This is how you instil a love of sophisticated epicurean culture in the little ones: with a three-kilometre themed hike through the vineyards around Zell. The secret of its family-friendly nature also lies in its suitability for prams, with the traces of cat paws marking the way. At the stations you’ll be able to learn some exciting things, such as how the ‘Riwigmännche’ haunts the area on moonlit nights. But it's also about tangible things like dry stone walls, celtic stones or the typical vineyard vegetation. This makes the “Zeller Schwarze Katz” themed trail a formative holiday experience not only for adults.
For fit families, starting from the ‘Schwarze-Katz’ fountain at Zell's town hall, there is another way to reach lofty heights: with the Collis steep trail, which covers 160 metres in altitude over a length of just over one kilometre and thus offers an alpine adrenaline kick. You should allocate roughly half an hour for this climbing pleasure. For the less ambitious, however, there is the option of giving the climbing passages a miss. No matter how you get to your destination: At the top, the Collis Turm, built as early as 1906, beckons with a viewing platform to provide panoramic perspectives that you’ll remember for a long time to come.