Zillertal in Winter
Zillertal. Where winter offers pure pleasure.
Ice crystals glistening in the sun. The snow crunching quietly under your feet with every step. Snow-covered fir branches and clear, fresh winter air. Skiers and snowboarders enjoy perfect pistes, but Zillertal in winter offers something for all holidaymakers: the chance to leave the stress of everyday life behind you and immerse yourself in the wonders of nature!
What better way to enjoy winter than with endless pistes, snow-covered slopes, a fascinating mountain world and your first lines in the snow! With 535 kilometres of pistes, Zillertal offers exhilarating fun in the snow – including leisurely carving slopes, long, sporty valley runs and demanding routes for real experts. Eleven Funlines delight visitors of all ages. Adrenaline junkies can also choose from eight snowparks and numerous easily accessible freeride routes. In short: Zillertal offers ideal terrain and perfectly groomed pistes for all winter sports enthusiasts!
Your all-in-one ticket to ultimate fun on the pistes is valid from 7 December 2019 to 19 April 2020 on all 535 kilometres of optimally groomed pistes and for the 180 lifts in Zillertal’s four large skiing areas (Hochzillertal-Hochfügen-Spieljoch, Zillertal Arena, Mayrhofner Bergbahnen and Ski- & Gletscherwelt Zillertal 3000).
Zillertal. The most active skiing valley in the world
Each action-packed day on the pistes is rounded off with a leisurely stop at lovely mountain restaurants, where the chefs conjure up both Zillertal specialities and new creations inspired by the concept of modern, light cuisine. Incidentally, even real food connoisseurs will find plenty to tantalise their taste buds in Zillertal: the region has received twelve toques and numerous other culinary awards.
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Skiroutes in Zillertal
In Zillertal, you‘ll find 535 km of perfectly prepared slopes, plentiful lift facilities and fantastic panoramic views. We‘ve picked four impressive tours that allow you to explore the numerous ski regions. You can complete each of these routes in a day, always downhill and without having to cross other pistes.
Our advice to skiers is to start your tour early in the morning so that you will still have enough time to enjoy a stop in one of the ski huts along the way. We can’t generally estimate how long a tour will take as this depends on a number of factors however, we do ask that you take note of the operation hours of the cable cars.
Zillertal. A winter paradise away from the slopes
Stunning winter hiking trails are eagerly awaiting your discovery. And those looking for even more action-packed fun can head for toboggan and Pistenbock sled runs, cross country skiing trails and many other highlights.