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Schnitza’s Wood Park

Listed under Visitor Attractions in Salzburg Province, Austria.

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‘Back to the roots’ is the motto of this charmingly old fashioned theme park, where the attractions have all been intricately carved out of wood. This is what Heidi from the mountains dreamed about, a wood maze and climbing frames with hand carved statues at every turn. Giant wooden animals are your guides through the park and once a week ‘Schnitza’ shows off his carving skills in a demonstration. But it’s more than just appealing to the eye, there are classes teaching kids to carve and paint their own hiking stick, Shuttle Bowling, Crazy Golf, puzzles, long jump sand pits and balancing tests.

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