Lifts open every day from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm until April 6th, 2019.
Alpe Tognola addresses its services to families with kids, providing season after season always more attractions in order to draw not only the youngest visitors but also the adult ones. Discovering our natural territory through play is the purpose of our new Park called “The Alp of the Marmots”, a high altitude theme park open to everyone with free entrance.
Here children can have fun safely, and live physical and sensory experiences on special slides, nets to climb on, balance platforms and culverts to explore following the adventures of the two main characters of the Park, the two Marmots Marco and Martina. The park, designed and realised in collaboration with Pronatour, a german leader company specialized in the realization of sustainable thematic parks and adventures trails, consists of a series of structures which can be disassembled each autumn in view of winter season, such as wooden plays, tunnels, informative signs, but even though the features are removed each September, a further development is expected during the next two summers.
An attraction which completes the offer of Alpe Tognola dedicated to families together with the Rododendro Minipark for the little riders, the high-altitude orienteering routes, the hikes on naturalistic paths which lead to panoramic spots, such as the Dolomites Terrace. In summer 2018 several new structures and features will be added to the Park: come to visit us to discover more!
The thematic park The Alp of the Marmots is open every day during summer season, during the opening hours of the Tognola Gondola Lift. The access is free for all the little and adult guests who will reach Alpe Tognola: enjoy yourself!
Gift cards, package deals, special tickets to skip the queue and reach the top of Alpe Tognola without wasting time during your day on the snow, all-inclusive holiday packages at a special price: discover our online shop and all the products that you can purchase on our website!
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