Adventure & Outdoors
Aside from the "classic" sports, such as hiking, golf and mountain biking, a summer in Kaiserwinkl also offers many other sporting possibilities and unique experiences for the whole family. How about rafting or canyoning, an outing on a horse-drawn carriage, or perhaps even taking to the air during a tandem paragliding flight ...?
The high-ropes course in Kössen consists of a series of practice obstacles strung by steel cables as much as 10 meters above the ground. Climbers are equipped with a helmet, safety harness and safety lines. The absolute highlight of this high-ropes course is the so-called Flying Fox (ca. 100 meters-long zipline) as well as the roughly 100 m long Nepal Bridge back across the river, around 20 meters above ground.
Climbing Enjoyment on the High Ropes Course
Kaiserwinkl Climbing Arena
Walchsee Climbing Club founded KLETTERARENA KAISERWINKL ON THE OTTERNALM/WALCHSEE back in 2011. A climbing arena that offers three different fixed-cable rock climbs. The three routes are between 70 and 300 meters in length and difficulty-rated B+, D and D/E. The climbs (which, incidentally, must be climbed start to finish, no "emergency exits" along the way!) are secured by means of permanent steel cables as well as two suspension bridges. From one cable bridge over a canyon, climbers have an unobstructed view of the high moors known as the "Schwemm".
You can rent your climbing gear from Adventure Club Kaiserwinkl in Kössen.
In and around Walchsee, you have an enormous selection of opportunities for recreational adventures. Whether rafting, canyoning, kayaking, (tandem) paragliding or hang-gliding, you can look forward to pure adventure. And if you want to take your adventure to an even higher level: How about reserving a balloon ride amid the imposing Kaisergebirge mountains of Tyrol.
Do you love adventure?
Lake Walchsee is actually one of the few places in Tyrol where you are allowed to go water skiing. The magical surroundings and warm water temperatures make this sport especially appealing on Walchsee.
In the Kaiserwinkl region of Tyrol and especially here in Walchsee, the sport of tennis enjoys a very long tradition. Guests can look forward to a fun tennis experience that is also 100% independent of the weather. Walchsee boasts outdoor tennis courts, but also a big indoor tennis center on the western shore of our peaceful lake. You will find more information on the topic of tennis on the website of the Walchsee tennis club. Coaching is offered by appointment. Rackets and balls can be rented right there at the courts.
With the Kaiserwinkl Card, you will also receive discounts at tennis courts in Walchsee.
Reserve your in- or outdoor court right here: +43 676 841 640 875
Carriage & Horseback Rides in Walchsee
Enjoy a carriage ride through the magical countryside of the Kaiserwinkl. A great way to discover small, hidden spots in and around Walchsee. The Dagnhof is only a few minutes' walk from your Bellevue Holiday Club.
The riding stables in Walchsee don't only offer carriage rides, but also riding courses for beginners and experienced equestrians, rein-led pony rides, trail rides and private riding lessons.
Up and away!
The Kaiserwinkl – and especially the town of Kössen – is a paradise for paragliders and hang-gliders. Every year, thousands of paragliders come to the Kaiserwinkl to enjoy the ideal conditions here for this unique form of aviation. By gondola (Hochkössen lifts), paragliders are able to make their way quickly and comfortably to the top of the Unterberg, were they find an ideal take-off area. If you would like to book a tandem flight, you can obtain additional information from the Bellevue reception, area tourist offices as well as directly from the Kössen flight school.
Balloon Rides in the Kaiserwinkl
Experience the fascination of this sport for yourself. You are certain to be enthralled from the very first moment. Immediately after landing, you will pack up the balloon envelope, followed by a tradition known as the "Ballooner's Baptism", including a commemorative certificate for your achievement!
Who will be crowned the Robin Hood of Kaiserwinkl? In Kaiserwinkl, the Kaiserwinkl Archery Club offers a hunting-bow course featuring 28 3-D animal targets. Visitors will need to bring their own equipment. Children ages 14 and up (accompanied b a parent) are welcome. You will also find another archery course with 32 targets (3-D animals) in the Moserberg part of Kössen.