Climbing parks in Ötztal
Ötztal is a worthwhile holiday destination both in winter and summer. It is 67km long and located in the middle of the Ötztal Alps. In Ötztal, you can find Tirol’s highest waterfall, Stuibenfall, and Austria’s second highest mountain, the Wildspitze (3.772m). Ötztal is well known for its beautiful and versatile possibilities for climbing. Both families with kids and seasoned climbers will find suitable climbs in Ötztal. If you don’t want to go climbing, you can go rafting, canyoning, kayaking, canoeing or visit the Aqua Dome thermal bath in Längenfeld or the Piburger See lake close to Oetz.
Adventure and action in one of three climbing parks in Ötztal
- Area 47: The Area 47 climbing park has Austria’s highest artificial climbing wall. On the bridge pier, there is a 27m high vertical lead wall with routes in all difficulties. You can also go bouldering in a bouldering cave next to the lake or go deep water soloing on the bouldering wall at the lakeside. You can also go there when it rains.
- Oetz – Feelfree climbing tower: You can find the 10m high Feelfree climbing tower in the Feelfree Adventure Center of the 4-star Nature Resort in Oetz. You can try out climbing there!
- Sautens nature high rope garden:The Sautens nature high rope garden guarantees a lot of fun and adventure in well secured parkours. Professional guides give safety instructions and do individually safety checks at the start. You can stop at any station of the parkour.