You’ve got your eye on the bear, you’ve got your fingers on the bowstring, and your concentration is reaching new heights. The arrow is whizzing through the air towards the target and: Yes, you’ve done it – one shot, one hit! Archery isn’t just a great form of exercise for the body, it also challenges your mind and focus. During an excursion to Wurbauerkogel, you’ve got the opportunity to experience something exceptional with friends and family.
Besides the bull’s eyes at the practice area, several 3D animals on idyllic hiking trails in a beautiful natural setting are waiting for you to practice your aiming skills. Where’s the chamois buck? Behind which tree does the stag hide? Between which bushes does the shy wolf sneak around? On the 3D archery course on Wurbauerkogel, beginners and advanced get to feel like true archery pros thanks to three-dimensional animal mockups.
In the mood to try something new and spend some enjoyable moments in nature with your loved ones? At the practice area – protected from the sun with a canvas awning – aspiring archers can also look forward to additional adventure stations. For instance, you can give blowgun target practice, tomahawk throwing or hand-held catapults a try. What’s more, the panorama loop leads families through forests and meadows on their “hunt” for various 3D targets.
A stag here, a fox there, and way over there a big brown bear – on the 3D archery course on Wurbauerkogel, school groups and other teams or clubs can feel like skilled huntsmen. Together, you can hike along signposted trails, go on a hunt for wild boars, and never lose sight of what matters most: Concentration and teamwork are the secret sauce for finding and hitting the various 3D targets …
The motto for school and team events on Wurbauerkogel: “When you’ve got bow and arrow in your hands – give it your best shot!” Spend exciting moments as a group, and strengthen your team spirit on the 3D archery course!
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