Fun and adventure for the whole family in the climbing gardens 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.
4 family-friendly climbing gardens in Ötztal
- Längenfeld/Oberried climbing garden: One highly recommended family-friendly climbing garden is Oberried, close to Längenfeld, which has both picnic areas and toilets. Don’t forget to bring a change of clothes for your kids - the nearby creek is perfect for playing in the water.
- Obergurgl KG Zirbenwald climbing garden: KG Zirbenwald in Obergurgl is a beautifully located, high alpine climbing garden. The routes are short and very well secured. The panorama view onto the snowy 3.000m high mountains is breathtaking!
- Oetz climbing garden:The climbing garden in Ötz provides a great choice of easy routes, particularly in the left and the very right side of the climbing garden. It is ideal for beginners and families!
- Sölden/Moosalm climbing garden: At the foot of the Brunnenkogel mountain, there is the Moosalm climbing garden in Sölden. You can combine climbing and hiking. The area is perfect for a day trip with the whole family!