Be aware that the cable car ride/train ride is kind of costly. For 2 adults and a child above 6, it was E103.00 It was fun, though. I would strongly suggest wearing hiking boots, as you can climb out and have your pic taken at the top. Also, there is a place at stop #1 that you can slide down on the snow for free. (Good footwear would have had me doing a lot more of it!) You may be able to buy your tickets through them at a better rate or get a group together and get a discount??? I think someone told me that their (adult) ticket was $58.00 There are hiking trails on the mountains. Be aware that when you get to the top, you should secure your ticket to go down THEN. We didn't know it and would have had to wait 3 hours in order to get down on the train, so we went down the trolley instead, which wasn't as fun for the kids.
Use their sheets as guides, but you can do most of the trips on your own for much cheaper. There's also a couple of things that they advertise, like the frozen caveman tour, that you could do on your way there or your way back. That one was pretty pricey, too, but if you're into that kind of stuff...
There are parasailing classes that they offer as well through Alpine Adventures. The class takes 4 days to complete. They offer lots of other classes as well.
Kids Night Out is for ages 5-12 and costs 30 or 50 bucks. I don't remember b/c we didn't do it. They also offer a class in the daytime. Meal is included.
I wouldn't recommend your attending the Passion Play, as it is 6 hours long, and completely in German. (Of course.) They give a new spin on it by making Judas out to be a sympathetic character who is more like a victim of circumstance. The town, however, is just way too cute to not visit!
Hope this info helps. If you'd like to connect with us, we just got back a few weeks ago and have their brochures, etc. We're at 629-5777