Skating in your family holidays
Mountainous and hilly landscapes used to be a nightmare for in-line skaters, but now theses terrains are an absolute highlight. There are special in-line skates for going uphill. Short and long bursts of momentum come one after the other and provide the ultimate feeling of speed, physical control and outdoor experience. The name of this style, like the movement itself, is reminiscent of skiing. Alpine skating includes disciplines such as slalom, RTL, Super G and slope. Non-skiers can learn the winter sport technique and skiers are practically advanced freewheelers.
We offer in-line skating courses for absolute beginners where they can learn the technique. You can simply borrow skates and protective gear from the sportcamp and have a go. Ask our guides for tips and tricks to help you skate like a pro in no time.
Nordic winter athletes have long been using in-line skating with poles as a way of training for winter cross-country skiing competitions. Now fitness skaters have adopted it as an absolute fun sport. Achieving high speeds with poles is an unique experience. So Nordic blading is a rediscovered pleasure. We offer weekly Nordic blading excursions along the Ennsweg. Positive side effects – you'll burn more fat, which means you'll need to consume more calories. Poles can be rented from the sportcamp. The Tauernhof activity programme includes weekly excursions for experienced in-line skaters along the Enns. You can borrow poles in the sportcamp.