Frozen forest ponds and mirror-smooth mountain lakes in the Tyrolean Oberland make up the setting for skating friends around the sunny slope. We have put together the most beautiful places for you. Between children's laughter and silence perfect for being romantic, but also for serious training "on ice".
Skating, playing ice hockey or curling a few minutes by car from the sunny slope. In winter the fish pond on the Pillerhöhe freezes to the skating address for the whole family.
In the fairy-tale setting of the castle Laudegg you run into Ladis ice skate. In the evening, the Burgsee and the old walls are romantically lit.
In the resort of See, the local bathing pond turns into a skating rink for young and old in cold temperatures. The local ice master checks the ice texture daily and takes care of the safety of all visitors.
Tyrol's most picturesque skating rink is located in the Ötztal above Sautens. Fir forests line steep banks, between whose sides the ice surface spans freely and lightly. You turn your rounds on a 2 km long and 8 meters wide natural ice rink, the mighty Acherkogel in view. Also open to winter hikers and, we promise, a feast for the mind.
Welcome to the largest skating rink in Val Venosta. 6 kilometers long and 1 kilometer wide is the Reschensee, with its sunken village at the turning point of North and South Tyrol. When it is cold enough, a thick layer of ice forms on its surface. More like enough space for pirouettes, ice hockey, snowkiting and ice skating. Speed skaters take on a regularly prepared speed skating track sporty ride on.
If the natural ice skating rinks around the sunny slope are not passable due to weather conditions, Imst sports center offers a reliable alternative. The artificial ice rink Imst is open from November to the beginning of March.