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Snow shoe and winter walking

Impressive winter activities for nature lovers

Come to the silence of winter white nature. The increasingly popular winter sports of winter walking and snowshoeing offer both active and relaxing moments. About 50 kilometres of groomed and marked winter walking trails provide ample opportunity to enjoy the winter away from the slopes and bustle. With snowshoes on your feet, you can conquer untouched snowy landscapes and get to know the Ötztal winter from a particularly impressive angle. For inexperienced snowshoers and those who enjoy walking in a group there is the opportunity to participate with us in guided snowshoe walks.

 

 

Tour-Tips

Gaislachalm
Gaislachalm - Silbertal
Description

Walk to Gaislachalm / Silbertal / Sonneck: Of course, the Alm also has open restaurants in winter.

Difficulty & Details

Duration:

2,00 h

Brunnenbergalm
Brunnenbergalm
Description

Walk to Brunnenbergalm.

It should be noted that this Alm is not managed in winter, so you will need to bring your own food and drink.

Difficulty & Details

Duration:

2,00 h

Ötztaler Ache
Ötztaler Ache
Description

A confortable stroll in Sölden along the Ötztaler Ache, ideal for beginners.
Of course you can also participate in a guided snowshoeing tour.

Difficulty & Details

Duration:

3/4 h