Danusa fox adventure trail
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The Danusa-Fuchs adventure trail "The vanished starry sky" makes children's eyes shine. At various posts, they help the animals collect the missing stars.
The Danusa-Fuchs adventure trail starts at the Schwänzelegg inn and leads across meadows, gravel and forest paths from post to post. Flanked by fairy tale panels and large wooden sculptures, the children learn the story of the Danusa fox and his friends, solve tasks at various posts and help the animals collect the missing stars.
A little introduction to the adventure trail:
Danusa Fox and the "Disappeared Starry Sky"
The animal lovers and the little witch Flurina have known each other since childhood. They hide in the forest, play funny tricks on the alpine shepherd, romp through the snow in winter or swap poles for skiers. Your world is all right.
But for some time now, Flurina has had to work at home because her family no longer wants to do witchcraft. She collects medicinal herbs, weeds in the garden, every day there is something different to do. When the little witch comes home tired from the market one day, she sees her animal friends fooling around in the Älplisee. This annoys the little witch very much and trudges away angrily.
When she sees the blooming monkshood at the Tüüfried, the little witch hatches evil. The disaster takes its course...
Plan a real family day and combine the adventure trail with a visit to the Grüsch-Danusa playground with many great attractions. Connoisseurs can expect a unique 360-degree panorama at 1,800 m above sea level and the Berghaus Schwänzelegg with warm hospitality.
By public transport to Grüsch and then on to Grüsch, Danusa. From the Grüsch valley station, the cable car takes you directly to the Schwänzelegg mountain station.
Motorway A13 to Landquart, exit no. 14, then 7km in the direction of Davos to Grüsch. From the Grüsch valley station, the cable car takes you directly to the Schwänzelegg mountain station.
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