Stick shooting or stick shooting on ice, is a sport that is particularly common in the Alpine region and has a certain similarity with curling. Nevertheless, the sport of stick shooting has its own focus, which can be considered independent of curling. Stick shooting is an ancient popular sport and historically belongs to a custom that only spread in areas with freezing waters and was only played in winter. In its modern form as a leisure or competitive sport, which is characterised by rules and clubs, it is played all year round and a distinction is made between team, distance and target competition.I
In the Hall-Wattens region, this popular popular sport can be played at the local recreation area Guggerinsel in Hall.
At the local recreation area Guggerinsel in Hall in Tirol there is the Stocksportverein Hall in Tirol. Contact person is Mr. Michael Zuschnig. If you are interested & register, please contact him: +43 (0)676/835846699
The asphalt track is run as an ice rink in winter - without guarantee!
Costs: € 3,00 per person with material
The space can also be used for companies/private events. Costs are always € 3,00 per person. Beginners will be instructed in the sport. A canteen provides for the physical well-being.
Address: Pigar 4, 6060 Hall in Tyrol
The Römerpark sports complex in Rum is located not far from Hall in Tyrol and offers great sports facilities, including curling.
The sports facility is embedded in a 5,000 m² park with a pond landscape, artificial turf pitch and a spacious play and rest area. For curling there are 5 lanes available in summer and winter. Since 1998 there has been an open artificial ice arena in winter.
Artificial ice operation hours:
Tuesday, Friday and Sunday from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Operating hours asphalt operation:
Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm
either on site the Tuesday before, by e-mail or through a member of the board.
Costs for guests:
Stock rental fee: € 2,50 per evening
With artificial ice an additional € 2.50 per person
Summer break from end of school until 15 August
Contact person: Walter Schauer, Phone: 0043 5223 49 22 20 (in the evening)