Thrilling fun can be found spread over 3 floors inside the wooden bear. In addition to a crawling tunnel, playhouse and a magic mirror, there is also a climbing wall and many other attractions. Those who have enough of playing and climbing, can simply leave the Giant Pepi per slide.
The second highlight at Penkenjoch: Pepis Klettergarten, a large low ropes course for children, teenagers and adults. You do not have to secure yourself, but you can prove your skills at a low altitude above the ground. 30 different elements run up and down the terrain and invite young and old to prove their climbing skills.
In addition to Pepis Kinderland and Pepis Klettergarten, we are now going high up in Pepis Schaukelparadies! There are six different swings to choose from. Try them all and find your favourite! One thing is for sure: No matter which swing, swinging far through the air is possible with every single one and the surrounding peaks seem to be almost near enough to touch!
Pepi the bear awaits all young and old guests with indoor and outdoor play area!
Swing through the air on 6 different swings and be almost close enough to touch the surrounding mountain peaks.
Test your skills at low altitude: finding the right balance in the low ropes course is not always easy!
The Granatkapelle is a chapel, known as a place of contemplation and silence. The architectural gem can easily be reached by walking along the reservoir.
Top station 8er Finkenberg
From Finkenberg you can take a leisurely gondola ride over 2 sections to the Penkenjoch and start in the middle of Pepi's mountain summer.