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Swimming and bathing

Water fun for your summer holidays

Lots of bathing lakes and swimming pools are accessible from our hotels and provide that well-needed cool down on hot summer days. Soak up some sun, read, play ball, feast on a delicious ice cream and then back in the water - a swimming day like this is, plain and simply, good for the soul.
Children especially love the water and what could please mum and dad more than the shining eyes of their children and the delighted laughter of their loved ones? Most of the swimming pools in the region have water slides and great offers for children - we are happy to give you information about all the possibilities.

Swimming pools

Swimming pool in Schladming Dachstein
The following swimming pools are near the Keinprecht hotels: 
  • Schladming Adventure Pool - open-air swimming pool and indoor pool with 66 m of slides, lazy rivers, waterfalls, air jets and a special pool for children.  
  • Panorama Swimming Pool Gröbming - open-air swimming pool with sports and adventure pool, wide water slide, diving platform and baby pool
  • Outdoor Adventure Pool Haus/Ennstal - open-air swimming pool with giant slide and beach volleyball court  
  • Thermal springs in the area: Therme Amadé in Altenmarkt/Pg. (approx. 20 min. from Schladming), Grimming Therme in Bad Mitterndorf (approx. 40 min. from Schladming)


Bathing lakes

Bathing lakes
Be tempted by natural bathing fun in bathing lakes in our area: 
  • Freizeitpark Pichl - bathing lake and large children's playground, children's pool, bouncy castle, football, table tennis, beach volleyball court 
  • Putterersee Aigen - natural moorland bathing lake with jetty and towers, island, beach volleyball and football field, trampoline, rowing boats and much, much more. 
  • More bathing lakes in Donnersbach, St. Nikolai, Reitdorf... 
  • Grundlsee - 1 hour drive to the Salzkammergut, but the Grundlsee, the largest natural lake in Styria is more than worth it 

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