reveal the secret of Albrecht's treasure.
Gold Cache Högsee
The Gold Cache leads treasure hunters to the Högsee lake reservoir. According to legend, this cache was formed during a violent storm in the mountains. The storm not only washed away the hut of Johannes the dairyman, but also carried off a milk churn. This was the churn in which Johannes had been saving his money. Hit by lightning, the milk churn flew through the air and the hard-earned gold coins were scattered in all directions. When the storm was over, Johannes the dairyman and his dog Bari set out to search for the gold coins... Today, bold holiday pirates set out from the Högsee lake landing stage in a pedalo equipped with an underwater telescope to look for the lost coins.