Extend the summer in Ötztal
To the left and right, the mountains rise steeply, and in between, a winding road leads further and further into the Ötztal. Thousands of years ago, this route was an important north-south connection, as evidenced by the discovery of the world-famous “Ötzi” man. The city Längenfeld was first mentioned in a document in 1250. Halfway in the direction of the Alpine Pass, the otherwise narrow Ötztal suddenly opens up to an unimaginable width: At about 20 kilometres in length, the alpine valley becomes an idyllic plateau at an altitude of around 1,200 metres above sea level.
The Ötztal Alps has two distinct faces, and it is impossible to say which one is more beautiful: In the summer the mountains present themselves in a lush green, while in the winter the peaks are bright white. The mountain landscape offers a variety of different possibilities in every season. The Aqua Dome makes Längenfeld the first and only spa town in Tyrol.
The Hotel Garni Liesl in the heart of Längenfeld is characterised by its particularly central location. The hotel is located just five minutes from the town centre. Guests benefit from the excellent infrastructure in the charming mountain village. A free ski bus connects Längenfeld in the winter months with the ski areas Sölden, Obergurgl/Hochgurgl and Gries.