Canyoning in the Ötztal Valley

Action & adrenaline guaranteed

Canyoning involves climbing steeply-angled clefts set in a steep-sided valley, finding a way down to a rocky river bed and making your way back down to the valley by way of river – sometimes scrambling through rapids, being swept along natural rock chutes and abseiling down waterfalls.

You are with guides who know the river and waterfalls like the backs of their hands and choose the route according to the group‘s abilities and preferences. Jumps from heights up to 16 meters await you on the secured routes. This blend of water and rocks, climbing and hiking, jumping and swimming is a truly unique challenge for all senses.

Canyoning Highlight: Auer Klamm

Canyoning means exploring gorges, narrow valleys and riverbeds. It involves not only climbing, hiking and abseiling but also many more adventures at the heart of nature.

One of Europe‘s most scenic canyoning spots is the Auer Klamm gorge which features several difficulty levels for all ages and abilities.

Extremely steep water chutes, abseiling from dizzy heights into rushing waterfalls, jumps from up to 16 meters for daredevils – pure adrenalin for all those in search of truly unique adventures of a very special kind. The Auer Klamm can be found amidst unspoilt nature landscapes and offers splendid canyoning tours up to 5 hours.

  • Euipment rental (helmet, Neoprene suit, Neoprene socks, Neoprene jacket, special canyoning shoes, harness)
  • Transfer to the canyoning access base
  • Introductory advice by certified canyoning guides
  • Plenty of fun and action

Rates per person from: € 70,00

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Canyoning in Ötztal

Quality features

  • Rafting only on officially approved rafting routes
  • Special safety equipment: neoprene suit, life jacket, white-water helmet, sports shoes
  • Official inspection and licensing of the boars and regular check-ups
  • Certified rafting and canyoning guides
  • Before every rafting tour: safety instructions
  • Guests must not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Guests must know how to swim and be in a good physical and mental state
  • Rafting base must feature a sufficient number of WCs, changing units, showers, car parks

Bookings

  • Possibility to get information on the Internet, office/booking
  • Daily opening hours: Mon - Sat 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Personal customer service by the same advisor
  • Timely dispatch ot the offers including "getting there" information
  • Mulitlingual personnel (German, English +) 

Outdoor Center

  • Ample and free parking
  • Well-groomed station with sufficient seating and possibiliy to warm-up
  • Impeccable sanitary facilities (WC and shower rooms)
  • Spacious changing units
  • Cabinets and lockers for clothes and valuables
  • Catering facilities for food and drinks
  • Opening times, 6.5 days per week
  • Enough space for larger groups (50 - 100 guests)
  • Washing facility - (washing machine) for desinfection of the neoprene material

Rafting Equipment

  • Neoprene suit and jacket (3.5 - 4 mm)
  • Shoes
  • Certified helmet (CE Norm)
  • Certified life jacket (CE Norm)

Canyoning Equipment

  • Neoprene suit and jacket (5.5 - 7 mm)
  • Neoprene socks (3 - 5 mm)
  • Special canyoning shoes
  • Certified helmet (CE Norm)
  • Certified life jacket (CE Norm)
  • Certified harness (CE Norm)
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  • Regular servicing of the equipment (check-up, disinfection, replacement of old and faulty equipment with new equipment)

Qualified Personnel Guides

  • Certified rafting guides without exception
  • Authorised canyoning guides
  • Mountain guides for via ferratas
  • Regular training in the different fields
  • Personnel who is familiar with the place
  • Mulitlingual (German, English +)
  • New certified canyoning or rafting guides are assigned to experienced "senior supervisors" in the first years
  • Guiding on WW routes IV - V only after the 3rd year and only with approval of the company

Safety Standard

Rafting and licensing conditions of the Tirolean government 2006 for all river sections.

Additional safety standards for rafting and canyoning:

Rafting: a raft (boat) is always accompanied by a safety kayak - no matter which section it is on

Ötztaler Ache River: legally there are always 2 guides on one boat (1 boat, 2 guides + safety kayak rider) guide/guest ratio for one raft is 3:6

Guidlines for rafting routes for children/youths or familiies respectively: Tirolean Rafting Association guidelines

Canyoning: guidelines for group size according to the Tirolean Mountain Sports Association (Tirolean Canyoning Association)

Rafting & Canyoning FAQ

Fragen & Antworten rund um Canyoning und Rafting

Oft tauchen ähnliche Fragen im Vorfeld einer Rafting oder Canyoning Tour auf. Hier findet ihr einen Überblick über häufig gestellte Fragen und die Antworten dazu: www.outdooroetztal.com/sicherheit/faq

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