PUBLIC SWIMMING BATHS HECHTSEE LAKE.
For many Kufsteiners the pike dive into Hechtsee lake simply belongs to the summer. Hechtsee lake is the largest bathing lake in the surrounding of Kufstein of drinking water quality, at an average mild temperature of about 24° C in summer. Moreover, its visitors will doubtlessly be enchanted by the impressive view of the surrounding mountains.
WHEELCHAIR USERS – WATCH OUT!
ACCESSIBLE BATHING – FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES.
Wheelchair users too, can enjoy their bath day at Hechtsee lake without any problems, thanks to a disabled access fixed to the boardwalk. Cautiously, a sophisticated mechanism brings the wheelchair up to the optimal level to glide into the water. Consequently, everyone can enjoy a relaxing bath day. We want to fulfil everyone’s needs while staying here.
Only the sky is the limit, this is also true for culinary matters. Hechtsee lake restaurant as well as the self-service restaurant in the public swimming baths are accessible for people with special needs.
NOT ONLY FOR CHILDREN.
In our public swimming bath you can do a lot more than just swimming. Apart from a spacious sunbathing area and a large-scale playing ground (straight away your kids will spot the fantastic pirate ship!) Hechtsee lake has got a lot to offer: an all-round variety of sport facilities for young and old. The sports-minded ones can play table tennis, beach volleyball or water volleyball. Not enough of activities? Then why not rent a boat in our boat-house? And time will fly…. a pleasure for the whole family!
SWIMMING IN HECHTSEE LAKE.
Owing to numerous trees in our sun bathing area, you can enjoy even the hottest summer in a leafy bower. Whereas genuine sun worshippers can cover their expenses by using the large boardwalk as sun lounger. Allow yourself an ice-cream or a cappuccino in between! Our self-service restaurant in the public swimming baths offers you a good choice of coffee and cakes, small meals and healthy salads. And you can let your bath day come to an end with a glass of prosecco and a glance at the lake. Who could ask for more? …