Children's parks at Obereggen
Between Bruno, Yeti and a snow house
Little ski fans listen up! The 'Kinderländer', or areas specially for children, in Obereggen provide little ones with the best winter entertainment: get to know and love winter to the full thanks to taster courses, fun and games.
'Brunoland' by Mila, mountain milk from South Tyrol
'Brunoland', with a 30-metre and 50-metre-long conveyor belt, a children's roundabout, a snow cat, a snow tunnel, a tubing run, bouncy castle and snow waves, is located at the valley cable car terminal, on the flat piste to be precise. Every day, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., kids can let off steam here – and there are exciting games in store on Mondays and Wednesdays: treasure hunts, snow parties, tours of discovery with the ski instructor, face-painting sessions and taster courses in balloon modelling – Bruno the Bear himself will also pay a visit between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.!
Guests staying at hotels affiliated to Val d’Ega tourist board can enter 'Kinderland' free of charge with the 'Brunoland' Pass, too.
'Miniclub' will keep children from the ages of 3 to 9 years old entertained until 4 p.m.. They can play, and, of course, ski! Or at least have a go at it, as would-be skiers can attend a taster ski course. This means that parents can flit down the blue, red and black pistes while the little ones are taken perfect care of in 'Miniclub'.
'Yeti' children's park
Slightly bigger ones – 4 years and upwards – are bound to have lots of fun in the snow at the 'Yeti' park! This park may only be entered accompanied by a ski instructor. It features a conveyor belt, a piste with a variety of levels of steepness and different routes – beginner skiers will not stay beginners for long!
Kids of between 3 and 4 years of age are welcome in the snow house! An educational programme specially drawn up by ski instructors at Obereggen will help train the motor skills that little snow speedsters need for skiing thanks to a variety of games and stories.