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Pump track facility

Pure exercise on the latest Kaiserau pump track facility

 

Open: from May to October (only in summer)
Status: Closed

A new trend for young and old is now also conquering the Kaiserau...

What can you imagine by this? It's a circular wave track with steep bends that can be ridden on a bike, skateboard, longboard or scooter. And it's all free of charge! 

How does pump tracking work? 

The forward movement takes place without pedal drive and also without pedalling! The aim is to generate momentum by simply "pulling and pushing" with your legs and arms. Sounds difficult? But it's not - because you'll get the hang of it after the first few trial laps and it's great fun!

 

 

A unique sense of movement that not only trains balance and coordination skills, but is also addictive ... 

 

  • What is trained?
  • Anticipatory driving
  • Coordination
  • Utilising centrifugal forces
  • Dynamic locomotion,
  • Sdriving
  • Focus training
  • Concentration
  • Strength and endurance 
  • and much more. 
Kaiserau pump track facility (c) Tanja Brunthaler
Kaiserau pump track facility (c) Tanja Brunthaler
Kaiserau pump track facility (c) Tanja Brunthaler
Kaiserau pump track facility (c) Tanja Brunthaler
Construction of the new Kaiserau pump track facility

The Kaiserau has one more attraction: thanks to the excellent support of PZ Pumptrack Austria, we were able to create another attraction for our young guests on the Kaiserau high plateau.

Pump track construction (c) PZP
Pump track construction (c) PZP
Pump track construction (c) PZP
Pump track construction (c) PZP
Pump track construction (c) PZP
Pump track construction (c) PZP
Pump track construction (c) PZP
Pump track construction (c) PZP