Climbing, beach volleyball, tennis and paragliding on the shores of Lake Faak
Tabor Höhe Adventure and Climbing Park
Tabor Höhe Adventure & Climbing Park is located in a naturally grown forest, with steel ropes, wobbly bridges and nets mounted between the trees at altitudes from 2 – 20 metres. Enjoy fantastic views and white-knuckle moments, balancing across shaky boards, climbing through loops, making your way across narrow beams or whizzing through the forest on the rope slide. Qualified trainers are there for when you need them. Great fun also for the kids – everyone chooses their own level of difficulty!
Kanzianiberg Climbing Park, Finkenstein
Get ready to explore more than 400 tours and numerous practice runs in a breathtakingly beautiful setting under the direction of experienced, certified mountain and ski guides. To get to the Kanzianiberg Climbing Park, go via Finkenstein, in the direction of the Finkenstein castle ruin. Climbing taster sessions, an outdoor practice course, climbing for beginners and those who are more experienced and much, much more! Please register for all courses and tours. Read more, Video
Via ferrata in Rotschitza gorge
The route starts at Baumgartnerhöhe above Finkenstein castle. Follow the sign for "Wasserfall" (waterfall). After approximately 45 minutes of walking uphill (forest track followed by stony soil), you will continue along an idyllic section through the forest and along Rotschitza creek until you have reached the impressive waterfall. The via ferrata (B/C level of difficulty, moderately difficult) starts right at the waterfall and offers spectacular views of Lake Faak. Climbing harness, helmet and hiking shoes are required.
Beach volley ball and tennis
Beach volley ball and tennis courts are available at the Beachvolleyball und Tenniscenter Faaker See and the Fun & Sportpark Drobollach.