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Indoor & Outdoor

Even if the weather occasionally refuses to play along, fans of climbing and healthy exercise needn’t sit still in the Rosental. And in any case, when the sun shines you’re spoilt for choice with so much natural beauty!

Wahaha Paradise This outstandingly well-equipped recreation facility certainly lives up to its name: the facility offers a range of brilliant activities for young and old alike, on an area of over 2500 m2! A 14 metre-high, 400 m2 climbing wall, with a wide range of difficulty levels guarantees fun and excitement. Beginners can embark on their first climbing experiences under the guidance of a professional, and even experienced climbers will be inspired by the professional climbing wall. If you’ve forgotten your equipment – no problem! You can rent a complete set of equipment on the spot.
Wahaha is a paradise for the whole family. An indoor playground with a trampoline, swings, climbing frame, billiards, table football and air hockey will keep the kids busy, while Mum and Dad enjoy a bit of time out in the Skybar in view of their little ones. One unique feature is the Wahaha Dome, where you can go ice-skating on a 150 m2 rink area in both summer and winter. Next to the ice-skating rink there’s a Go-Kart track and, sitting in the electric cars, you almost feel you’re taking part in Formula 1.

Those who don‘t want to give up their fitness programme while on holiday will find exactly what they’re looking for at the “Technogym” fitness centre. A large number of ingenious bio-mechanical fitness apparatuses await you, and the staff is more than happy to help you. After training, you can really relax in the Wellness Oasis. Loosen up your muscles in the Finnish sauna, the infrared cabin or the steam sauna – or, even more enjoyable – with a massage. A comprehensive cosmetics programme is of course also on offer. The wellness area offers indoor access to the heated natural swimming pool, with a separate childrens’ area and a 50 m swimming lane. A minigolf course and a beach volleyball court round off the facilities. Oh, and we mustn’t forget the Asian dragon boot!

Address: Feriendorf 1, 9181 Feistritz
Information: Telephone 04228 / 37733 or www.wahaha-paradise.com
Canoe tours & birdwatching The Bay of Dragositschach near St. Jakob is a paradise for swans, herons, great crested grebe and many other bird species. In the Old Town Canoe, you can glide smoothly and silently past the unspoilt landscape. Almost effortlessly, in the style of Hiawatha, you can reach the loveliest spots on the Drau and observe its remarkably large bird population from close quarters.
You can obtain further information, and find out where to rent an Old Town Canoe, from Walter Mamedof.

Telephone 0664 / 13 55 743 or www.freizeitfamilie.at