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Skating rinks are open to all winter sports enthusiasts when the ice is thick enough. Under “Current winter sports information”, you will find all information about the skating rinks’ current state and hours of operation during the winter season.
Whether a quick round on ice skates or ice fun with the whole family. Ice skating, ice hockey or curling - this is part of every winter. The appropriate equipment can also be borrowed.
ATTENTION: snow is no longer being cleared from the Teichalmsee, but a skating rink is available for use free of charge across from the Hotel Teichwirt right next to the lake.
Phone: 0043 (0)3179 / 23000 or 0043 (0)3179 / 7177
3 rinks totalling 3,100 m². Evening skating! Associations and groups can also rent skating rinks and booths. Admission: voluntary donation, no skate rentals, enquiries
Phone: 0043 (0)676 / 60 45 929
Skating & curling, night skating with lighting system, prices: Adults EUR 2.00, children: EUR 1.00 per day, free skate rental, curling stone rental: EUR 2.00, also for groups
Curling on the natural ice surface with 12 rinks
Phone: 0043 (0) 3179 / 85 00 or 0043 (0) 3179 / 23 218
Approx. 300 m², free admission, no skate rentals.
Phone: 0043 (0) 3179 / 23 300 or
Phone: 0043 (0) 3179 / 23 442
Approx. 350 m², restricted use, free admission, no skate rentals.
Mobile: 0043 (0) 676 / 84 01 95 204
Approx. 1,200 m², no skate rentals,
prices: Adults: € 1.50, children: € 1.00, evening skating: € 2.00
Phone: 0043 (0) 664 / 35 43 513
If you are looking for a challenge on the cliffs during the winter months, ice climbing is just the thing for you. A hot tip for exciting ice climbing for beginners and experts is the Tiefenbachgraben in Breitenau/Hochlantsch. A 25-minute climb takes you to the 23 m tall ice fall “Alice” (difficulty around WI 4). A timber scaffolding was built under the waterfall to support the ice so it cannot collapse. Since the water can be diverted, the ice fall also survives warm periods.
There is an additional 18 m tall ice column for learning the basic techniques, and bouldering is offered.
Try this trendy sport under the supervision of a mountain guide. Individual tours and courses available on request.