Achensee summer camps
Lake Achensee is a unique holiday destination in a stunning mountain and lake scenery, and one of the best ways to explore the region is being active outdoors in nature. The region hosts a variety of Achensee summer camps for those who want to learn new skills or sharpen their existing techniques. Get hands-on training and tips from our professional coaches while enjoying the breathtaking nature around you.
Achensee climbing camp
Are you new to rock climbing or looking to sharpen your existing skills? Join the Achensee climbing camp where our experienced local guides prepare you for the mountains by teaching you the fundamental skills. The 4-day course includes climbing technique, rope management, and essential knots. Advanced climbers get an introduction to climbing multi-pitch routes and proper belay techniques.
Achensee E-bike camp – GIRLS ONLY
The Achensee e-bike camp is all about you and your bike. Designed to bring together a group of like-minded females, this course teaches the essential skills for riding electric bikes in a relaxed and safe environment.
Achensee running camp
The region surrounding Tirol’s largest lake boasts over 180 kilometres of designated running trails along the lakeshore, in the valleys, and in the mountains. Lake Achensee offers runners the perfect opportunity to start the season under professional guidance. The extended course weekend is perfect for all athletes who usually run distances between five kilometres and a half-marathon. Expert coaches share tips and tricks on effective training and technique. Analyses and talks on training and nutrition provide valuable information for the running season.
Achensee via ferrata camp
If you are looking for a safe approach to rock climbing, a secured via ferrata is the right place to start. The Achensee via ferrata camp is the perfect introduction to climbing via ferrata. Certified mountain guides assist participants in developing the required techniques, knowledge, and confidence to climb via ferrata. In addition, the experienced guides share information about equipment and how to stay safe in the mountains.
Karwendelmarsch training camp
You've always dreamed of participating in the legendary Karwendelmarsch, but you’re not sure if you’ll manage the 52-kilometre or 35-kilometre route? Join the Karwendelmarsch training camp run by Markus Reich, winner of the Karwendelmarsch 2012, and get prepared for the race on the original route of the Karwendelmarsch.