Group & Team Building Activity holidays in Lower Austria

From awe-inspiring mountain peaks, to be climbed and river gorges to be rafted in the summer season. It opens up a world of perfect event possibilities in Austria.

A host of opportunities are waiting to be discovered for your group, club or business.

Our colleagues at Deep Roots run the rafting, kayaking and canyoning experiences at Palfau in Lower Austria.

To make an enquiry or to book a group experience, use the link box at bottom of page.

Austria invites you to a true voyage of discovery.

We advise to always have travel insurance particularly when taking part in extreme sports.

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Perfect if you have health issues

Deep Roots – Adventures

Your rafting kayaking and outdoor camp in Palfau, Lower Austria

Deep Roots Adventures has, since 1998, been organising rafting in Palfau an der Salza.

This is in the Austrian State of Styria. (Steiermarkt) within easy access to 3 airports, Linz, Graz & Vienna.

The adventure camp for rafting is located at Palfau in the Nature park Eisenwurzen – part of the National Park Gesäuse.

Since 2005 they have also run the campsite Saggraben with it’s restaurant and pub “SÄLZAM”

This is directly at the main exit point of the River Salza. Here they also have the possibility to accommodate and look after large groups or clubs.

Deep Roots offer various packages to suit everyone from the individual to large groups or clubs.

Whether in combination with canyoning or an early bird trip in the morning, they have the right rafting package for everyone. Of course, they also offer exclusive “only you” tours for your group.

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Typical package example:

1 – 60 people

Overnight with breakfast in the Rafting camp
Available: 60 places
162 € per person per day + overnight accommodation. 5 day packages available.

Enjoy an exciting and wildly romantic full-day tour with a rafting boat or individual canoe, including a picnic snack on the banks of the River Salza! After the tour we go to the grill buffet for BBQ then to bed and breakfast in the camp.


Full day rafting tour on the Salza (raft or canoe)
Snack on the riverbank
BBQ buffet (all you can eat)

Overnight stay with breakfast (other overnight accommodations available on request)

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We can arrange pickup from the airport for your group or club.

For Students and Teacher groups

For Rafting kayaking. Our region offers ideal conditions for an unforgettable school sports week for Students and Teachers.

As a rule, each sports week is individually prepared and planned together with the teachers. You have the opportunity to put together a suitable variant from various sports offers, excursion destinations and accommodation.

Prices vary depending on activities, length of stay and transport costs.

We list only 1 itinerary for a school sports week here, but you can decide for you own.

For further possibilities of what type of schedule you would like for your school group, please contact us to create an individual itinery and price offer.

The Zellerhof Hotel – Lunz am See – Photo – Zellerhof

Rafting Kayaking

School sports week “The 4 elements”

Monday – Arrival

Visit to Kraushöhle Gams (largest gypsum crystal cave in Europe)
BB in the bed camp at campsite Saggraben


Rafting kayaking

Full day rafting tour on the Salza
Incl. Snack on the banks of the Salza
BB in the bed camp at campsite Saggraben


Visit the Palfauer Wasserlochklamm
Incl. lunch packet
Free afternoon
BB in the bed camp at campsite Saggraben


Hike through the Mendlingtal
Incl. lunch packet
Afternoon visit of the archery course Salzatal
BB in the bed camp at campsite Saggraben


Packed lunch and departure

Nearby village

Lunz am see is a popular small village with it’s own public swimming area at the lake with diving boards and picnic area. There is also a Stage for music performances.

Link for live Lunz webcam

Lunz am see – photo- Amazing Austria

Getting to Austria