Free children's and youth programme in summer at the Krallerhof

Children's & youth programme in summer

Fun and entertainment for young guests

Children from 2 1/2 years can enjoy numerous attractions and games in Krallis Kids Club. But that's not all, of course the Krallerhof - Children's Programme also sets out to explore nature:

  • Adventure hikes with camp-fire and BBQ.
  • Water fun with dam building
  • Summer tobogganing at the Asitz
  • Feeding animals in the petting zoo and children's horse-riding
  • Forest playground
  • Picnic in the wilderness and much more

For older kids and teenagers, there is a specially put together and extended youth programme with lots of action and excitement when

  • Climbing
  • Quad riding
  • Rafting and kayak
  • Bike tours,...

Young sportspeople can also use their holidays in the Krallerhof to learn a new sport. Children's courses for tennis, golf and horse-riding are on offer.

The "Krallerhof Pamper Package" does not included any additional costs for services such as rafting or climbing. Please ask our staff for further information.

The Krallerhof "All-Included-Package"

In summer, children supervision and the youth programme are free all day long. A tip: The combination of "Krallerhof Pamper Package", free child and youth supervision and the special family offers make family holidays at the Krallerhof in Salzburg County not only unforgettable, but also especially economical:

  • All-day catering with breakfast, lunch buffet, afternoon snacks, dinner
  • Ice cream, hiking snack, cake and selected non-alcoholic beverages from the buffet.
  • Mountain bikes, squash, tennis, table tennis
  • One free trip a day up the Asitz – the family day trip destination with fun hiking trail, Senses Adventure Park, summer tobogganing
  • A voucher for a Hiking taxi for the whole family
  • Guided hikes several times a week

Krallerhof playground
Krallerhof playground
New funcourt
New funcourt
Fun in our pools
Fun in our pools
Summer holidays at the Krallerhof
Summer holidays at the Krallerhof
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