Holidays in Zillertal in Tyrol
Impressive 3,000 metre high mountains, wild and romantic alpine huts and pure mountain feeling!
Many songs have been sung about it, numerous sentimental films shot here: No surprise that the magical Zillertal in Tyrol has become world-famous! Between spectacular mountain landscapes, intact nature and picturesque mountain farms, you will find a pastoral mountain idyll here just as you have always imagined it. Enjoy unforgettable moments in one of Austria’s most attractive alpine regions and experience peaceful mountain romance far off any rush and stress.
TRADITION & MODERNITY
Dancing the Schuhplattler, beer gardens, festive costumes, brass band music. We, the Tyroleans, are proud of our beautiful homeland and celebrate old customs and marvellous traditions throughout the year. From the May Day celebrations to driving down the cattle to the magical Christmas market, we will always find a reason to celebrate life to the full. Celebrate with us, find new friends and experience the famous Austrian hospitality in your holidays in Zillertal.
WINTERSPORTS IN A DREAM LOCATION
With a stunning number of 487 piste kilometres, Zillertal is one of the biggest connected ski regions all over Austria. Starting with the first ski region Hochfügen-Zillertal, one outstanding ski region after the other comes in a row - up to the Tux glacier. Experience a winter sports holiday of superlatives in the panoramic landscape of the impressive mountain world and enjoy phenomenal hours in the wonderful, fresh snow!
SUMMER HOLIDAYS IN THE MOUNTAINS
1,400 kilometres of perfectly signposted alpine hiking trails will lead big and small mountaineers safely through the Zillertal high mountains. No matter if climbing path, alpine hike, canyon tour or long-distance hiking paths - here you will find everything that the heart desires. Treat yourself to a relaxing ride with one of the ten summer cable cars, follow enchanted trails leading along rippling mountain streams, see if you can spot a droll marmot and breathe in the fresh mountain air on one of the many 3,000 m high mountains.