At 94 meters high, the pedestrian suspension bridge over the Arzler Pitzeklamm, named after skier Benni Raich, is the highest of its kind in Europe. Whether you are a leisurely hiker or a brave bungee jumper, it is an attraction for everyone.
November 16, 2017
Benjamin (Benni) Reich, born in Arzl, was an Austrian alpine skier who won a gold medal in slalom and giant slalom at the 2006 winter Olympics.
In 2005, a pedestrian bridge between his birthplace Arzl im Pitztal and the Wald belonging to this community was named after Benni Raich.
The bridge which is 94 meters high and 138 meters long is mainly used for bungee jumping.
The village of Wald also attracts more tourists since this bridge is installed.
February 17, 2022
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