AQUA DOME -> Fischbach Bridge -> Chapel of St. John of Nebumuk -> Fire Department House -> AQUA DOME
Distance 2.2 km
This small but nice round offers itself to get to know the place. The starting point is behind the Aqua Dome at the small bridge. Here the Fischbach flows into the Ötztaler Ache. Follow the river side (near Aqua Dome) to the main road which you cross. This path was dedicated to the painter Albin Egger Lienz, who has been burying many summer months in Längenfeld. On the opposite side continue straight ahead until you reach the wooden bridge. Here you change the river bank to another bridge. Now keep left now. Immediately a small chapel comes into view. This was renovated a few years ago a. For a short while, follow the road to the next junction on the left. Here you get back to the bridge which was crossed before. The way back you now take the river side on which you are now back to the starting point.
Find out a lot about the painter Albin Egger-Lienz from the information boards along the way.
AuthorÖtztal Tourismus Büro Längenfeld
Update: August 08, 2021
Safety informationPlease inform yourself about the conditions and status of the respective winter hiking trail at Ötztal Tourismus.
T +43 5 72 00 300
Tips and hintsMore details about winter hiking in Ötztal:
Getting thereArriving by car leads holidaymakers over the Inntal to the valley entrance and further along the Ötztal. In addition to the motorway can also be used on rural roads. With the route planner, your journey can be quickly and easily determined. To the route planner: https://www.google.at/maps
ParkingThe following parking facilities are available in Längenfeld:
- Sports center - (icerack) - free of charge
- Opposite the Ötztal Tourismus (small number of parking spaces) free of charge
32T 649032 5214927
Author’s map recommendations
EquipmentIt is recommended to wear hiking equipment such as outdoor clothing, weather-resistant outdoor clothing, ankle-high mountain boots, wind, rain and sun protection, cap and gloves.
Basic Equipment for Winter Hiking
- Sturdy, comfortable and waterproof hiking boots appropriate for winter use (B1+ recommended)
- Layered, moisture wicking clothing
- Long, warm technical socks plus liners and spares
- Rucksack (with rain cover)
- Water- and windproof mountaineering jacket and trousers with ankle adjustment or separate gaiters
- Lip protection (SPF 30+)
- Water- and windproof gloves plus thin fleece inner gloves
- moisture wicking skull / knit cap
- Ample supply of drinking water and snacks
- First aid kit
- Blister kit
- Bivy / survival bag
- Survival blanket
- Pocket knife
- Cell phone
- Navigation equipment / map and compass
- Emergency contact details
Technical Equipment for Winter Hiking
- Hiking poles fitted with snow baskets
- Trail ‘spike’ crampons at minimum and a basic ice axe are recommended when covering steeper terrain
- The 'basic' and 'technical' equipment lists are generated based on the selected activity. They are not exhaustive and only serve as suggestions for what you should consider packing.
- For your safety, you should carefully read all instructions on how to properly use and maintain your equipment.
- Please ensure that the equipment you bring complies with local laws and does not include restricted items.
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