Hiking with Kids in Kirchberg/Tirol
Children can be quite ambitious when it comes to hiking. For the youngest, all chosen trails should be child-friendly - with a child's first steps every straw and stone can be quite the adventure. When they are 5 or 6 years old, kids tend to seek more action and not only a view. Thus, you should prepare your hike with children carefully beforehand. Your preparations will vary depending on age.
Preparations for your holidays with children
Hiking with Baby Buggy
If your child is still in a baby buggy, you should prepare your excursion and check suitable places and trails beforehand. Of course we are happy to help you with your plans. Also consider sun protection - your hiking trail may be located 2.000 metres above sea level - the sun is much stronger within such an altitude. Consider a sun shade or a sun hat.
Excursion goals for hikes with baby buggy
In order to enjoy your day with your baby buggy, we have listed three of the most famous hiking trails for you below:
Juppis magic forest and Lauser land at the Alpachtal
Alpine hut hike from Aschau via the Spertental to the Labalm
Hiking trails/walking routes for smaller children
With its first steps, a child does not like the baby buggy anymore. When everything along the hiking trail becomes an adventure, you will need easy and child-friendly trails in Kirchberg and the surrounding area.
Rheintalersee round trip
Moor & More - themed hike St. Johann
Exciting excursions and adventure hikes for children
in Kirchberg and the surrounding area
Adventure hikes in Kirchberg/Tirol and the surrounding area will also provide much fun for older kids during your hikes!
Hexenwasser in Söll
Climbing Park Hornwald in St. Johann
Triassic Park at the Steinplatte
Safety Tipps when hiking with kids
Generally, children should adhere to the same safety rules as adults. Depending on age, however, parents should take additional safety measure and consider their child's individual physical condition, when planning a hiking trip. What do you have to keep in mind when using a kip/a carrier? These and more questions ar answered within our "safe hiking in Kirchberg" site.