Three archery clubs, three archery courses and one archery sports shop - it's no wonder that Kirchberg in Tyrol is predestined for the title "Archery Village" and lives this out to the fullest. NOW ALSO IN WINTER!!!
The archery sport in Kirchberg has developed immensely in summer, over the last few years. In the meantime, the Lakota Archery Club at the Filzerhof, the Kirchberg Archery Club in Bockern and the Avalon Archery Club in Aschau each have their own highly valued courses. Events, company events and archery for guests takes place on all of the courses. The necessary equipment is supplied by Georg Baumann from his shop "Bogensport Gigl".
Archery is now also possible in winter, in Kirchberg. The Lakota Archery Club at the Filzerhof has made their course suitable for winter!
Winter course at the Filzerhof
The new winter course, 2014/2015, with 21 3D-targets can be walked on and used as of now! Red pegs adults according to the IFAA, blue pegs youths or adults and green pegs children!
The course is situated at an altitude of 1,150m with magnificent views of the Brixen valley, Sperten valley and Großachen valley. The starting point in winter is approx. 150 m above the Filzerhof, into the left after the S-bend!
Info * 21 targets * Refreshment point * Beautiful panorama * Duration approx. 3 hours
Winter Course Prices
€ 7 Adults from 18 years
€ 3 Youths from 14 to 17 years
Children up to 13 years free (must be accommpanied by an adult)
It can happen, that due to a heavy snowfall, the course is not accessible as mobility is difficult. Up-to date information on closed roads / trails is always available on the Lakota Archery Club (BSV Lakota) Homepage. http://www.bsv-lakota.at
The course is located at an altitude of approx. 1150 m above sea level with a fantastic view of the Brixen, Sperten and Großachental. Our tipiplatz with shooting range is the starting point and end point of the course round and is close to the parking lots.