Hexenwasser Theme Park

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Hexenwasser theme park Söll

Marvel – Grasp – Understand

As an environmentally responsible natural attraction, the Hexenwasser Mountain Adventure World in Söll, Tirol has delighted both children and adults for over ten years. Proceed to more than 60 stations over grass, bark mulch, massaging stones & flowing waters along Austria's longest barefoot path.

ATTENTION: CONSTRUCTION WORKS ONGOING!

The Hexenwasser Mountain Adventure World will open from 11 July 2020.

Due to construction works for the new adventure gondola in Söll, the Hexenwasser will only be accessible from Hopfgarten until 31 July 2020.

Ascent: Salvenbahn I and II up to the Hohe Salve. Return to the valley via Hohe Salve cable car to Söll or on foot down to Hochsöll.

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Don’t forget your swimwear!

Ready to cool down? The Hexenwasser in Söll boasts scores of refreshingly fun water stations. Don’t forget your swimwear, sunscreen and a second set of clothes!

Important information

How do I get to the Hexenwasser?

The Hexenwasser is easily and quickly accessible via the Hochsöll adventure gondola. Best of all, the 10-passenger gondola lift is both pram and wheelchair accessible.

ATTENTION: CONSTRUCTION WORKS ONGOING Due to the construction work for the new adventure gondola in Söll, the Witches' Water will only be accessible from Hopfgarten until 31st July 2020. Please take the Salvenbahn I and II from Hopfgarten to the Hohe Salve. Afterwards, you can either walk to the Witches' Water or take the Hohe Salve cable car to Hochsöll (Hexenwasser).

The Witches' Water Mountain Adventure World and the surrounding inns/mountain restaurants in Hochsöll will nevertheless open from 11 July.

How much does it cost to visit the Hexenwasser?

For the ascent with the Hochsöll adventure cable car to the Hexenwasser, SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental tariffs apply. Please note that from 11 to 31 July 2020, the Hexenwasser is only accessible via the Hohe Salve mountain with the Salvenbahn I and II (Hopfgarten) and the Hohe Salve (Söll) cable cars.

What do I do if it rains?

Witches send us rain, not so we refrain. But instead to entertain, just as preordained! With weatherproof clothing in your backpack, experience the best that the Hexenwasser has to offer. During your unforgettable daytrip, visit the AmVieh Theater to enjoy a unique barnyard experience. Get to know the cows and learn all there is to know about grazing animals. During your visit, learn about the important relationship between man and cows.

If you prefer to stay indoors, we recommend theBlaue Wunder (blue wonder) indoor facility, which playfully explores the secrets and mysteries of water. Experiment with the "source of all life" and explore its special features. Alternatively, get a taste of everyday life in an Alpine pasture by visiting the 400-year-old Simonalm mountain pasture, where you can, among other things, experience old kitchen traditions by making your own butter, grinding grain and making bread dough. New for 2020 summer season, learn about how earlier generations decorated their homes at the Hexerei (Witchcraft) workshop. Join the witches and work, cook, sew and perform magic in the old rooms of the farmhouse.

For those keen to reach new heights, take the Hohe Salve cable car to the top of the Hohe Salve mountain and visit Austria’s highest pilgrimage church, the Salvenkirchlein. From 1,829 m elevation, enjoy impressive views of the surrounding mountains and over 70 three thousand metre peaks!

Can I bring my dog?

More often than not, dogs become bewitched by the witches! Who knows, you might just come home with a guinea pig or a fish instead! But worry not, this won’t happen if you keep your dog on a lead and always take good care of him. Please take care not to let your dog into the water and to remove doggie droppings. Luckily, the Hexenwasser Söll offers dedicated bathing areas for dogs.

What should I know about group tours?

If you would like to visit the Hexenwasser as a group or school class, please contact the Bergbahn Söll in advance to register. For the contact form for school/kindergarten, Hexenwasser tours, bus groups children's birthday parties, information on current opening hours, guided tours and prices, please check here.

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Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll

Location and getting here

Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll

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