Situated close to the beginning of the stunning Ötztal valley in Austria, right next to the outdoor Mecca of Oetz and a short drive from the Capital of the Alps, Innsbruck, Tirol Rafting offers a wide range of outdoor adventure packages for all abilities and bravery levels!
Along with white water Rafting and Canyoning, for which the area is world-famous, Tirol Rafting also offers Via-Ferrata, Caving and Mountain Bike tours as well as a large On-Site outdoor Parcours /High-Ropes course complete with flying fox over the rushing water of the Oetztaler Ache. All necessary equipment, taxi-transfers, modern changing facilities complete with hot showers and use of the leisure facilities at the base-camp before and after your trip are included, whichever activity fits the bill!
For those looking for a multi-day package or just wishing to enjoy the fantastic scenery and culture of Tirol for a little longer, we are happy to arrange overnight stays close to our base-camp in a wide range of accommodation to fit every budget – please see www.tirol-rafting.com for more details.
White water Rafting
From Stunning 15km tours in the Imster gorge (one of the most popular rafting spots in Europe, let alone Austria) to the excitement of the Oetztaler Ache and intense wild-water action of the Sanna river, Tirol-Rafting offers the best Rafting this beautiful area has to offer. Your fully qualified guide has the experience to safely bring you from beginning to end with the fun-factor turned up to the max!
Explore the hidden world of the Tyrolean canyons with our expert guides whilst sliding, jumping and abseiling next to crystal-clear water down one of our beginner to expert-graded routes. These gorgeous gorges are guaranteed to get the adrenaline pumping!
The fixed routes known locally as “Klettersteigen” were originally used as a way for soldiers to navigate the steep Dolomite mountains not far away in Northern Italy, but are now enjoyed by native Tyroleans and Visitors alike as a way to get to some of the most breathtaking and otherwise impossible-to-reach viewpoints – all without any previous climbing experience. Allow our mountain guides to show you just what makes this activity such a winner!
How to get there
By car, it is very easy to find us. There is only one motorway in the Inn valley which is the A12 (Switzerland to Munich). Take the exit Ötztal/Timmelsjoch and drive into the Ötztal valley for about 3 minutes. The first bigger village is Sautens. Turn right over the bridge (over the river) to enter Sautens and our Camp is already there after about 100 meters on the left.
Even by train, you can get directly from Innsbruck to the train station Ötztal Bahnhof at the beginning of the Ötztal valley. From there it is only a 5 minutes taxi ride.
This article was in partnership with Tirol Rafting