Rabbits, nanny goats, ibexes, wild boars, etc.
A walk through the Alpine game park is approximately, half an hour. The walk begins at the Pfänder mountain house with some children’s favorites; dwarf nanny goats and rabbits.
Immediately after, you can watch a herd of ibexes and see their climbing skills. A little further on you will see the wild boars, the forefathers of our pigs. Next is the mouflon. Mouflons are recognized by their curved horns. The most extensive enclosure is the home to a herd of red deer. In October the deer bellow loudly during the rutting season.
Past the entrance of the former eagle vantage point, you will come to the inhabitants of the last enclosure, the groundhogs. They hibernate from middle of October till the middle of March in their widely branched cave system.
After leaving the last enclosure, you will reach the mountain station, and immediately after the mountain station you will reach the starting point of your walk. Which, of course you can also enjoy– in the opposite direction.
Hungry and thirsty? It’s time for refreshments in the Berghaus Pfänder.
Open all year round during the day. Entry is free.