Enjoy the pure beauty of the Ötztal Alps in Längenfeld. The Hotel Garni Liesl in the heart of the idyllic community offers the perfect starting point for your snow adventure in the mountains. From the hotel you can reach not only one, but three ski areas in just a few minutes! This guarantees you a varied skiing holiday in the Alps with powder snow and fun on the slopes.
The municipality of Längenfeld also offers a variety of different options away from the ski slopes: Try cross-country skiing or tobogganing. The Aqua Dome makes Längenfeld the first and only spa town in Tyrol. Enjoy the soothing effects of the thermal water or relax after your slope adventure in the hotel’s own wellness area at the Hotel Garni Liesl.
Pure idyllic mountains
Gries in the Sulztal at 1,600 metres
The ski area for beginners and children is only six kilometers away! The lifts are open daily from 9:30 to 16:00, plus night skiing once a week. A special children's ski course is offered for the kids.
Where the World Cup happens
Sölden at 1,368 metres
Cut turns where the pros compete in the Alpine Ski World Cup. You’ll find the right challenge for you on 145 km of red, blue and black slopes. A free ski bus connects Längenfeld with the varied ski area.
Reliable snow until early May
Obergurgl/Hochgurgl at 1,930 metres
This versatile ski paradise with 110 km of slopes guarantees absolute snow reliability until the beginning of May due to the altitude. The Obergurgl/Hochgurgl ski area can also be reached easily with a free ski bus.
On the trail, get set, go!
The winter landscape around Längenfeld is criss-crossed by kilometres of trails. Beginners will find a perfectly groomed cross-country ski trail in Oberried. Biathlon lovers can train in the footsteps of professionals on the trail in Gries.
Hold tight! Let's go!
Hike through the snowy winter landscape to a rustic hut and enjoy the fast ride back to the valley. You can choose between five different routes in Längenfeld: Wurzbergalm – Winkeln, Brandalm – Längenfeld, Alpengasthof am Feuerstein – Huben, Nisslealm – Gries or Sulztalalm - Gries.