The puzzle ring was conceived and developed by a proven team that featured Daniel Nikolaus Kocher and Daniela Egger, who collaborated on the Green Ring in the past. Together, the young sculptor from Tirol and the writer from Bregenz invented the mythical creatures and other strange phenomena that are featured on the trail to the delight of puzzle detectives. That the puzzles are equally difficult for young and old to crack, that the tasks can be solved with climbing, fishing, kicking, turning and pumping, and that one never knows what will come next.... all these factors ensure that participants can ascend the mere few metres uphill with joy, even with small children. The workbook also has a lot to offer because it inevitably looks a lot different once the hiking trail has been completed. That’s because it has to be painted, torn, stamped and much worse, if participants want to find out the puzzle keyword. All this makes it a true ‘work’ book.
While adults rest on the terrace with a view of the valley below, junior detectives can seek out new adventures at the spacious water playground. One can only hope that parents have thought to bring well-worn clothes for children to wear because kids are happiest when they can play, romp and get down and dirty in the great outdoors as they let their imaginations run wild.
Fantastic offers for families in Lech Zürs
Summertime in the mountains of Lech Zürs has now taken on an entirely new dimension thanks to the Green Ring. But now with the "Grüner Rätsel-Ring" (Green Puzzle Ring), families with small children can also look forward to hiking experiences of the rarest kind. Nature, literature and art mixed with a pinch of excitement and challenge - the experiences of success will be remembered fondly long into the future. Alternatively, the whole family can move on and explore the Arlenzauberweg trail.