Inline Skating and Skating

No matter if you prefer inline figure skating, inline downhill or inline alpine - skating is a very popular sport which enthusiasts adults and children

Inline skating is a popular sports all over the world and locomotion "in one line" is becoming increasingly well-liked. Certainly this trend sports comes from the USA, where the skates were designed in 1980 by the Olsen brothers from Minneapolis, as the two hockey players have been looking for a way enabling them to practise also in summer.

However, there are several trails and cycle paths (where the same rules apply for inline skaters and for cyclists) in North and East Tyrol, which offer perfect inline skating conditions. Furthermore some top skateparks and even a speedskatearena are available:

Innsbruck and surroundings:

  • Skatehalle Innsbruck
    Matthias-Schmid-Strasse road 12d, 6020 Innsbruck
    phone: +43 512 33838-600

  • park in - Skatepark
    Thurnfeldgasse alley 10, 6060 Hall in Tirol
    phone: +43 5223 41917

Kufsteinerland - Hohe Salve - Wildschönau:

  • Kufstein Indoor
    Unterer Stadtplatz square 22, 6330 Kufstein
    phone: +43 5372 602600

  • Speedskatearena Wörgl
    Peter-Anich-Strasse road 34, 6300 Wörgl
    phone: +43 664 8552297

Alpbachtal valley:

  • The Cradle Skatepark
    Innsbrucker Strasse road 54, 6230 Brixlegg
    phone: +43 664 1500157

East Tyrol:

  • Skatepark Lienz
    Amlacherstrasse road 1, 9900 Lienz
    phone: +43 4852 63820-21

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  1. Vergeiner’s Hotel Traube
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  2. Ferienhotel Laserz
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