Juppi´s treasure hunt is considered an easy multi-cache. The seven family friendly locations are distributed along a 3 km long route through Reith im Alpbachtal. How long you take depends entirely on you - from 2 hours to all day, each location is of special interest or beauty.
To find the treasure you need to find the destination coordinate. At each location you will find an indication bringing you closer to your goal! This SUMMER CACHE ist open from June - October
The SILVERSTAR hunt is considered an intermediate multi-cache. The seven stations lead along a circular hiking trail in Alpbach over approx. 4 km and 270 HM, past mysterious places where a plane crashed in 1944. How long you take depends entirely on you. Normally, you can cover the distance in a comfortable 1.5 hours. However, you should allow yourself a little more time for the game.
This SUMMER CACHE ist open from June - October
ALPBACHER HEIMATWEG is a moderately difficult multi-cache. The seven "caches" along a circular hiking trail of approx. 4.5 km and 200 m elevation lead through beautiful scenery. Information boards give an insight into the life of the Alpbach people then and now. Normally you can complete this tour in 2.5 hours. However, you should allow a little more time for the treasure hunt.
SPURLOS IM ALPBACHTAL is considered an easy multi-cache. The eight stations are distributed along the approx. 4 km long route from Alpbach to Inneralpbach, past beautiful farms and locations of the Wildbach TV series. Normally you can cover this distance in a leisurely 1.5 hours. But you should allow more time for the game. The quickest way back is by bus 4074, which leaves every hour and takes you back to the village centre in ten minutes.
A secret tip for anyone in search of tranquility is the idyllic Lake Berglstein – hidden between Kramsach and Breitenbach. Find the cache hidden somewhere around the lake. Tip: the hike to Lake Berglstein il ideal for families. From the Reintalersee Mitte car park (parking fees apply) follow the "Leichter-Lernen" trail, which leads directly to the lake.
The Egon Schiele Cache is well worth the trip. Following a short walk, the treasure can be logged and afterwards you can enjoy the view over Rattenberg. This cache follows in the footsteps of a great Austrian artist. If you find the cache, you can also see the painting that Egon Schiele created in 1917. The cache is accessible around the clock, but the viewpoint on the Schlossberg is only accessible from 8:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m.