Numerous leisure time activities on a holiday in Bad Hall
There must be a certain level of variety on a spa and relaxation holiday! Numerous destinations near Bad Hall plus a broad sports programme add to the leisure time activities during your stay. Whether you want to stroll through the adjacent park in Bad Hall or dedicate your time to cultural highlights – there is something to be found for everyone.
Perfectly located in the middle of the alpine foothills and the tri-city area of Linz, Wels and Steyr, it offers an abundance of destinations to those spending their holiday in Bad Hall. A big plus is the good infrastructure, which is particularly apparent on the wonderfully structured town square with numerous pavement cafés inviting you to stay and linger. Another true highlight is the 35-hectare park – perfect for nature lovers, walkers, hikers and retreatists.
Enjoy the cultural offerings in Upper Austria
Culture in Bad Hall is of utmost importance! Combine pleasure – a relaxed, restorative holiday at the four-star Hotel Miraverde – with something inspiring and visit one of the numerous cultural events in Bad Hall and Upper Austria’s fascinating natural sceneries.
Visit one of the many events in Bad Hall at the town theatre. Visit one of the many events in Bad Hall at the town theatre and feel the cultural enrichment within the theatre from 1884. With its tradition of more than 100 years, it dominates the townscape. Famous artists such as Udo Jürgens, Otto Schenk and Peter Alexander performed at the theatre in Steyrerstraße. The annual operetta festival has been taking place since 1987 with the musical occupying a key spot in the event calendar since 1998.
The Benedictine abbey in Kremsmünster near Bad Hall is the region’s cultural highlight. Discover famous art treasures such as the Tassilo Chalice, the observatory and the natural scientific museum at the monastery, which is over 1,200 years old. Oenophiles and wine enthusiasts will feel particularly at home in the abbey’s wine cellar surrounded by exquisite wines.
A special nature experience: Kalkalpen National Park
The Kalkalpen National Park service point and the visitor centre are located in Molln, approx. 23 km away Bad Hall. Hikers, mountain bikers, riders and nature lovers can enjoy the untouched, protected beauty of Austria’s largest forest reserve at the national park in Upper Austria between Sensengebirge and Reichraminger Hintergebirge in many ways. 30 mammals, 80 breeding bird and 150 butterfly species plus more than 1,000 different plant species can be found here. Nature lovers will see, among other animals, otters, dormice, golden eagles and hawks on their horseback rides and cycling tours. The national park in Upper Austria focuses on sustainable tourism to facilitate a special nature experience in every season despite a diverse visitor’s programme while permanently protecting the wildlife.
Active holiday in Bad Hall at the four-star Hotel Miraverde
Sports near the Bad Hall thermal spa stands for challenge, variety, enjoyment and culture. Improve your fitness and push yourself to top performances or discover, quite comfortably with sports in Bad Hall, the appealing region in the Upper Austrian alpine foothills.
Five challenging courses can be found in close vicinity to Bad Hall. Reduced green fee included! The closest golf court, Golfclub Herzog Tassilo, is just a brief walk from Hotel Miraverde away.
GC HERZOG TASSILO
18-hole course directly outside Bad Hall, distance: 2 km
GOLF RESORT KREMSTAL
18-hole and 9-hole course, distance: 10 km
9-hole course in Kronstorf near Steyr, distance: 22 km
GC STÄRK LINZ ANSFELDEN
9- and 18-hole course right outside the regional capital Linz, distance: 18 km
18-hole course in Weyerbach, 7 km outside Wels in charming,
hilly scenery, distance: approx. 30 km
Extended walks and athletic hikes in the Upper Austrian alpine foothills are always an adventure. The Kalkalpen National Park contains various hiking trails. Here you hike surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna.
A special walking path system with numerous routes and tours ensures variety. Numerous trails and paths in varying levels of difficulty are offered in Bad Hall and its surroundings. Beginners and intermediates alike can “gain a stick hold”. A number of Nordic walking tours lead through and around Bad Hall into the region’s green heart. Asphalt and natural soil alternate while small, pre-alpine ascents and gentle plains offer variety.
Bad Hall is a paradise for cyclists. 12 cycling tracks around Bad Hall with a combined length of 400 km ensure a welcome diversion as well as big and small challenges for those that prefer to explore their neighbourhood on two wheels.