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Bobsleight

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Not only ski lovers come to Lienz. You can also do a lot of fun tobogganing  in Lienz and the surrounding area. Many toboggan runs are created family friendly.

Our bobsleight tips: 

 Lienz Dolomites/Leisach natural toboggan run

  • Floodlit toboggan run with an average gradient of 14 %.
  • The toboggan route is 1100 metres in length and covers an altitude difference of 155 metres.
  • It is floodlit, located in the town of Amlach and is accessible by car from Leisach or Amlach, heading to Galitzenklamm (car park at the finish).

Gödnach/Dölsach family toboggan route

  • The 800 metre toboggan route is floodlit until midnight and since the terrain is not at all steep it is especially suited to families and children!
  • There is plenty of car parking available in the finish area above Dölsach’s swimming pool. The start of the toboggan route is at St. Georgskirche in Gödnach (Dölsach district area).
  • The toboggan route is prepared from Christmas until the end of February (when there is adequate snow coverage).

Lugger Alm / Iselsberg toboggan run

  • The toboggan run which covers 3.5 kilometres, runs from Lugger Alm at 1630 metres altitude, and can be used to get to Gasthof Schöne Aussicht at 1320 metres.
  • There is however also the opportunity to head up to Winklerner Alm at 1960 metres.
  • Proceed by car via Iselsberg to the car park at Gasthof Schöne Aussicht, continue on foot.

 natural toboggan routes – Dolomites

  • Winter pleasure for all the family. The toboggan route extends from Dolomitenhütte to Tristach’s sport stadium (to the south of Lienz).
  • Illuminated natural toboggan run in the upper section, via the road (traffic light system) from Gasthof Kreithof, then without any junctions on its own paths.
  • Equipped with snow-making facilities, ensuring tobogganing fun for all the family throughout the winter, day and night.
  • This natural toboggan run received the sought-after safety seal of approval from the Tirol Rodelverband. The road to Kreithof is cleared and chipped, so is suitable for cars.

all year around toboggan run at Hochstein – sled like a pro 

  • Recently loud cries of joy have been heard in summer as well as winter. If you listen at the foot of the Hochstein, then you can hear for miles around.
  • It can hardly be a coincidence that the frequency of these cries of joy has something to do with the opening of the ‘Osttirodler’ at that time.
  • Since then quite a few tobogganists have been flying down this spectacular Alpine roller-coaster. You can toboggan down the 2.7 kilometre Osttirodler run from the Moosalm via Lienz’s Schlossberg right to the finish area in the Hochstein Arena.

 

More infomation and trails:

www.osttirol.com/en/experience-east-tyrol/winterurlaub-osttirol/winter-magic/tobogganing.html

Summer trails: 

www.lienzer-bergbahnen.at/en/osttirodler-summer.html

 

Cross Country Skiing

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Cross-country skiing in East Tyrol

Do you know the feeling when you are gliding along the cross-country slopes, breathing in the winter air deeply and you are suddenly overcome by a feeling of ease? It may doubtless lie in the wonderful winter sport of cross-country skiing itself, but it is highly probable that this feeling is all the more intense since your are in the right place at the right time – winter and cross-country skiing in East Tyrol are bonds which can be described as being perfect. The selection of slopes available has to be seen to be believed.

It is to be the Lienz Becken, which has a slope a full 30 kilometres in length to Pustertal and a legendary 35 kilometres to Drautal? The view which you get when the sun shimmers constantly on the Lienz Dolomites is something quite fairy-tale like … then there is Hochpustertal with a whopping 120 kilometres of tracked slopes. In addition Defereggental and the Hohe Tauern National Park are there for cross-country skiers who want to experience a winter dream on cross-country skis.

General information: www.osttirol.com/en/east-tyrol-and-its-regions/lienz-dolomites/winter/cross-country-skiing.html

Our cross country skiing tips:

DOLOMITENLOIPE – Lienz-Amlach-Tristach-Lavant-Nikolsdorf

Dolomites XC Ski Track, which leads from Lienz to Nikolsdorf, follows the Drau River Cycle Path and offers a good view of the Lienz Dolomite Mountains. Each year, it serves as venue for the legendary Dolomites Race, attracting some 2,000 Nordic competitors from all over the world. The groomed and set track is mostly flat with some steep pitches.

Starting point: Dolomitenbad Lienz

More information: www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/sports/cross-country-skiing/nordic-ski-trails/a-dolomites-xc-ski-track


ISELTALLOIPE – Lienz-Pfister-Oberlienz-Ainet-St. Johann i.W.

Total length: 30 km. The slope follows the shore of the river Isel. The track is smooth, easy and in the summer time used as a biking trail.Skate and classic technique trails prepared.

Starting point: Pfister (below Bruck castle)

More information: http://maps.osttirol.com/en#resourceDetail,1769433


PUSTERTALLOIPE – Lienz-Thal-Mittewald

Total length: 30 km (round tour). This trail offers connecting trails to the trail system of the regions of Sillian and southern Tyrol. The trail is slightly uphill and located on the river Drava. Skating and diagonal tracks are available.

Starting point: Dolomitenbad Lienz

More information: www.pustertal.org/en/leisure-activities/winter-sports/crosscountry-skiing/

Ice Skating

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You are keen on stumbeling over ice and slide a few laps? No problem, around Lienz there is one or the other icerink.

Our ice skating tips:

Ice rink  Lienz

Pustertaler Straße
9900 – Lienz

Every year from mid November the ice rink in Lienz is open.


Natural ice rink Tristachersee

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9900 – Lienz

The natural ice rink on the lake called Tristachersee. The official seasonal opening is made by the municipality of Lienz. Ice skating is then possible daily, use is free of charge.


Ice rink Assling

Sportplatz
9911 – Assling

The ice rink is located at the sports field in Thal, next to the leisure center Vithal (Exit from B 100, next to the Drauradweg). Ice skating and ice hockey is possible every day, at night with lighting.


Stockbahn Lienz/Pfister

The Pfister can be reached via the road B 108, past the entrance to Castle Bruck. Then turn left ab. There are 4 rinks.


More information:

www.osttirol.com/en/east-tyrol-and-its-regions/lienz-dolomites/winter/ice-skating-curling.html

 

Aguntum – archaeological excavation

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Archaeological excavation of the roman city Aguntum

Excavations are still under way at the Aguntum archaeological site in nearby Dölsach to piece together the jigsaw puzzle of this 2000-year-old municipium , which flourished as a centre of trade and commerce under Emperor Claudius. Take a stroll around the excavations, then visit the glass-walled museum to explore Lienz’ Roman roots.

There is interactive stuff for the kids (a virtual tour through Aguntum and dress-up costumes) and an exhibition featuring fun elements such as traditional Roman recipes. Bus 4406 runs out here from Monday to Saturday.

Visitors information:

Current opening times:  www.aguntum.ncontent&mid=5info/?mai

Address: 

Verein Curatorium pro Agunto
Stribach 97
A-9991 Dölsach
aguntum@aon.at
http://www.aguntum.info

Short description:

Simple excavation site with observation tower.
Excellent designed new museum.
Excellent guides.

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The ruins of Aguntum are Roman site in East Tirol, Austria, located approximately 4 km east of Lienz in the Drau valley. The city appears to have been built to exploit the local sources of iron, copper, zinc and gold. During the early Christian era the city was the site of a bishopric, which, having ceased to be a residential diocese, is today listed by the Catholic Church as a titular see.

Background information:

This area of East Tyrol was the homeland of the Laianci tribe and hilltop settlements, so far hardly investigated, crown many of the hills in the area. A trading vicus developed here at an important intersection in the Drau Valley, with one important road leading to the gold deposits in the Hohe Tauern.

The oldest Roman remains are a two-roomed wooden structure discovered beneath the bath house and dated to the mid-first century BC. According to Pliny the Elder, the emperor Claudius granted Aguntum the status ofmunicipium, a status which is attested by inscriptions, including funerary inscriptions, which refer to cultores Genii municipii Agunti. The official name was Municipium Claudium Aguntum. There does not appear to have been a military camp in this area.

Aguntum was a mining and trading centre which exploited local sources of iron, copper, zinc and gold. Craftsmen in the town processed the metals to produce a range of goods which were then transported along the Roman roads. Other exports included wood, milk products (cheese) and mountain crystals from the Tauern range.

The discovery of a layer of ash, as well as the remains of a man and a child in the bath house, points to the sack of Aguntum by the invading barbarians under Radagaisus and Alaric. The city’s decline was marked when the bishopric was transferred to nearby Lavant, a few miles to the south. A second sack by Attila and his Huns is attested by a coin dated to AD 452 found in a higher layer of ash. When the Western Roman Empire collapsed, Aguntum passed under the control of the Ostrogoths and was fought over by Franks, Byzantines and Bavarians. Paul the Deacon write of a major battle fought in 610 between Garibald II of Bavaria and the Avars, in which Garibald was completely defeated. Aguntum was destroyed and even Lavant suffered a major fire. There were no further bishops ordained in the area and the surviving Roman population took refuge in hilltop fortresses while the barbarians settled in the fertile valley.

Repeatedly flooded by the Debantbach, the ruins of Aguntum remained visible until the 16th century, for in 1599 Veit Netlich, a lawyer, mentioned gravestones with „unknown writing“ and reported that „according to a myth, here was a heathen city“. The historian Theodor Mommsen proposed that the ruins were those of Aguntum, a theory which was confirmed in 1882 when a marble slab inscribed with the name was discovered.

More information:

www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/attractions/all-attractions/a-aguntum-roman-town

www.lonelyplanet.com/austria/lienz/sights/museums-galleries/aguntum

www.tiscover.com/at/guide/5,en/objectId,SIG2061at/intern.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aguntum

Medieval Bruck castle – Lienz

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Castle Bruck

Bruck Castle is located in a mixed forest on a hill close to the Hochstein, the local mountain of Lienz. The name “Bruck” (bridge) derives from the bridge at its foot. From the donjon you can look on the entire basin of Lienz. A great view on the surroundings has been crucial for the defensiveness and representation. Additionally the access to the castle was protected by a machicoulis.

In the course of time Bruck Castle has often changed hands and had different roles to play, as e.g. weapons stockpile, military hospital, residence castle of the Counts of Görz as well as brewery. Nowadays Bruck Castle is the museum of the city of Lienz, and the inner courtyard is often venue for theatre performances and concerts.

Bruck Castle houses the Egger-Lienz-Gallery, the biggest public collection of the East Tyrolean expressionist Albin Egger-Lienz (1868-1926). His paintings illustrate art between the poles of modernity, abstraction and regional art. Besides Bruck Castle also shows smaller special exhibitions which change annually as well as a child-oriented show about the huge population of bats which live in the area of the castle, the park and the lake. In the new adapted western wing contemporary art is shown. And in the donjon the younger past of the town Lienz is presented in a co-exhibition with the “Tyrolean Archive of Photography”. By the way: there are museum pedagogic programmes for school classes!

Visitors information:

Opening hours:
May and June Tuesday – Sunday from 10 am – 6 pm
July and August daily from 10 am – 6 pm
September and October Tuesday – Sunday from 10 am – 4 pm

Ticket (adults):
from 7.50 Euros, combined ticket with the museum Aguntum and the Lienzer Bergbahnen lift facilities available (”Bergkultur” ticket)

Address:
Museum der Stadt Lienz
Schlossberg 1, 9900 Lienz
Österreich

Further information:
Telefon: +43 (0)4852 62580
Telefax: +43 (0)4852 62580-4
Email: museum@stadt-lienz.at

Location:
on a hill in front of the Hochstein mountain (720 m asl)

 

More information:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burg_Bruck

www.museum-schlossbruck.at/

www.tyrol.tl/en/highlights/castles/bruck-castle/

www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/attractions/all-attractions/a-bruck-castle

Hochsteinhütte – alpine hut

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Hochsteinhütte on top of the clounds

The Hochsteinhütte (2023m) is the perfect pit stop for hikers, mountain bikers or skiers. The hut is a destination for young and old with the most beautiful view over Lienz and the Lienz Dolomites. The hut is open and operating during the summer and in the winter form beginning of Mai until October and also from Christmas until March.

Address: 

Schlossberg 20,
9900 Lienz, Osttirol
+43 66 44 98 10 66
zugast@hochsteinhuette.at
www.hochsteinhuette.at

 

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access:
accessibility via the toll road (5 km) from Bamberg, about 10 minutes walking time from the parking lot

entrances:
An alternative to the toll road are r the Lienzer Bergbahnen. Use the double chairlift leads to the Sternalm (1505m), which is located on the western edge of the city. Walking time, from there about 1 – 1 ½ hours

For those who prefer to dispense with all the opportunities for advancement, can select the „Russenweg“. The starting point is the castle Bruck. Walking time approx. 3½ – 4 hours.

Through the connecting to the ski resort, the Hochsteinhütte is an ideal ski destination with climbing the slopes directly from the suburbs of Lienz or on the well-trodden, leading in the dense forest Russenweg.

trips :
Böses Weible (2521m), walking time 1½ hours
Rotsteinberg (2696m), walking time 4 hours

 

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Our tip, watch the live view via webcam, directly from the Hochsteinhütte:

http://www.alpenverein.at/lienz/webcam/hochsteinhuette.php

 

More information: www.hochsteinhuette.at

Shopping in Lienz

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Shopping stroll through Lienz!

Shopping in Lienz is definitively worth it. In many of the one-line shops you can find everything your heard desires. Souvenirs, traditional clothing, the newest shoe collection and more, Lienz has it all. The friendly service is a freebie on top! In the city center of Lienz is a pedestrian area with many different small and big shops.

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Parking? Don´t worry! At the train station (on the left side of the road) and a little further down the road (on the right side) are plenty of marked parking spots.

Our shopping tips: 

City market
Freshness, superior quality and regionality characterize the products sold on the city market Lienz in the Messinggasse. Market participants are proud of their products, which are produced and prepared with hard work, skill and attention to detail.

Opening times from April until October:

Friday : 14.00 – 18.30 o´clock
Saturday: 08.30 – 12.30 o´clock

Opening times from November until March

Friday: 14.00 – 18.00 o´clock
Saturday: 08.30 – 12.30 o´clock


Second-Hand-Shop 

s’Gwandtl Verein SOFA
Europaplatz 2, 9900 Lienz

Trendy
NEW TAKE FIVE
Rosengasse 15, 9900 Lienz

Gifts & Souvenirs
MOSAIK
Johannes-Ignaz-Oberhueber Gasse, 9900 Lienz

Sport
Blue Tomato Shop Lienz
Andrä Kranz-Gasse 4, 9900 Lienz

And many more…
  • Deichmann
  • Probike
  • Huber
  • Tom Tailor
  • Tchibo
  • DM
  • Tally Weijl
  • Charles Vögele
  • Intersport
  • H&M
More information:
www.yelp.com/search?cflt=shoppingcenters&find_loc=Lienz%2C+Tirol
www.tiscover.com/at/destinations/lienz
www.lienzer-bergbahnen.at/en/weather-webcams.html

Skiing & Snowboarding

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Ski areas Lienz & Zettersfeld/Hochstein

You want to have exciting and quiet winter holidays? Well, then you have found the perfect place. Waiting in line for the ski lift? Not here!

East Tirol’s sunny capital Lienz boasts two fine ski areas, Hochstein and Zettersfeld: Families with kids, blue intermediate and black expert skiers and riders will find plenty of long, well-groomed runs here, powder and bumps. Zettersfeld, the imposing sun-drenched Alpine foothill, peaks at 2,278 meters and has a most varied terrain to suit all tastes. For many years, Hochstein Ski Resort has been a family and adventure ski destination—lots of its fans think of it as an undiscovered secret, away from the crowds and the lift lines of other ski resorts.

More information: www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/sports/skiing/ski-resorts/a-lienz-ski-areas

Our Ski areas:

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Ski area Zettersfeld

  • The ski resort Zettersfeld – Lienz is located in East Tyrol (Austria, Tyrol).
  • For skiing and snowboarding, there are 21 km of slopes available.
  • 7 lifts transport the guests.
  • The winter sports area is situated between the elevations of 1,660 and 2,278 m.
  • Sun worshippers and unhurried skiers feel really good on the Zettersfeld.
  • Sun lounges invite to relax, ski rental, ski school and infant supervision are natural.

Facts:

Distance from our apartment: approx. 23 km (24 minutes by car)
Ski bus connection Yes
Ski rental Yes
Ski school Yes
Prices (2015) approx. 44,00 € from 9.00 am (the ski area of Hochstein incl.)
Ski lifts Z1: Monocable Zettersfeld
Z2: 4 ppl.  Chair lift Steinermandl
Z3: Platter lift Bidner
Z4: Drag lift Schoberköpfl
Z6: 4 ppl. Chair lift Wartschenbrunn
Z7: 6 ppl. Chairlift Faschingalm

More information: www.skiresort.info/ski-resort/zettersfeld-lienz/


Ski area Hochstein

  • Hochstein is home to one of the longest cruisers in the country — a staggering downhill run from top (1,988 meters) to bottom (668 meters).
  • Hochstein is a local’s favorite, famous for its many exceptional ski touring opportunities.
  • Many tours, such as the popular Russian Trail, have its trailhead at Moosalm Top Terminal.

Facts:

Distance from our apartment: approx. 27 km (30 minutes by car)
Ski bus connection Yes
Ski rental Yes
Ski school Yes
Prices (2015) approx. 44,00 € from 9.00 am (the ski area of Zettersfeld  incl.)
Lifte H1: Mountain railway, 8 ppl. Gondola, 6 ppl. Chair lift
H2: Double chair lift
H3: Drag lift
H5: Platterlift Taxermoos

More information:  www.skiresort.info/ski-resort/hochstein-lienz/


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Quelle: ©Homepage/Lienzer Bergbahnen

More information: www.bergfex.com/lienz/

Mountain Biking

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Quelle:  ©Pixabay/Skitterphoto

Many biking trails around Lienz offer beautiful tours. As a biking-city is Lienz already secretly known in eastern Tyrol. Many already very well developed paths run along the Drau from Toblach to Maribor. Also the bike paths of Iseltagradweges and the Glockner bike path delight all biking fans.

Our biking trip tips: 

biking path „Drauradweg R1“

  • The Drau Cycle Path runs from the source of the Drau in Toblacher Feld, Italy, for 366 km along the eponymous river, through East Tyrol and Carinthia to Maribor in Slovenia. There are plans to extend the path from Maribor to the Danube delta on the Black Sea in the medium term.
  • signed along its entire length (designated the R1 in Carinthia)
  • runs mostly right alongside the Drau
  • well developed (asphalt, sand or crushed stone surface)
  • best cycled with trekking wheels
  • suitable for families in Italy and Carinthia
  • lots of attractions just a stone’s throw from the path
  • the best bathing lakes in the immediate vicinity of the cycle path
  • Toblach/Innichen → Lienz→ Spittal→ Villach→ Ferlach → Völkermarkt→ Maribor
  • More information: www.drauradweg.com/en.aspx/Home/Index/11.02.2016/to/11.02.2017

Römerradrunde – the romans cycle trail 

  • Family friendly day trip in the valley of Lienz, approx. 15km long round tour for big and small, young and old.
  • Take a pit stopp at the church of Lavant or the old ruins of Aguntum. Many little cafes, pubes and resting areas are along the route.
  • Lienz→ Amlach→ Tristach→ Lavant→ Nikolsdorf→  Dölsach→ Aguntum→ Lienz
  • More information: www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/sports/cycling/biketours/a-drau-cycle-path

Iseltalweg – the Isel cycle trail

  • Covering some 29 kilometres in length and with an average incline of one percent, the Iseltal cycle trail is a great opportunity to leave the bustling little town of Lienz behind for a short time and ride easily to Matrei.
  • The cycle trail is mostly asphalt and there is just a small section of country road to negotiate to the final stop at Matrei.
  • Anyone who only wants to go one way by bike can avail of the bus connections which operate throughout the day, to get back to their departure point comfortably and safely.
  • Lienz→ St. Johann → Ruine Kienburg→ Huben→ Matei  → Lienz
  • More information: www.osttirol.com/en/experience-east-tyrol/sommerurlaub-osttirol/cycling/the-isel-cycle-trail.html