Winter sports enthusiasts can hardly wait until the time comes round again for their winter holiday in the Tyrol. Winter sports fans can spend a varied winter holiday in the Tyrol in the Ötztal every year, including ideal ski runs for the entire family, but also sufficient black pistes and ski routes for individualists. Three completely different Ötztal skiing areas make a winter holiday in the Tyrol a fantastic skiing experience. The Sölden-Hochsölden skiing area is internationally renowned and the venue for the initial rounds of the annual Alpine Ski World Cup. The Obergurgl - Hochgurgl skiing area is just as well known. This family-orientated skiing area around Ötz is particularly popular with families and beginners. Small, cosy ski runs for a winter holiday in the Tyrol can also be found in Vent, Niederthai and Gries.
Apart from alpine and cross-country skiing, Ötztal has much to offer during a varied winter holiday in the Tyrol. You will also find peace and quiet in the pristine winter landscape of the Ötztal during your winter holiday in the Tyrol. One particularly relaxing way to discover the idyllic winter landscape and the largely unspoiled natural environment of the area is on a walking or snowshoe tour. There are many kilometres of signposted walking trails criss-crossing this winter wonderland in the Tyrol. Winter holiday to dream of. Sledging is another attraction of a winter break in Ötztal. There are a lot of toboggan runs, some of which are romantically illuminated after dark, providing fun for young and old The longest toboggan run of up to 7 km can be found in Niederthai-Horlachtal.
Ötztal is also good for complete relaxation by taking advantage of one of the numerous spa packages. The central facility is the AQUA DOME - the Tyrol Längenfeld spa boasts two large thermal baths containing sulphur mineral water at temperatures of 34°C and 36°C respectively, inviting visitors to take a healthy dip. You can see that a winter holiday in the Tyrol is a very varied experience, especially in Ötztal.