In Oetztal Valley, visitors can look forward to a rich and varied offering of hiking and mountainbike trails, supplemented by action-packed activities, like rafting or canyoning.
In one of the largest side valleys of the Inn River Valley, a diverse hiking paradise with numerous themed routes awaits holidaymakers. The Oetztal Trek offers 22 stages and another 15 variants, with a total distance of 400 kilometres to cover. Enjoy a hike along the regional route of the Eagle Path, on a section of Jacob’s Trail, or along the Apple Road in Haiming. If you enjoy climbing, you’ll find whatever you desire in Oetztal Valley with its 17 climbing parks, offering around 600 individual routes.
Discovering Oetztal Valley
Oetztal Valley awaits with a varied offering for cycling enthusiasts - from leisurely outings to single trails and spectacular rubble tours. Oetztal Valley has more than 860 kilometres of mountainbike trails to offer for amazing journeys of discovery. Sölden is also the starting point of the spectacular Oetztal Cycle Marathon event: In this race, participants travel a total of 5,500 altitude metres along a distance of 238 kilometres.
Action and relaxation
The region has much to offer for swimmers and sun worshippers: In addition to numerous public swimming facilities, there are Lake Piburg and the swimming lakes at AREA 47 and in Umhausen. A visit to the Aqua Dome, the thermal baths at Längenfeld, is an adventure not to be missed! AREA 47, situated at the entrance to Oetztal Valley, offers some unique outdoor experiences: Try your hand at rafting, canyoning or climbing - to mention just a few of the many exciting offers at this leisuretime park. Numerous trip destinations, like the ‘Hollow Rock’, a hunter and herder station dating back to the Stone Age, or Stuiben Falls, Tirol’s largest waterfall, are most definitely worth a visit.