A popular destination for families is the fairy-tale hiking trail with a playground for the little ones in Unterach. The trail leads along varied forest tracks past beautiful look out points with stunning panoramic views over the lake and mountains.
You can join little red riding hat when she is visiting her grandmother or sit together with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Scenes from fairy tales accompany the walk and leave the kids to explore their own imagination. It takes about 30 minutes to visit all the fairy tale figures.
the children’s fairy-tale hiking trail is situated between Unterach and Nußdorf - take the B151 to get there.
junction Gasthof Druckerhof (from Nußdorf at the right/from Unterach at the left) - adwarf is showing the way – after some hundred meters there is a small parking lot – about 100 m uphill along the road – entrance to the “Märchenwanderweg”
junction Egelsee (from Nußdorf at the right/from Unterach at the left) - a dwarf is showing the way – follow the road for about 1 km – pass the fire department – at left there is a small parking lot directly at the entrance to the “Märchenwanderweg”
This is a beautiful hiking trail for the whole family with fairy-tale figures, a playground and viewpoints of the Attersee (Lake Attersee).
Who wouldn't like to accompany Little Red Riding Hood on her way to visit her grandmother, share the table with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs or watch Mother Hulda shaking out her bed? You will learn about all these fairy tales and many others figures on the Fairy Tale Trail in Unterach on the shore of Lake Attersee.
The trail winds through a diversified landscape of forests and is perfect for families with children. In about 30 minutes we dive into the world of fairy tales and fantasies. While the kids admire the fairy tale figures or play on the playground, parents can enjoy the beautiful view of Lake Attersee and the Höllengebirge ("Mountains of hell").
To return to the trail head, simply follow the same route back.
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