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Ice Stock in Styrian Enns valley

Guests and locals love to gather at our ice lanes right here next to the hotel.

Ice Stock next to the Hotel

Our own ice rink is a popular gathering spot for a game of ice stock, a great opportunity to learn this traditional sport in a convivial setting.

And because the rink is floodlit, ice stock is also possible in the evening, for example after a sauna session or after your dinner.

Good Luck!

Landhotel Häuserl im Wald has been a mecca for ice-stock enthusiasts for decades. With its own winter and summer ice-stock area, the Häuserl im Wald provides an ideal setting for tournaments of every kind.

Are you looking for a fun, exciting outdoor activity with your friends, family, group or fellow club members? 
At the Häuserl im Wald, you will definitely find something perfect for you!

On your behalf, we will be happy to professionally organize ice-stock tournaments as well as the awards ceremony afterwards!

Rules of the Game - "Pinzgau-Style" 

Whether pure fun will be your focus, or you want to adhere strictly to the rules: that's something you and your group get to decide for yourselves.

Because summer and winter ice stock is a team sport, it is not about the individual ability of each player, but rather about performing well as a team!

  • At the beginning, a team leader is chosen, who then decides on the tactics and gives direction to the rest of the team. S/he is the so-called "Moar".
  • Each "stock" is aimed at a red cube, known as the "cat".
  • Since, in Pinzgau rules, points are not scored according to the Olympic system, the only goal of the game is to insure that your team's "stock" finishes closer to the "cat" than any of those of your opponents. Great fun is guaranteed!

Fun is guranteed!

1. District student tournament in curling

The Stocksports is very popular to the youth and host Christian Langanger has a special commitment so there is no need to make any worries about  juniors.

Christian Langanger speeks from minute 2:30

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