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What's new in Zilllertal summer?

Luis‘ Kugelsafari

From July 2019, a brand new highlight awaits hikers of all ages at the Hintertux Glacier. Two exciting ball runs and a giant ball tower are waiting to be discovered in Luis‘ Kugelsafari. Glacier Safari - the thrilling adventure trail in the Sommerbergalm hiking area - has yet another attraction from summer 2019 onwards. Children will be excited to discover two new wooden ball runs nestled between the interactive stations.

Hubertus Wildtierpfad

 

Barrier-free and suitable for pushchairs hiking on 1800 meters above sea level is possible in the hiking area Hochzillertal. At 12 stations, our little guests will get to know the world of marmots - fun for the whole family.

Hiking path Filzenkogel

 

The newly created hiking path to the Filzenkogel offers you a slight summit victory with breathtaking views. Of course, the entry in the summit book should not be missing - do not miss this unique mountain experience!

Spruce Lake on the Rosenalm

The spruce sprites are expanding their habitat and spreading to the new Rosenalm reservoir - that will become Spruce Lake! The cosy, buggy-friendly ‘Alm walk’ links the Spruce Tree Castle with Spruce Lake and the Rosenalmbahn mountain station. Next to the very popular Spruce Tree Castle, a new attraction will appear in summer 2019 that will excite more than just the kids! With floating jetties, boat rental, pleasure spots, a ‘Pixie Cove’ (shallow area) for the little ones, a dam path, a floating island and much more, the new bathing lake on the Rosenalm has all the water fun you could desire!

Spieljochbahn - conveniently access the mountain paradise

While the kids play around in the water fun park, climbing fans are spoilt for choice on the Spieljoch with both indoor climbing facilities and guided outdoor tours with professional mountain guides. A trip to the high ropes course by the Arzjoch reservoir also has its draw. Here, you can demonstrate your balance skills as a slackliner, enjoy the thrill of the flying fox or whiz down towards the valley on a mountain bike or mons-ter scooter. Afterwards, or between activities, the sun deck at the new Mountain Loft Alpine restaurant entices you in with its unique view of the magnificent mountain scenery. Anyone who still needs to work can also enjoy the spectacular Alpine panorama from the restaurant’s conference room (maximum 120 person capacity).

Funsportstation on Action Mountain Penken

A good sense of balance and a dose of courage are most definitely needed by any kids, teenagers or adults who want to complete the E-Trial-Parcours on one of the electrically powered motorcycles. You can test your coordination skills in advance at the Motor Skills Parcours. And if you want even more of an adrenaline kick, then try to walk on water in one of the Funballz or demonstrate your climbing skills on the two via ferratas on the Knorren: the “Knorren Nadel” is aimed at beginners and the “Steinbock” at more experienced climbers. The low-impact Mountain Scooters are an alternative to hiking and are available for loan without previous experience.

Zell Leisure Park - Adventure Golf & Gold Mining Playground

The Zell am Ziller leisure park was completely redesigned in the summer of 2018. In an area comprising over 45,000 m² you can find all the fun activities for people of all ages that you can imagine:
Outdoor pool with sports pool, water vortex, giant slide and children's pool and indoor and outdoor tennis courts, as well as a bowling alley, beach volleyball facilities, adventure golf "The treasures of the Zillertal" (the only one in West Austria), large adventure playground, football pitch and Fun Court (volleyball, streetball and basketball), bouldering tower, ice skating rink etc.

Summer Attraction on the Isskogel

There’s new fun for the whole family at the top Isskogel cable car station: children's dreams come true on two 150-metre long wooden ball tracks. The little ones will watch with fascination as the wooden balls overcome a variety of challenges on their way to the end. Funnels, spirals, a wave track and a labyrinth are just a few. Boredom is impossible!  The ball track is for free; balls can be purchased for just €2. The balls are available at the Arena Centre at the Isskogel mountain station and can then be taken home as a souvenir. Those who are more active should look no further than the new adventure climbing route at the top station! See who’ll be the quickest up the varied route made up of different climbing elements. Opening times depend on the Gerlos cable car.

Forest Playground on the Adventure Trail

The new forest playground near the adventure trail in Gerlos is a true adventure playground with suspension bridge, giant swing and much more.

Bike & hike – a hot trend

“Either … or” is out; “both … and” is in! Ride to or along the edge of the Schlegeis reser-voir and at the end of cycle route 4003 you can safely leave your bike in the fenced bike park before leisurely exploring the natural landscape on foot. The latest version of hiking!

New bike route along the Tuxer Joch

Tux has only officially been part of Zillertal for about 90 years. Prior to this, it belonged to the municipality of Schmirn in Wipptal. Now, a spectacular mountain bike route along the Tuxer Joch is to link the two valleys together once more. The route will open at the end of July.

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