Place of discovery Ötzi

On September 19th, 1991 Ötzi, the Iceman, was found by the German mountaineering couple Erika and Helmut Simon on Tisenjoch/Giogo di Tisa mountain, above the Niederjochferner/Giogo basso mountain in 3,210 m a.s.l. Today a pyramid of stones identifies the find spot.

All year round on Tuesday the guided hike or ski tour "Ötzi Glacier Tour" brings interested guests to the place of discovery - more details and registration at the archeoParc Schnalstal Valley or online under www.oetzi-glacier-tour.it

description to arrive at destination

Option 1: Naturno/Naturns - Schnalstal Valley - Vernago/Vernagt
Option 2: Naturno/Naturns - Schnalstal Valley - Maso Corto/Kurzras

Park

Parking places at Vergnago/Vernagt: at the lake and in front of the champel, free, unguarded
Parking place at Maso Corto/Kurzras: in summer to pay, unguarded; in winter free, unguarded

Public transport

Option 1: with the SAD bus line no. 261 to Vernago/Vernagt
Option 2: with the SAD bus line no. 261 to Maso Corto/Kurzras

Shortdescription
Full-day tour from Vernago through the Tisental to the Similaun refuge, to the place of discovery. Return path same route. Duration: about 5 hours ascent and 3-4 hours descent.
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