The valley’s main destination is Sölden with its outstanding glacier skiing on Rettenbach and Tiefenbach. 34 ski lifts, 3000-meter high peaks, 150 kilometers of slopes and superb snow conditions throughout winter make skiing and snowboarding here a unique experience.
The Ötztal Alps also make for first-class hiking and rock climbing. New is the Ötztal Trek, which consists of 22 stages with a total elevation gain of 30,000 meters and 15 different options for hikers and rock climbers. Mountain bikers can choose from 860 kilometers of designated trails.
Therme Längenfeld and the Aqua Dome in Längenfeld offer spa treatments and water fun for all ages. Area47 is the ultimate outdoor adventure playground for all adrenaline rush junkies.
The Ötztal offers a wide range of accommodation choices, including everything from top hotels to comfortable apartments and simple private rooms.
More detailed information provided by the Tourist Board
The Ötztal valley is one of Tirol´s jewels.
If you leave the A12 highway or the B171 federal road toward the Ötztal valley, you will get a notion of how fantastic this region is. 250 mountains more than 3,000 m high (including Austria´s highest mountain, the "Wildspitze"), the largest glacier ski area in the Eastern Alps and Tirol´s tallest waterfall form a landscape of majestic beauty. Come and discover Tirol´s longest side valley (60 km) and take advantage of the many activities in this region of superlatives...
There is no valley like the Ötztal valley...
Plenty of snow in a ski area that extends up to 3,249 meters, vast ski terrain for all ability levels, state-of-the-art ski lifts, 150 kms of cross-country skiing trails, 200 kms of winter hiking trails, cozy ski huts, night life, sledding, night skiing, wellness facilities, relaxation.