On the Alpine plain between the mountaineering village and the historic Rofenhöfe Farms Haflinger horses are grazing in scrubby grass which is called "beard" in Ötztal dialect. The name of B-ART-EB'NE Art Trail came from a wordplay on the local cultural ARTeVENT workshop.
The well-maintained walking route leads past Ötzi's hunting base and the historic summit cross of Wildspitze peak and across a modern suspension bridge to Austria's highest, permanently settled farmhouses. You should plan enough time for this easy hike as along the trail several artworks - made of natural materials - can be viewed from all sides, reflected or just admired. They are symbolic landmarks with a mythical, mysterious or even philosophic background that enter into dialogue with the hikers and are open to personal interpretation. This is how the B-ART-EB'NE Art Trail truly appeals to anyone who is interested in the inspiring interplay of man-made sculptures and the sculptural impact of the mountains.