The Flying Fox & Rope Course Längenfeld can be found between rocks and trees instead - as normal - between the treetops.
Image gallery: Flying Fox & Rope Course Längenfeld
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) 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 3 Flying Fox routes of up to 80 m 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. 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.
Despite careful control we cannot guarantee the correctness of the provided data.
€ 84.00 per person (min. 3 persons)