An association of young people between 16 and their late 30s who live and work in Gurgl and want to make a difference there. The declared goal of the association, which has been registered since 2021, is to revitalise summer tourism, but also to improve leisure time and infrastructure for the local...
THE SWEETNESSOF BEE-ING
GOAS:GURGL FARM CHEESE DAIRY
“Rosi, Frida, Nelke, Reaparle ...”, when Maria and Martin Grüner talkabout their animals, they get into raptures. 40 mountain goats, twodonkeys a herd of mountain sheep, a coop full of chickens and the dogMonk have found a loving home.
From a Farming Community to a Tourist destination
Amazing natural beauty is found in abundance at the Ötztal Nature Park. With its exciting fauna and pristine landscapes, the park makes for a wonderful day out for the whole family. Naturpark Haus is home toan exhibition that showcases this magic beauty of nature.
Head Into The Backcountry
Backcountry skiing offers an escape from the crowdsand a chance to enjoy hidden powder stashes, solitude,and unparalleled natural beauty. Andrä Aste knows about the magic of backcountry skiing as well as the risks that come with it.
MAIR'S BERRY GARDEN
From traditional taverns to nature-oriented holiday experiences in theTyrolean mountains. The Gerhardhof in Wildermieming is not just any campsite. It is a place for great adventures, wild discoveries and pure relaxation. And all around it, nothing but meadows, pine forests and mountains.
a glimpse into the history book
A BICYCLE AT3,OOO METERSABOVE SEA LEVEL
There are plenty of exciting old tales and legends about Ötztal. But there are also some modern-day stories that amaze and astonish. One of them is theaccount of the mysterious bicycle that was found on a glacier at 3,000 meters above sea level. Ötztaler Heimatmuseum has the story.
The Warmth of Wool
Natural wool is a wonderful fiber. The Regensburger family, who owns and runs the Ötztaler Schafwollzentrum, a wool processing and manufacturing business,is passionate about the softness, warmth, insulation and breathability that natural wool provides.
WHEN NAZ RULES
Creaking wood, rough stone, yellowed paper. The air smells musty with a hint of smoke. Ötztal's Heritage Museum and museum custodian Christian tell the story of the valley's past.
The Art of Grooming Slopes
The Healing Power of Nature
Rugged rock formations, imposing mountains, luxuriant forests and pristine moorlands: Tirol is known for its scenic natural beauty. Obergurgl is home to a uniquely pristine gem: the Obergurgl Stone Pine Forest.