Vent / Marzellferner Glacier I 07 to 17 September 2017
A "hiking theater" leading from Vent to Marzellferner Glacier (Ötztal | Tirol), from dusk to dawn.
Maybe this is the truest story of Tirol's Duke Friedrich IV and his escape through the Ötztal, presented in an artistic way by lawine torrèn. Special attraction: a small group of spectators can experience live sounds and quotes via earplugs and radio transmission. The actors in historical dresses are both near and far at the same time. Nature remains untouched and other hikers won't get disturbed as all dialogues reach the spectator's ear directly via microports even from a distance.
In the wide open mountains of the rear Ötztal Valley (less than 100 people live on more than 100 square kilometers) many regions are not cultivated like some 600 year ago. No trace of the 21st century can be found. Don't miss this "road movie" telling a unique story about escaping across the main Alpine ridge around 1416 - the setting is really authentic and just perfect for a real time "hiking theater" performance.