Bavarian Curling on Lake Weissensee
Try this typical alpine sport in Carinthia, Austria
This is the fourth most popular sport in Austria and is practiced by more than 115,000 people! Lake Weissensee has great conditions on the ice and an asphalt curling track so you can play year-round.
Each year all of Austria meets for a showdown as part of the Alpine Cup on Europe’s largest natural ice rink in the Weissensee Nature Park.
Professionals and anyone who is interested in this sport can also join in weekly Weissensee Bavarian curling matches with tips and training from the coach himself.
Passionate Bavarian curlers can even play in summer - simply sign up to use the asphalt track near the Weissensee Bergbahn lift.
2019/20 winter programme:
Guests of all skill levels of can play Bavarian curling on the Weissensee curling tracks near the Tschatscheleria with coach Robert. Look forward to lots of fun at this meeting spot for all Bavarian curling fans.
Bavarian Curling Days / Camps on Lake Weissensee
Train year-round, meet other Bavarian curling clubs and teams and enjoy great food in the Nature Park at Lake Weissensee, nature’s playground.
Let us be your local partner to organise fun times with this interesting sport!
- Accommodation in a double room
- Preparation of the ice track (December-February) or asphalt track (year-round)
- 1 chalet evening including food and transport for up to 50 people
- 1 surprise gift
Guest house*** from € 185.00
Hotel*** from € 245.00
Hotel**** from € 305.00
Single room surcharge: from € 20 per person per day.
All prices do not include local tax and fees.
Special requests and support during practice and tournament available upon request.
Lake Weissensee has hosted the international Alpenpokal tournament twice and is very popular among Bavarian curlers. We invite you to the 3. Weissensee Alpenpokal tournament on natural ice! The local EV Weissensee club is known for its successful tournament planning and looks forward to welcoming many participants to the Weissensee Nature Park. 25 of the best-prepared tracks await you on Europe’s largest natural ice surface, in the heart of a beautiful landscape in southern Austria.