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Urzeitliches Jägerlager

Highlight, excursion tips, historical square/town center
Jägerlager 1 - © Naturpark Ötztal

Where
Venterstraße 35
6458 Vent

Opening Hours
26.12.2020 - 31.12.2022
Mo: 07:00-07:00
Tu: 07:00-07:00
We: 07:00-07:00
Th: 07:00-07:00
Fr: 07:00-07:00
Sa: 07:00-07:00
Su: 07:00-07:00

Opening Hours
The hunting camp is accessible at all times.

Contact
T 0043 57200 220
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Current Information

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Description

Hunters Station
Built on 1.950 m height field camp is located on a terrace at the confluence of the "Nieder- and Rofental.
As the archaeological excavations have shown is the earliest use of this station back to the period around 7600 BC and occupied as the first ascent of Rofental by man.

In the period around 2000 BC (Early Bronze Age) the shepherds of this area as a pasture for sheep and goat herds used.

  • 3°C

  • 9/9

  • 14/34

  • 0/35.9 km

  • Live