Cool summer programme for teens and kids

Cool summer programme for teens and kids

Kinderprogramm - Unterwegs mit Biene Liene - Wasseraction

Tirol’s largest lake offers a huge range of activities and excursions for the whole family to enjoy – especially in summer. From 4 July to 2 September 2022, the Achensee holiday region offers a versatile children’s and youth programme which is guaranteed to make your summer holidays a memorable experience for the whole family. 

Family holidays at Lake Achensee are about having as much fun as possible, and the region’s children’s programme has plenty of activities: Children between the ages of 4 to 10 years visit a bakery or experience riding a pony and water action with Wusel the water spirit. Looking for activities for the whole family? The programme offers three highlights for families: the pasture day with Hen Hanna, the geocaching treasure hunt and the night scouting game. Every day from Monday to Friday a new adventure awaits.

Youth programme
Youngsters between the ages of 10 and 16 can tackle some real challenges at Lake Achensee in summer. In the summer months the region’s youth programme provides a daily adrenaline rush for young explorers and gives them the chance to enjoy action-packed fun under the supervision of experienced guides. How about rock climbing in the crag in Achenkirch, white-water swimming or canoeing? Or would you rather try stand-up paddle boarding, Western riding or explore the region on Segways?

Our offers for family holidays are just as colourful, and in October, the Achensee holiday region becomes your favourite destination for your autumn holidays. Plenty of exciting adventures await our young visitors, with activities ranging from bread making courses to pony riding.

 

20.12.2021 09:50

Kinderprogramm Wasseraction-1 ©Achensee Tourismus
Kinderprogramm Almtag-2 ©Achensee Tourismus
swimming in a torrent - new at the teenagers' programme ©delphotostock
Neben Kletterrouten für Kinder- und Jugendliche bzw. Anfänger kann auch die ein oder andere schwierigere Route geklettert werden.©AchenseeTourismus