Längenfeld in winter, © Ötztal Tourismus
© Längenfeld in winter, © Ötztal Tourismus
Längenfeld in summer, © Ötztal Tourismus/Lukas Ennemoser
© Längenfeld in summer, © Ötztal Tourismus/Lukas Ennemoser

Längenfeld


The residents of Längenfeld knew about the soothing effects of spring water as early as the 16th century. Back then, the local farmers would soothe their weary limbs in "Badln". Today Längenfeld is home to the Aqua Dome, state-of-the-art spa resort.

What better feeling than escaping the cold Tirolean winter by lowering yourself into a pool filled with water warmed to just above body temperature, relaxing your muscles and letting your eyes slowly wander from one mountain peak to the next?

The residents of Längenfeld knew about the soothing effects of spring water as early as the 16th century. At the time the small huts where farmers would dip their weary limbs into the fresh water were known simply as “Badln” (“little baths”), before later being developed into much grander “sanatoriums”. Today, Längenfeld is home to Aqua Dome, a luxurious spa famous well beyond the borders of Tirol and offering locals and tourists alike an unforgettable relaxation experience.

However, the future didn’t always look as rosy as today. In the 1970s the sulphur spring dried up completely. It wasn’t until recent times that modern technology made it possible to once again transport the water from a depth of almost 1,900 metres to the earth’s surface and directly into the three iconic levitating bowls. The Aqua Dome in Längenfeld, the largest municipality in the Ötztal Valley, is the only thermal spa in Tirol and is also the largest employer in the region.


The surrounding mountain peaks are reflected in the surface of the glass tower which stands in the middle of three levitating bowls., © Ötztal Tourismus
Peak performance

The surrounding mountain peaks are reflected in the surface of the glass tower which stands in the middle of three levitating bowls.

Advanced skiers and snowboarders can take the skibus to nearby Sölden, while the Längenfeld-Gries ski area is perfect for beginners and children to practise., © Ötztal Tourismus/Ewald Schmid
First turns

Advanced skiers and snowboarders can take the skibus to nearby Sölden, while the Längenfeld-Gries ski area is perfect for beginners and children to practise.

The Aqua Dome’s saunas are by no means the only opportunity to work up a sweat in Längenfeld. The region offers many hiking and running trails also accessible in winter as well as a network of mountain bike rides, cross-country skiing routes and rock climbing areas. After all, a visit to the spa feels so much better after a day out and about in the mountains! (The photo shows the Lehner Wasserfall via ferrata.), © Ötztal Tourismus/Bernd Ritschel
Sweat it out

The Aqua Dome’s saunas are by no means the only opportunity to work up a sweat in Längenfeld. The region offers many hiking and running trails also accessible in winter as well as a network of mountain bike rides, cross-country skiing routes and rock climbing areas. After all, a visit to the spa feels so much better after a day out and about in the mountains! (The photo shows the Lehner Wasserfall via ferrata.)

The Ötztaler Sagenweg is a themed hiking trail in summer and toboggan run in winter telling many myths and legends from the region. The Feuersteinhütte in Huben is a good place to relax afterwards, while the adjacent chapel is popular with local couples wishing to get married in front of a spectacular backdrop., © Ötztal Tourismus
On the trail of myths and legends

The Ötztaler Sagenweg is a themed hiking trail in summer and toboggan run in winter telling many myths and legends from the region. The Feuersteinhütte in Huben is a good place to relax afterwards, while the adjacent chapel is popular with local couples wishing to get married in front of a spectacular backdrop.

This 83m long and 220m hanging bridge connects Brand with Burgstein and even offers a special walkway for dogs., © Ötztal Tourismus/Lukas Ennemoser
Nerves of steel

This 83m long and 220m hanging bridge connects Brand with Burgstein and even offers a special walkway for dogs.

In the middle of the shimmering Lake Winkelbergsee lie three small islands., © Ötztal Tourismus
Magical

In the middle of the shimmering Lake Winkelbergsee lie three small islands.

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