Wake Café at the AREA 47 outdoor park in the Ötztal
Sunshine and cool people. What more could you ask for?
The chill ambience of our Wake Café at the AREA 47 park in the Ötztal pairs especially well with our refreshing cocktails, freshly tapped beers, and hearty snacks. Indulge in front of the magnificent backdrop of the Ötztal Alps. When sundown approaches, the scenery is so beautiful that it almost becomes melodramatic. But that’s life in the mountains, and a little bit of romance never hurt anyone.
Sip your sundowner and watch the wake freaks perform crazy jumps. Get inspiration for your next ride. Who cares if you’re not a wakeboarder? Everyone is welcome at our Wake Café at the AREA 47 outdoor park in the Ötztal. Just drop by, relax, and enjoy positive vibes along with great views of our 20,000 square metres large lake.
20.000 Quadratmeter Wasserfläche, 420 Meter Gesamtlänge und grenzenloser Fahrspaß: Entdecke unsere Main-Anlage.
Completion of our Wake School equips you with the fundamentals required for quick progression on the board. After only one and a half hours of fun training you will be unleashed onto our Main AREA!
Jump on your wakeboard, catch the next handle bar, and surf across the lake waters. At the Wake AREA, your exclusive wakeboarding park in the Ötztal, Tyrol with top-notch Rixen five-pillar cableway, you can pull off wicked tricks and get big air in front of the scenic backdrop of the Alps.
If you ever wanted to try out Wakeboarding – here’s your chance! And at our rookie wake cable at Water AREA it’s for free as well. You’re hooked up? No problem. Take a step up at the big cable at Wake AREA.
The Imster Schlucht rafting experience in the Ötztal in Tyrol is a great introductory white-water trip. It has a level three difficulty rating, meaning it’s suitable for beginners. The unique course of the river, however, excites rafters of all levels. Including some excellent waves and drops that guarantee bursts of laughter in the boat and plenty of adrenaline, rafting in the Imster Schlucht delivers a mix between great natural scenery and excellent white-water and is ideal for corporate, club, school, and family trips.
The clue is in the name: this trip is all about abseiling and the most adventurous, steep canyons. There is no jumping, no sliding, just you, a rope, and the cliffs. This tour is suitable for both beginners and experienced canyoning fans, and takes between three to four hours, including transfer to and from the canyon.