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What could be more beautiful than a day in the mountains? That's clear, hiking through Ötztal for several days in a row - as far as your feet carry you. It's no coincidence that in such a fast-paced world the fascination for slowness has become a new trend, either on the valley floor or high up in the Alps. Ötztal boasts a fine network of marked routes either for novice long-distance hikers (e.g. on the Ötztaler Urweg) or all those in search of cross-border challenges on the E5