In July and August children from all over the world play and tinker around in the "Malbuner Rascals" - lovingly looked after for by professional carers; thus providing the opportunity for parents to enjoy mountain biking, tennis or even archery. Teens can get their fill of fun by sidetracking to the Weiherring facility in Mauren for a shot at beach volleyball or a go in the halfpipe - and a good healthy hike is never far away. For those with an eye beyond the Malbun mountain world, the mysterious ruins of the castle Schellenberg invite you to exploration on a trip to the lowlands; a destination that motivates even the youngest to join in the march.
A variety of family hotels around Malbun offer affordable packages. Further information is available from Liechtenstein Tourism.
Just like an arena, the ski slopes encircle the small and pleasing Triesenberg-Malbun winter paradise. Owing to its sheltered location at 1600-meter altitude, the Malbun resort is one of the most snow-sure places in the northern Alps - and the clarity of the area with twenty kilometers of slopes and six lifts gives parents and children alike a sense of security even when the other is out of view. The lifts are within just a few steps from hotels - if not directly accessible on skis.
Moreover, the Steg surroundings and Walser-Maiensass on the threshold to Samina present idyllic spots for cross country enthusiasts; with four different types of best prepared routes for beginners to well advanced cross country fans. Those wishing to gain an idea of what this sport involves are in addition more than welcome at the cross-country skiing school. Night owls get their fill of enjoyment on the illuminated night run (three kilometers); tobogganists on the illuminated Sücka run and snowshoeing and ice-skating also ensure no time for boredom. More palatable fun and the chance to warm up inside is also at hand with plenty of restaurants serving the delicious and heart-warming cheese fondue and raclette dishes.