Welcome to the world’s greatest outdoor park

Explore the new generation of the great outdoors.

Nature is calling! The Ötztal is your escape to recreation and re-creation. This region is a single, great outdoor park; a gigantic playground for all the crazy people for whom nothing is impossible; a large playing field for all those who won’t let themselves be defeated by failure; and a home for all those who venture a step further, even if they would rather go back. Great adventure awaits all those who are up for it, be it rafting on the untamed waters of the Ötztaler Ache, caving in a pitch-black cave labyrinth with a grim past, or canyoning through the magnificent world of pure rock and water that meet at exhilarating heights.

Nature has been our biggest inspiration from the very beginning when we began planning, building, and operating the world’s greatest outdoor park. No individual, regardless of how skilled, can live up to what Mother Earth has to offer in terms of architecture and design. No human construction could ever fully mimic a natural outdoor territory – and yet, our outdoor adventure park in Austria comes pretty close. Modelled on living nature with the greatest respect for our environment, our outdoor activity and adventure park eradicates the line between natural and manmade, along with uniting our love of extreme sports and pure insanity. Together with like-minded individuals, we venture outdoors. This is where heroes and heroines are born – welcome to the AREA 47 outdoor park, the greatest outdoor park in the whole wide world!

The full outdoor spectrum

Our trips and activities.

Rafting

Ride through merciless crests and revive your team spirit with a group of people daring enough for a genuine white-water experience. Rafting in the Imster Schlucht or on the Ötztaler Ache requires muscle power, team work, and a strong focus. What do you get for the exertion? Corporate groups, families, school classes, and solo rafters are rewarded with the combination of great water and a day of fun and adventure they will never forget.
Rafting im Ötztal

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.


Minimum age: 14 years
Beginner

This is what awesome feels like! This rafting experience isn’t for the faint of heart or the inexperienced. This rafting run in the Ötztal in Tyrol can certainly be categorised as one of the more difficult white-water experiences to be mastered here in the region, as it has several stretches with a level 4+ difficulty level rating. The half-day tour follows the European championships route that passes the thundering highlights of the Oetzschwälle, Waldschlucht, and Sautener Schwall, as well as many more. This trip offers an incredible escape from the rigours of daily life and is available only for experienced rafters.


Minimum age: 16 years
Intermediate:

The Imster Schlucht is also home to some especially challenging sections with swirling eddies, standing waves, and rippling white-water. This run promises unsurpassed rafting value for rafting pros, which is why we have chosen this as the site for our Power Rafting trip. Prepare for a wild bull ride guaranteed to soak and thrill you from head to toe, and hold on to your boat if you want to earn yourself the title of rafting hero or heroine of Austria.


Minimum age: 16 years
Advanced:

Practice makes perfect – our Kids Rafting trip in Tyrol, Austria gives children between six and 13 the chance to experience their first great white-water adventure. This white-water trip for kids combines rafting a safe stretch of the Inn river with fun games. It introduces beginners to white-water rafting and provides excitement that quenches the kids’ thirst for exploration. Even more adventure is waiting for them in our splashy Water AREA, the entry to which is free on the day of their trip.


Minimum age: 6 years
Beginner
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Canyoning

Climbing to giddy heights, abseiling into unknown territory, jumping into roaring pools of water ¬– this is canyoning. Canyoning is an adventure-packaged activity that pretty much triggers all primal human fears, and gives you an opportunity to overcome them. Conquer the canyon and experience the wild side – of nature and yourself.
geführte Canyoning Touren in Österreich

This spectacular three- to four-hour tour is the ideal canyoning trip for beginners, allowing you to explore the Tyrolean mountains from a unique point of view. Rope down waterfalls, slide down slick, natural chutes, and jump down cliffs several metres high.


Minimum age: 14 years
Beginner

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.


Minimum age: 14 years
Beginner

This advanced tour is available only to those with prior canyoning and abseiling experiences and it requires you to push past your limits. Explore rugged cliffs, wild rivers, steep rock faces, and more of the many highlights the Ötztal has to offer. Turn the water at the bottom of the cliffs into your own swimming pool and the waterfalls into your diving platform. This tour takes between three to four hours, including transfer.


Minimum age: 16 years
Intermediate:

This tour is reserved for the canyoning elite. The most legendary 40-metre abseiling sections of the Ötztal and the adrenaline surge of your life make this trip a special treat for all those seeking a spine-tingling canyoning adventure. The three- to four-hour trip is only for advanced levels.


Minimum age: 16 years
Advanced:

Young adventurers explore wild nature and experience canyoning in the beautiful Rosengartenschlucht. After their tour, they can enjoy free water action in our splashy Water AREA, where crazy slides, diving platforms, and other attractions await.


Minimum age: 10 years
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Caving

Armed with a head torch, rope, and carabiner, we invite you to join us on our journey of discovery through a long abandoned dark, winding cave system that was born in the dark ages. Our trip will take us 350 metres deep into the mountain, to a mysterious land that has never seen any daylight.
Caving in Österreich