What is Bewegt am See?
Since 2004, the City Department Sports .. of the city of Innsbruck has organized an annual free summer sports day for the citizens of Innsbruck. On these days, the focus is on showing the wide range of possibilities for exercise and on getting to know new types of sports and sports facilities. In addition, "Bewegt am See" is also the start of the twelve-week " Bewegt im Park" series.
What is the goal of Bewegt am See?
The event "Bewegt am See" aims to arouse the interest of children, young people and all other Innsbruck residents of all ages and social classes in sports. In particular, it is intended to facilitate access to a wide variety of sports and also to clubs and associations.
Who can participate in the event?
From toddlers to senior citizens, all participants will find a suitable sport here. Of course, Innsbruck residents with physical or mental disabilities are also welcome. Staff from the Tyrolean Sports Association for the Disabled will be happy to provide advice and assistance. Participation is free of charge.
Which sports are offered?
The range of sports on offer is so large and varied that there is sure to be something for all exercise-hungry Innsbruck residents. From A as in air track to Z as in circus school, a wide range of sporting opportunities is on offer.
The event "Bewegt am See" is officially a Green Event. This means that in addition to the sporting get-together, the focus is also on economy, ecology, social issues and culture. Special attention is paid to climate-friendly catering and the avoidance of waste, as well as environmentally friendly travel to and from the event by public transport. In addition, the sports program is aimed at all age groups and especially at people with disabilities.
Moving by the lake vs. moving in the park
"Bewegt am See" is the kick-off event for twelve weeks of physical activity activities in Innsbruck. Many sports offered at "Bewegtim Park" can be tried out in advance at the Baggersee. A great opportunity to get informed or to get to know a new sport.
Last updated 29.11.2023