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Area 47 Oetztal

The Area 47 in the Oetztal valley is considered the largest outdoor playing field of Europe.

Amazing 66,000 sqm large is the areal of the Area 47 at the entrance of the Oetztal valley, strictly speaking in Oetztal-Bahnhof, a village that belongs to Haiming. The area consists of different parts: Outdoor Area, Climbing Area, Water Area, Wake Area, Offroad Area, Living Area, Event Area and Food Area. As you might notice, this leisure facility is meant to combine swimming, climbing, events and much more.

However, let's take a closer look at the single areas: in the Outdoor Area you can try canyoning, rafting and caving. The Climbing Area offers one of the most impressive climbing facilities all over Europe. Experts such as Mike Gabl and his team played an active part in planning this facility, offering the highest artificial climbing wall of Austria, a boulder cave and a deep water soloing bouldering wall. Furthermore you can experience climbing in the high-rope course in about 27 m height. New in 2020 is the offer to bungee jump from the 94 m high Benni Raich Bridge. Now we proceed to the Water Area which offers bathing pleasure on 20,000 sqm at the bathing lake, including a water-slide park, Blobbing and Cannonball. And wakeboarding is possible in the Wake Area. One day is undoubtedly not enough!

The Freeride Area, however, is the cross-field for professionals and newcomers with courses which were planned by the famous Randy Mennenga who is also responsible for the X-Fighter Series of Red Bull. A paradise for mountain bike and E-motocross! The offers are completed by concerts, parties and sporting events at the River Haus Bar and the Open-Air Party Area (both part of the Event Area), the Food Area with the Argentinian BBQ Restaurant and the Lakeside Restaurant, and the Living Area with its double bed rooms, lodges and teepees.

Where: at Ötztal-Bahnhof, a village belonging to Haiming
Characteristics: Europe's largest outdoor playground with many superlatives: the highest high-rope course in the world, the highest artificial climbing wall of Austria etc.
Further information: phone: +43 5266 87676,

Opening hours: from June 26 to October 4, 2020
Water Area: from June 26 daily from 10 am to 6 pm resp. 7 pm
Wake Area: from May 30 daily from noon time resp. 2 pm to 7 pm resp. 8 pm
Outdoor Area/ Climbing Area / Freeride Area: by reservation

Tickets (adults):
Water Area: 26.00 - 27.00 Euros (day ticket, depending on the season), family ticket available
Wake Area: 43.00 Euros (day ticket) / 23.00 Euros (1 hour)
Outdoor Area: 62.00 (rafting, Imst Gorge) / 96.00 Euros (Canyoning College)
Climbing Area: 28.00 (Flying Fox) / 48.00 Euros (high-rope course)
Freeride Area: 63.00 (MTB all ride) / 85.00 Euros (E-motocross)

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