Central & individual – a valley of superlatives
Anyone who thinks the Ötztal has nothing to offer has probably never been here. The Wildspitze, the highest mountain in Tyrol, is located in the middle of the Ötztal Alps. Altogether there are 250 3,000 meter high mountains in the valley. In Umhausen you can marvel at the mightiest waterfall in the country and Obergurgl is the highest inhabited church village in Austria. Exactly 99 alpine huts adorn the colorful and species-rich mountain region, whether in summer or winter.
Varied offer in summer
Whether you are camping with the whole family, as a couple or with friends, the sports and leisure opportunities are almost unlimited. In addition, Camping Sölden is in a top location, so that you can design your holiday individually and still not have to do without anything. Climbing, cycling, swimming, rafting, kayaking or other outdoor sports …
The Ötztal leaves nothing to be desired. In addition to the outstanding offer, various cultural highlights and events await you, so that neither adventurers, sports fanatics nor nature lovers will miss out. To round off the most beautiful time of the year, you are right in the middle of the action with the Ötztal Card. The most important highlights and special features are included in this menu.
The Ötztal has always been in demand, as it seems. Stone Age hunters roamed the high mountains of the Innerötztal 9,000 years ago. This was confirmed in 1991 with the important find by Ötzi, the glacier mummy. But it was not until 550 that the decisive settlement of the Ötztal from the north by the Bavarians took place. The valley was first mentioned in a document from the 12th century: It describes the Ötztal as “Ezital”.
Temperatures to feel good
The approximately 65 kilometer long alpine valley consists of the communities Sautens, Ötz, Umhausen, Längenfeld and Sölden. Despite the alpine location, the area has a very mild climate. This is primarily due to the Tschirgant, a mountain that protects the valley from the cool north winds and the south winds that warm up when crossing the mountain slopes.
Great place in summer. Clean and centrally located. Mountain railways practically around the corner.
FAQs – worth knowing
Here you will find answers to the most important questions. If you have any questions, write us.
Public transport in the Ötztal is very popular and runs to numerous stops between Ötztal train station and the end of the valley at short intervals. The nearest bus stop is just 50 meters far from the campsite.
With the free guest card, which can be made available to you on request at the reception, you will receive discounts on regular bus transports through the Ötztal valley.
FREE TRAVEL on public transports on presentation of the free guest card, which can be made available to you on request at the reception, or with alpine ski clothing for winter sports in the period from October to May. This special service and inclusive benefit applies from Check-In to Check-Out at the accommodation.
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You can buy the Ötztal Card at our reception. The Ötztal Premium Card is not available on our campsite.
Summer is the best time to explore the whole valley with the Ötztal Card. The leisure activities range from water sports in Area 47 to the stone-age museum Ötzi-Dorf in Umhausen. You can also discover the countless hiking trails and relax on the fresh mountain air. More leisure offers can be found here.