167 km blue pistes, 263 km red pistes,39 km black pistes and 34 km skiing routes
Endless fun on the pistes: enjoy all 508 kilometresof pistes and 179 lifts with just one pass!
Our Zillertal delicacies have nevertasted better than in our ski huts.
This carol, which was first sung in Zillertal in 1819,is now famous throughout the world.
1,400 km hiking trails, 1,200 km bike routesand 150 managed mountain huts.
A top destination for any bikerwith 1,200 km of carefully created trails!
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18 holes in a spectacular natural setting:Austria’s first 5-star superior golf course.
Zillertal is one of the world’s most diverse hiking destinations. Optimally signed trails of all difficulties stretch 1,400 kilometres at three general altitude levels from the sunny valley floor to the rugged and isolated peaks of the numerous three-thousanders.
Eleven summer cable cars and the Zillertal Alpine roads enable direct access to this fascinating mountain world. Numerous mountain huts offer original Zillertal food and treat their guests to home-cooked delicacies.
Demanding long-distance trails such as the Berlin high altitude trail, the Peter Habeler Runde and the Alpine traverse invite visitors to enjoy multi-day hikes and promise unique panoramic views and fascinating experiences high up in the mountains.
Over 150 rustic huts, mountain restaurants and snack bars provide plenty of great stop-off points with culinary delights made from Zillertal products.
The Zillertal hiking trails offer great fun and adventure for families with children. Enjoy adventure trails, theme hikes or nature walks which make nature a playground.
Spanning 379 km², the Zillertal Alps High Mountain Nature Park covers more than a third of Zillertal. The nature park’s impressive Alpine world stretches from the mountaineering village of Ginzling to an altitude of 3,509 m on the Hochfeiler.
Discover the beauty of nature via GPS – geocaching in Zillertal is an unforgettable experience.