With over 400 kilometres of cleared hiking trails, Zillertal offers plenty of options for walkers even in winter: from ambitious, sporty trails to short, easy routes. Many of the trails are also suitable for families with young children.
Experience tranquil side-valleys with undeveloped mountains and summits under your own steam. Several ski and alpine schools in the valley offer guided tours with the chance to hire the necessary sports equipment.
For many years now, ski tours have been an increasingly popular snow-based activity. Feel your body find its own rhythm and enjoy every single step as much as the spectacular views and the peaceful silence.
Ice skating is great fun – and not just for kids! Anyone who glides over the glassy ice on their sharp blades will quickly feel like an ice prince/princess. Nine natural and artificial ice rinks invite you to don your skates in Zillertal.
Ice climbing in Zillertal is an exciting alternative to the pistes for sporty, ambitious and fearless mountain enthusiasts.
Learn the basics of ice climbing from professional instructors at numerous icy waterfalls.
For anyone looking for an additional challenge on the ice rinks, curling is the perfect solution. The traditional sport provides hours of entertainment for young and old alike – and a perfect bit of variety away from the pistes.