The Flying Fox & Rope Course Längenfeld can be found between rocks and trees instead - as normal - between the treetops.
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The Ötztal valley also offers its own climbing adventure in the form of a natural high-rope course. The Flying Fox & Rope Course Längenfeld (Flying Fox- & Seilparcours Längenfeld, in German) is composed of varied climbing and fun elements between rocks and trees. From there you’ll have a stunning view on the valley basin of Längenfeld - a head for heights, however, is required!
Ropes, nets and wooden elements can be found between the rocks, whereas three Flying Fox routes of up to 80 metres in length make you fly through the air. Also via ferrata and abseiling passages are included. For maximum security, the adventurers are accompanied by the professional guides of the Alpin-Guide alpine school or of Activsport Alpin.
One round along this natural high-rope course takes approximately 4 hours, secured by a totally new developed security system. By the way: The Rope Course Längenfeld is also highly suitable for the descent from the Reinhard Schiestl Via Ferrata, or can be combined with a MTB tour in the Ötztal Alps or a visit to the Längenfeld Thermal Baths called “Aqua Dome”.
Where: above the valley floor of Längenfeld, Ötztal valley
Characteristics: natural high-rope course with via ferrata and abseiling passages
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Opening hours: from spring to autumn 2020
upon request (depending on group size)