Bears, deer, lynx, wolves and vultures are just some of the more impressive animals you can see at this outdoor wildlife park. In total they have around 100 European species of wild animals here. The 42 hectares of woodlands are strewn with huge rocks from the 1806 landslide, making it a spectacular, yet peaceful place. The animals are contained in generously ample enclosures, but some such as the sika deer and wild mouflon sheep can be fed and even touched. When you wander through the park you might also meet rangers tending to or feeding the animals (check the daily feeding times on the board at the entrance), but should you get hungry yourself several barbecue spots with grills and tables are available, as well as a restaurant. A number of exhibtions are on offer including one about the reintroduction of bearded vultures in Switzerland and another dedicated to bears and wolves. Whatever you do, don't forget to climb the 30m-high wooden tower for a perfect view of the park. Part of the park, to a limited extent, is wheelchair accessible, but you'll probably need help every now and again. An electric scooter is available for guests with mobility issues (reservation recommended). Dogs are not allowed.
Open 09:00 - 18:00. From Nov to March daily 09:00 - 17:00
20/10Sfr, family tickets 55Sfr.