Summer in Zell am See Kaprun and its many possibilities

canyoningOvercoming abysses with physical effort

With full gear through the waterfall

Gorges and waterfalls turn into slides, rock pools into whirlpools and ledges into diving boards: canyoning is both a strenuous and fascinating sport. Go all out! The tour through wild water gets everything out of the body. Swimming, climbing, sliding and on a rope it goes across the gorge.

Without climbing equipment, a warm rubber suit and helmet, you can't dare to venture out on this adventure. Experienced guides lead you through the unique abysses of Zell am See-Kaprun. In the midst of the massive rock world, you get insights from a completely unfamiliar, new perspective. With programs with names like 'Emotion' or 'Vertical Adrenalin', neither professionals nor ambitious beginners will get bored.

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fishermanRelaxation of more than one hook

Three kids while fishing

If it fidgets on the hook, the wait was really worth it. During a relaxed summer holiday in Zell am See-Kaprun, you don't just catch fish, but in any case plenty of rest and relaxation. It almost becomes a minor matter whether 'someone bites' or not. The fishing season starts in the popular holiday region just in time for the summer season. In winter, the local fishing club offers you a very special experience: ice fishing, where you can use live bait fish to lure the scaly lake dwellers. Multiple hooks, however, are not permitted. In the crystal-clear Lake Zell there are a multitude of different fish species: eels, perches, pikeperch and catfish cavort under the water surface with many other species. You can even find rainbow trout and a few rarer species of trout here. There are no closed seasons and minimum sizes for eels, perch, bream and bait fish in Zell am See-Kaprun. Pike and all types of trout, on the other hand, have to be released if their body measures less than 50 centimeters. Reinanken and tench with at least 30 centimeters are allowed. A minimum of 36 centimeters applies to arctic char and 55 centimeters for zander. 


cyclistWith tire pressure always on the ball

Small group of cyclists on a paved path Majestic mountains, lush green mountain meadows and a lake that sparkles in the sunlight: especially in summer, the landscape of Zell am See and Kaprun shows its most beautiful side. What could be more obvious than a relaxing bike expedition in untouched nature? Whether for a leisurely picnic or sporty sightseeing, with the bike you are only a few pedal turns away from ultimate summer pleasure, and there is more than just one path, because Zell am See-Kaprun is known for its multi-faceted routes. Flat and short paths or more challenging uphill drives - you can quickly find the right pavement. You can also rent a bike on site. In this way, the luggage remains manageable on arrival and departure and nothing stands in the way of a spontaneous journey of discovery. Crossing country over hill and dale - this is a special pleasure on a mountain bike or trekking bike. But there are also well-developed bike paths, especially for families and friends of the more leisurely ride. Inns and cafes on the wayside pamper you with culinary highlights. Special tip: a multi-day tour on the 'Tauern Cycle Path'. Here you drive over 325 kilometers from Krimml to Passau. Bike rental


climberScramble and enjoy the view

Few steep climbs rock wall

The mountains in Zell am See and Kaprun not only look good, they are also ideal for climbing. Already at the foot of the rock massif you can fully indulge in the 'scrambling pleasure'. But there are also first-class opportunities at altitude: on the Kitzsteinhorn, for example, two outstanding climbing areas can be found just a few minutes' walk from the Alpincenter.

The 'Rettenwand' offers you excellent climbing conditions when the weather is nice and there is no wind. From the 'Babyfels' to the 'Magic Wall': 70 routes in solid, holey green rock are available in various degrees of difficulty. However, it is not only because of the physical exertion that you sweat here - so close to the summit, the sun's rays cause additional sweat on your forehead. Another 30 routes challenge you here. To avoid slipping on the rock faces, we recommend a rope maneuver when descending. A real challenge - even for experienced climbing enthusiasts! Adventure Service Zell am See

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