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The Hallo Ötzi webcam is located on the roof of the Hotel Granat Schlössl in Obergurgl, Tyrol, Austria. Every 30 minutes the new pictures are loaded. You can see the Hohe Mut, the Hangerer and the Schalf in the picture. The camera shows you the pictures to the south-west.
In the native language of the webcam owner
Obergurgl Webcam. Die Hallo Ötzi Webcam befindet sich auf dem Dach des Hotel Granat Schlössl in Obergurgl, Tirol, Österreich. Diese Kamera stellt im 30 Minuten Takt die Bilder ins Internet. Im Bild ist die Hohe Mut, der Hangerer und der Schalf zu sehen. Die Kamera zeigt in Richtung Süd-Westen.
Obergurgl is a village in the Ötztal Alps in the Austrian Tyrol. Located in the municipality of Sölden, the village has approximately 400 year-round inhabitants, and is mainly a tourist resort. Obergurgl became famous in 1931, when the Swiss explorer Auguste Piccard was forced to land on the nearby Großer Gurgler Ferner glacier during his historic balloon flight, during which he became the first man to fly into the stratosphere. At an elevation of 1930 meters (6300 feet), Obergurgl is the highest parish in Austria. The parish church was consecrated in 1737, and in 1967 extensions were added based on plans by Clemens Holzmeister. Obergurgl forms part of the ski resort area of Gurgl/Hochgurgl and lies at the southern end of the Ötztal Gurglertal valley, the longest side valley off the Inntal valley. It is a popular hiking area during the summer, with hanging valleys to the east that lead over into South Tyrol in Italy. There are numerous peaks over 3500 meters and several glaciers, ... Read more about Obergurgl on Wikipedia