In summer Längenfeld is very popular among rock climbers. Lehner Waterfall and Reinhard Schiestl Via Ferratas offer both amazing nature and great climbing for all abilities. Lehner Waterfall is quite easily accessible, whereas Reinhard Schiestl Via Ferrata is recommended for experienced climbers. The climbing gardens of Nösslach and Oberried are also worth a visit: Oberried is the ideal spot for beginners and families with grades from 4 - 7c. Nösslach is more suitable for expert climbers with grades up to 8a+. Längenfeld Flying Fox and high rope garden is the only one in Tyrol offering a view over the entire valley. It features three of the highest Flying Fox facilities in the Ötz Valley.
Längenfeld is a very popular hiking and mountain biking destination, boasting a great number of trails. One of the area’s highlights is definitely the 83m long and 200m high suspension bridge connecting the sun-plateaus of Brand and Burgenstein. The Panorama loop trail is ideal for family outings and is easily accessible for prams; the suspension bridge features a separate lane for dogs. The 700 km of cycling paths include downhill and e-biking trails.
Längenfeld is home of the legendary Ötztal Camping, open also in winter, featuring traditional pitches but also log cabins and rooms.