In the Ötztal valley there’s the Outdoor Course, an adventurous combination of high-rope course and forest course.
An outdoor course is a course of artificial obstacles at a height of 3 to 12 metres between the trees. Climbers and adventurers will find lots of adrenalin and action to let off steam. The Ötztal Outdoor Parcours was created amidst the Ötztal nature and offers numerous highlights.
Several Flying Foxes of up to 200 metres length lead over the Ötztaler Ache river and overcome an altitude difference of up to 30 metres. In the outdoor course you will also find a 50 metres long slackline, rope slides and the classic high-rope course. It is located in the municipality of Sautens and offers six courses with different levels of difficulty, while the forest rope course with more than 60 exercises is located on the other side of the river, in the municipality of Oetz.
And how to get there? Right, with the above mentioned Flying Foxes! By the way: There are also slackline workshops, fitness brunches and full moon nights on offer in the adventure park!
Where: between Sautens and Oetz in the Ötztal valley
Characteristics: unique combination of high-rope course and forest course
Further information: phone: +43 676 7107500, email@example.com
during summer months 2020