The four Gada (converted garbage huts of the municipality of Safiental) all present themselves individually and encourage discovery. Gada, blown away by the wind, stands diagonally in the landscape and is equipped with various wind chimes. At the water Gada a versatile water feature provides fun and through the inside completely yellow Sonna Gada can be climbed into a Sonnenkobel. In the Härd Gada, the children can sneak through the corridors like in a marmot den, "sändele" and communicate with their parents outside via a pipe telephone. Classic components such as swings, double slides and climbing elements are also not missing, but are supplemented by funny new inventions, such as a pine cone throwing system. There is also a fire pit, a large shelter and a composting toilet.
From Tenna Mitti (post bus stop) the natural play area can be reached in about 20 minutes.
The journey takes place via Versam to the junction Tenna. From there, the winding road leads up to Tenna. People with walking difficulties are allowed to drive directly to the playroom, there is a disabled parking space.
Parking is available free of charge a few meters after the church in the direction of Ausserberg.
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