Haiming at the entrance of the Oetztal valley is known as the outdoor centre of Tyrol and as meeting point for rafting enthusiasts.
Altitude: 670 m a.s.l.
Haiming is made up of several localities, including the main village, Oetztal-Bahnhof, and hamlets such as Haimingerberg and Ochsengarten. This area was already settled in the 8th century BC, a fact that is proven by a urn field finding. Today, however, it is a popular outdoor centre.
The main attractions in summer are rafting tours on the Inn river, in the Imst Gorge and on the Oetztaler Ache. But in order to live up to its reputation as outdoor centre of Tyrol, Haiming offers much more: Here you can also try kayaking, bungee jumping, canyoning, paragliding or climbing. The best place for it is the Area 47 with its Water, Wake, Climbing and Freeride Area - it is considered the largest outdoor leisure park of Austria.
If you like it more calm, however, you can enjoy swimming at the forest pool or skating along the Apple Road. The component locality Haimingerberg is located only a stone's throw from the village of Kühtai, which turns in winter into the highest located skiing area of Austria. Simply stroll and enjoy? Than we recommend the Haiming Market Days, which take place in aumtumn and in which you may taste local delicacies such as bacon, cheese, home-made bread, and the apple juice that is produced at Haiming: It bears the "Qualität Tirol" quality mark.