Head up the Harschbichl gondola in St. Johann and you’ll find the Kletterwald Hornpark. It’s a massive complex of multiple high ropes courses that encompasses 88 obstacles overall – more than enough to keep you entertained! There are bridges, ladders, hanging stirrups and loads more; one of the ziplines even dangles you 210m above a lovely lake.
As you’d expect, they adhere to safety regulations rigorously – enjoying the courses in a safe fashion is a top priority. On top of that, the management like to ensure that they protect the beautiful natural environment that you’ll be having fun in. They’re careful not to damage any of the trees of harm the eco-system in any way.
Hervé Chayrou Hornweg 21 6380 St. Johann in Tirol Austria
Get involved with some adventure trips in the Tirol area. Outdoor Planet has loads on offer, like caving, Via Ferrata and trekking. Canyoning’s a great laugh too and white-water rafting is always terrific. If that’s what you’re into you’ll love the trip they offer that combines both water sports into one excursion. They’ve got loads of trips that are tailored towards different groups, like a family group, or even one for stag parties!
Magerbach 4a A - 6425 Haiming Austria
Looking for a fun summer activity during your summer stay in Ellmau? The KaiserBad sports centre has a huge Outdoor pool which is brilliant for the whole family on hot sunny days! The pool has slides and water jets and there’s also space to lie down and soak up the sunshine! KaiserBad also has a children's play area and a beach volleyball court. This isn’t only somewhere to go on good weather days – there’s a lot more to do indoors, where you will find another swimming pool, tennis and squash sports courts, a climbing wall and wellness facilities!
Wimm 1, 6352 Ellmau Austria
Quellfisch is a massive (15,000m squared) fishing lake in the Kufstein area. It’s a great place to practice your cast – there’s even a fly fishing specific area. The pond is stocked with various species of trout (rainbow, brook and lake, for example). If you’re with people learning to fish – especially children – they might appreciate a few casts in the purpose built family fishing ponds. For young kids there’s a playground to mess around on.
One of the best things about the fishing pond is its bistro and lakeside terrace. Grab a bite to eat and relax – try the smoked trout, caught right on-site. You can take your catch with you at the end of the day and cook it up when you get back to your accommodation. From March to November the pond opens at about 8:30am and shuts at 6:00pm – unless the weather’s really unpleasant.
Josef Oberhauser Fischteich Schwendt Kohlentalstrasse 12 A-6385 Schwendt Austria
If you are staying in or around Ellmau this summer, pay a visit to the excellent golf course in the area! This is a state of the art, excellently looked after large golf course set in an absolutely beautiful landscape.
One of the most popular places to play golf in Austria, Golfclub Wilder Kaiser offers 3 challenging nine hole courses which can be played individually or combined in a 18 or 27 hole golf course. The golf club also has a driving range, putting green, pitching green, chipping green and practice bunker.
Golf lessons are available here for beginners or developing technique.
Dorf 2, A-6352 Ellmau Austria
The Lipizzaner horses of Stanglwirt Riding School are beautiful creatures, they’re powerful and white – perfect for capturing the attention of anyone interested in horse riding. The school offer a wide choice of courses, some levelled at beginners who are new in the saddle, while others are more to do with developing the skills of experienced riders.
The school’s at the bottom of the Wilder Kaiser so it’s positioned excellently for a trip up into the mountains. Exploring those captivating views on the back of one of these marvelous animals is a fantastic way to spend a day.
Kaiserweg 1, A-6353 Going am Wilden Kaiser Austria
The Tiroler Fischereiverband’s in charge of fishing in the Tirol area; that means they provide licences and look into the best spots. Contact them for loads of info on where to cast your hook; you’ll find Wels catfish and pike in some of the lakes, as well as trout and salmon in the rivers and streams. There are loads of other fish around, including plenty of carp and graylings. The waters around here are a great place to try out fly fishing, if you haven’t before and in fact the board run courses teaching young people the basics of the sport.
Tiroler Fischereiverband Ing. Etzel Straße 63-65 6020 Innsbruck Austria
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