See, Hear, Smell and Feel
Längenfeld Nature Park House
See, hear, smell, touch. The Längenfeld Nature Park House gives visitors the opportunity to discover the beautiful Ötztal Valley with all their senses. Its state-of-the-art exhibition showcases the…
Further Activities in the Ötztal Nature Park
on mapNature Park Walk: Vent – Ramolalm
Starting point: VentView tour description
Elevation uphill: 481m
Approximate hiking time: 3 h 9 min
Difficulty rating: intermediate (red mountain trails)
on mapÖtztal Trek
Long Distance Path
Starting point: Ötztal BahnhofView tour description
Elevation uphill: 17,213m
Duration: 23 day(s)
Difficulty rating: difficult (black trails)
Nature Park Villages in the Ötztal Valley
Action from the river to the piste: Haiming lies in the Upper Inntal Valley, between the town of Imst and the Mieminger Plateau, near the entrance to the Ötztal Valley.
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…
Oetz is a small village located on the valley floor between the sites of two ancient rockslides. It lies at the start of the Ötztal Valley, in the shadow of the mighty Acherkogel mountain.
The popular holiday village of Sautens can be found at the entrance to the Ötztal Valley, at the foot of the mighty 3,008m Acherkogel mountain.
Sölden is a big place with big ambitions. The many glaciers, mountains and meadows which surround it on all sides make Sölden the largest municipality in Austria with a surface area of 466.97 square…
Umhausen is a collection of villages and hamlets home to a total of 3,100 inhabitants. This municipality lies in the Ötztal Valley and borders on the Stubai Alps to the west.