• The return of the bearded vulture
  • The return of the bearded vulture

    Von 21-06-2024 bis 21-06-2024

    L8 Treasures Family HikeL


    In the Ötztaler Windach valley [Windachtal], surrounded by waterfalls, impressive rock faces and wide alpine pastures, the bearded vulture can be observed in the wild – the species has only returned to the valley in recent years. Equipped with binoculars and a spotting scope, we will get a very close view of the magnificent bird of prey. In addition to interesting information about the biology of the bearded vulture and its successful reintroduction in the Alpine region, you’ll learn numerous things about how to spot and identify a bearded vulture yourself on hikes in the future.


    8 Treasures Family Hike (waling time approx. 1.5 hours, elev. gain/loss 100m)

    Meeting point
    2.00 p.m., Ötztal Tourism Information Sölden Bus Stop Sölden – Postamt; Parking (metered) Sölden – Postplatz
    ankle high mountain boots, rain and sun protection, seat pad, provisions, binoculars if available (FREE binocular rental possible at time of booking)
    €10.00 per person; free for guests of NATURE PARK ÖTZTAL partner businesses and with the Summer Card
    Elisabeth WENINGER, BSc., bearded vulture management NT


    guests of nature park partner businesses: book at the reception of your accommodation registration deadline: evening before (5.00 p.m.)

    min. 3 - max. 20 people