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Discover the most beautiful lines in Zillertal during the Ride & Shoot Days together with professional snowboarder Werni Stock and photographer Tom Klocker at the Hintertux Glacier.
14 international culinary arts in 14 huts. The Ski Food Festival in Hochzillertal-Kaltenbach and at the Spieljoch in Fügen guarantees an unforgettable culinary experience.
Ramp clear! A stuntman from the US film metropolis once did a test jump during the development of the landingbag. Today in the Zillertal Arena every jump artist can be a small star.
Zillertal is the perfect place for big and small to jointly discover the meaning of true fun on the slopes! After all, the Ski- & Gletscherwelt Zillertal 3000 offers skiing delights.
Romantic tranquillity and a little history: the “Zeitreise” (“Journey through Time”) winter hiking trail on the Penken takes you through both stunning Zillertal mountain scenery.
Fine fairway carpets, top bunkers, well-kept greens – and all of this embedded in the magnificent nature of the Zillertal. At the Golf Club in Uderns, every swing is an experience.
Where the water is as clear as the mountain air. Where there’s a soundtrack of waves and children’s laughter. Where the mountain calls and we answer with a daring dive.
The Spannagelhöhle cave is fascinating, thrilling, mysterious. And an unforgettable climbing experience for all daredevils who move through the narrow gorges.
Why is there a water tap hovering in the air? Sarah, Florian, Louisa and their parents took the time to plunge into the fascinating world of the “Wasserwelt” themed hike in Hintertux.
Dogs are more than welcome in Zillertal! Local guide Alexandra Dengg offers breathtaking hikes in the Fügen-Kaltenbach holiday region specially tailored to dogs.
Anyone looking to explore Zillertal on an e-mountain bike is fully on trend! Fun and action are what it’s all about in the Zillertal Arena in the Zell-Gerlos holiday region.
Deep in the heart of the Hintertux Glacier, twelve years ago, Zillertal local Roman Erler discovered a system of caves like no other in the world, which is still shrouded in mystery to this very day: the Natur Eis Palast
My name is Malte Roeper and I’m a director, documentary filmmaker and avid hiker. My good friend, photographer Bernd Ritschel, and I started on a truly spectacular three-day mountain hike.
Dive into the enchanting world of the “Glocke” on a magnificent summer’s day. The fauna and flora in the High Alps Nature Park Zillertaler Alps take us back to an era long before our time.
It is not the highest mountain in the Zillertal Alps. But it is very distinctive. Its pyramid-like structure makes the 3,476-metre high Olperer a truly fascinating sight and a real challenge for alpinists.
A search for traces on the Pfitscher Joch goes back 8,000 years in time. The archaeologist Walter Leitner, and Katharina Weiskopf lead us into a fascinating world.
The ibex can be found on many coats of arms and is today regarded as a symbol of the Alps. To keep it that way, over the last four years, young ibex have been reintroduced to the Zillertal Alps.
From Barcelona to Berlin into Zillertal. The painter Anton Unai followed the artistic call that came from the mountains and continues to live his vision of poetry, provocation and a better world here.
The snow conceals the food for wild deer under a thick white blanket. That’s why hunters like Hermann Egger are underway in Zillertal to supply them with food.
Jogging in the mountains. And because Zillertal is ideal for this trend sport, it’s natural that one of the world’s best trail runners comes from Mayrhofen: Markus Kröll.
If you look at Zillertal through Palmira Deißenberger’s eyes, it is hard to see the woods for the trees. After all, it is her job to map and analyse the legendary 4,500 hectares of forest in the valley!
Can you even grow wine in Zillertal? Despite other people’s doubts, Maria Pfister believed so, put it to the test and is now Zillertal’s only vintner – with her own wine tavern. A truly delectable story!
Charming romance and relaxed nostalgia: the classic steam train takes you on a relaxed yet impressive journey along the 119-year-old Zillertalbahn railway through spectacular scenery from Jenbach to Mayrhofen.
Colonies of bees all over the world are fighting to survive, whereas the life of Maya the Bee and her friends in Zillertal is just a picnic! This is due to environmentally friendly farming methods.
At an altitude of 2,000 meters, embedded in a wild and romantic landscape, award-winning mountain cheese made from the milk of happy cows matures on an alpine pasture.
When the nights start to get longer and the days shorter, it’s the end of the summer for the cattle on the remote pastures. The return of the cattle is marked with an impressive celebration in Zillertal.
It is the best possible advertisement for the culinary culture in Zillertal. We proudly present: three ways to serve “Graukäse” (grey cheese) as a visual treat which you can cook for yourself.
Tradition meets modernity, and quality meets variety. Beer has been brewed in the Zillertal for more than 500 years. The art of good taste has been a family affair for 16 generations.
Welcome to Zillertal! Where sun, snow and well-being become the meaning of life and where great freedom tempts you to let go.
Award-winning traditional inn, toque-holding restaurants, romantic lodges and stylish mountain restaurants guarantee unique taste experiences.
Find the right accommodation for your perfect winter holiday in Zillertal – from cosy private rooms to luxury five-star hotels.
Zillertal is located in the west of Austria and is the widest of the side valleys on the south side of the Inntal Valley. Get to Zillertal safely and comfortably.