Curling

Schimeier

AT-***** Region Seefeld - Tirols Hochplateau
bookable from
14.– EUR

Description

Introduction to this traditional Tyrolean sport.

Curling is one of the oldest sports in Tyrol. Every Tuesday, the local curling association has evening curling on offer and after about 15-30 minutes of in-depth instruction on the correct swing and slide techniques and a run-through of the rule book, it’s time for the first game.

Meeting point:
curling rink, Olympiabad/ Congress Centre
Klosterstraße 600
6100 Seefeld

Included services

The cost of hiring the stones and the rink are included in the price.

Requirements

Participants must be over the age of 14. Participation at your own risk.

Meeting point

curling rink, Olympiabad/ Congress Centre
Klosterstraße 600
6100 Seefeld

Free public transportation to the meeting point with the PlateauCard, click here for route planning.

Price information

If you stay overnight in an accommodation in the Region Seefeld – Tirols Hochplateau, you will receive the PlateauCard free of charge from your host and you can book the experiences marked "with guest card" now.
The guest card itself is not necessary during the booking process. The guest card must be presented on site before the start of the event in addition to the booking confirmation.

Cancellation information

No free cancellation possible!
In case of cancellation due to weather conditions or if the minimum number of participants is not reached, you will automatically be reimbursed. If the minimum number of participants is not reached, you will be informed the day before between 17:00 and 18:00.

FAQ

>> In which languages is the experience offered? The course is offerd in German and English
>> Duration: approx. 1,5 hours

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