From the mountain station, things really get going. The circular trail is 2.5 km long, but the kids don't notice the distance. Because they run up and whizz down again on the slides. And again! Halfway up the trail, we stop for refreshment at the new organic Lumberjack Mountain restaurant. The concept here is quite unique: fresh vegetables and fresh herbs come from their own garden, the processed food is organic and regional, the food hall is worth seeing. But the children have no eyes for that, they ride on the go-karts, slide and play outside. It didn't matter that the sun wasn't shining. But you'll hear more about this great restaurant later ??
We take the hiking trail back through the forest. As of this summer 2021, there has been a low-ropes and climbing area there. I'm telling you, what looks so easy for the children is not so easy. The ropes wobble and the tyres tip upwards. How exactly do the children manage to simply climb through these obstacles?