Schmidolin's dragon fire

Climbing, scrambling, rocking or sliding – on the Play Tower known as Schmidolin’s dragon fire it simply cannot ever get boring. Guests young and old, big and little scrabble up the climbing wall or through the net tunnel, enjoy the splendid views from the 10-meter high panorama tower or peek through the telescopic lens to see what awaits them at the next station, the dragon’s Cave. Then down you go, via the slide, and after rumbling and tumbling about, the nest-swing offers pure relaxation and quietness again.


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