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What's new in Zilllertal summer?

Spieljochbahn - conveniently access the mountain paradise

The new, fully accessible gondola lift takes you quickly and comfortably to the fantastic family world of adventure on the Spieljoch. 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 Berg 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).

Putzi nature trail for families

Welcome to the world of adventure! Exciting discoveries await little detectives on the interactive themed trails in Fügen. Putzi the squirrel will help you on your way.

Show garden for herbs Schlitters

A visit to the herb garden on the outskirts of Schlitters is a feast for all the senses. The colourful oasis brings your body and mind together in perfect harmony – to the delight of young and old alike!

There’s plenty to do at the Spruce Tree Castle

The fun factor at the fairy tale Spruce Tree Castle high above Zell am Ziller on the Rosenalm is greater than ever, with an over 5,000-squa-re-metre area to entertain Spruce Sprites of all ages.. While the new wooden ball track requires a certain le-vel of skill, the hammock forest offers pure comfort. And a bit of relaxa-tion is definitely good for you after all the action. After all, you’re sure to want to whiz down the slide tower several times, climb the 18-metre viewing tower and clamber around on the climbing tower too. The many water games and the sandpit area also have to be tried, of course. To put it succinctly: Spruce Springs have plenty to keep them busy!

Single trails in Zell-Gerlos

The perfect single trails for all bikers! The va-ried trails in Zell am Ziller and Gerlos offer the ideal challenge for everyone from beginners to pros. They span a total of 12 kilometres to form a spectacular panoramic route and can also be conveniently reached with the cable cars.


Sorry guys, but you aren’t necessarily needed for an unforgettable adventure in the mountains! The women-only Weibsbilder-Tour is the ideal four-day package for a trip with your best friend, sister or mum in the majestic mountain world of Zillertal.

Fun and action on the Penken

A good sense of balance and a dose of cour-age are most definitely needed by any kids, teenagers or adults who want to complete one of the twelve adventure trials on the adventure trial parcours on the Penken Action Mountain. You can test your coordination skills in advance at the Funsportstation in the new motor skills park. And if you want even more of an adrenaline kick, then demon-strate your climbing skills on the two via fer-ratas on the Knorren: the “Knorren Nadel” is aimed at beginners and the “Steinbock” at more experienced climbers.

Even more enjoy-ment on the Ahorn

A trip to the Ahorn Leisure Mountain is well worthwhile for all the family. A stroll along the leisure trail not only offers spectacular views but is also possible with a pushchair. The many options for playing, resting and re-laxing at the Ahornsee lake, Ahornbachl river and the leisure area make sure that no-one gets bored. If you want to watch as local wild animals are carved out of wood, then you’ve come to the right place. Of course, there are plenty of real-life animals to see too – at the petting zoo on the Filzenalm or from the Ahorn eagles’ stage, where you can spot ea-gles, buzzards and co.

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!

Inside the glacier

Want a new way to explore the magical world of the Hintertux Glacier? Then a ride on a stand-up paddle board on the Eissee lake deep in the belly of the glacier in the Natur Eis Palast (Nature’s Ice Palace) is the perfect option – an extraordinary experience! An exclusive photo tour also offers you exceptional insights into the eternal ice. The unique pictures taken in this breathtaking scen-ery provide you with ever-lasting mementos.

A bear called Pepi lives on the Penkenjoch

You can’t miss him! After all, Pepi the bear is eight metres tall and the head of the Pepis Kinderland kids’ area. The giant wooden bear sits atop the Penkenjoch and offers his visitors plenty of fun and excite-ment. Inside him, you’ll find the ultimate children’s playground spread over three different levels. Not only is there a crawl tunnel, a play-house and a distorting mirror, but also a climbing wall and many other attractions. And when you’ve had enough of playing, tumbling and climbing, simply say goodbye to the giant Pepi as you whiz away down a slide. Just by the “Penkenpepi” is a large children’s play area with balance beams, trampolines, a sandpit and plenty of other op-portunities to let loose.

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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