Holidays in the Zillertal
Valley with a Difference
The biggest – and probably most beautiful – valley of the Tyrol stretches from approx. 40km east of Innsbruck over a length of 32km from Strass to to Mayrhofen. From there four side valleys branch off – Tuxertal, Zillergrund, Zemmgrund and Stilluptal.
Summer Holidays in the Zillertal
Besides of the 5-star superior golf course in Uderns, the offers for adrenaline junkies, mountain bikers, fans of Nordic walking and of course skiers and snowboarders, it is always the mountains that are most fascinating. Interesting theme trails and nature trails, leisure hikes along pasture trails to challenging summit tours to the numerous more than 3,000m-high mountains make the Zillertal an attractive hiking destination. By the way: With the Zillertal Activcard one uphill and downhill ride per day is free of charge on every day of the summer. A perfect companion for intensive holiday pleasures, the card can be acquired for six, nine or twelve days. It offers numerous other advantages like free admission to the six public outdoor swimming baths of the valley, free use of most public means of transport and a lot more.
Winter Holidays in the Zillertal
Four large ski areas feature altogether 181 state-of-the-art lifts and 506 kilometres of pistes. Hochzillertal, Zillertal Arena, Ahorn or Zillertal 3000 (skiing & snowboarding) – each of the areas has fantastic slopes and offers winter magic. With the Zillertal Super Ski Pass you can use all of the facilities with one card. But it need not be skiing: tobogganing, ski mountaineering, cross-country skiing, winter hiking, ice skating or snowshoe hiking are fantastic alternatives you can enjoy in the Zillertal.
And if you want to get to know the country and its people, then make excursions and head for the excellent guesthouses and restaurants of the area. You can also visit culinary or crafts show businesses and learn exciting things about the production of e.g. real Zillertal cheese or traditional satchels.
Experience a feeling of weightlessness in the Mayrhofen swimming pool and the Zillertal thermal spa in Fügen.