• Zillertal in Tirol: An Adventure A Day

      Diverse hiking, action-packed adventures, and Austria’s only year-round skiing resort: Welcome to Zillertal in Tirol!

      Summer in Zillertal

    Facts & Figures

    • Hiking routes
      1,483 km
    • Bike routes
      1,385 km
    • Huts
    • Open lifts
    • Beds
      more than 50,000

    The Summer Destination You’ve Been Looking For

    In Zillertal in Tirol, every day of your summer holiday will be different. There will be action-packed days, filled with activities like rafting, canyoning and paragliding. There will be days when you’ll try something you’ve never done before, like skiing on a glacier in the middle of summer.

    And there will be days when you’ll walk through nature, marvelling at the majestic peaks and lush Alpine meadows, just taking it all in. You might be hiking one of the many and varied trails, enjoy a refreshing drink and a chat with a local in a mountain hut, or take your bike past a curious herd of cows. One thing’s for sure: Zillertal in Tirol is a place that stays with you.

    Your Zillertal Highlights

    Long-Distance Hiking on Reichenspitze Mountain

    On this multi-day, four-stage hike, you’ll discover the most beautiful places in Zillertal: From the Zillergrund dam to Plauener hut and Richter hut, via Zittauer hut to Durlaßboden reservoir. Amazing views, crystal-clear mountain lakes, and cosy hut life included.

    More long-distance hiking in Zillertal

    E-Mountain Biking

    E-bikes let you effortlessly discover Zillertal’s summits, mountain huts, and sun terraces. Simply hire a state-of-the-art motorised mountain bike at one of dozens of sport shops and hotels across the region, and off you go!

    Bike & Hike Stilluptal Valley

    Homemade Bread & Zillertal Cheese

    More than 150 huts and mountain restaurants offer traditional fare. From Zillertal’s own Heumilch cheese and freshly baked bread to smoked speck and local Zillertal beer, you won’t be leaving hungry.

    Alpine Celebrations

    Zillertal likes to celebrate: Visit the 500-year-old (!) Gauder Fest in early May to see people in beautiful traditional costumes, or pick and choose from music events taking place almost every weekend during the summer.

    Family hiking in Zillertal in Tirol
    Creek in Tirol

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    Why Visit Zillertal

    • Visit the Zillertal Alps Nature Park and experience unspoilt nature
    • At the Hintertux Glacier, you can go skiing year-round, take a guided glacier tour, or explore the local caves
    • Most of the region’s hotels are family-owned, giving you that extra bit of amazing service
    • Large region with countless hiking and mountain biking options, including e-biking

    Closest Airports

    • Innsbruck: 50 km (45 min)
    • Munich: 170 km (2 h)
    • Salzburg: 130 km (2 h)

    Your Top...

    ...Mountain Huts

    • Kreuzwiesenalm
      Serves classic Zillertal dishes
    • Aarwirt
      Sun terrace within a great hiking area
    • Granatalm
      Have breakfast on the large sun terrace while the kids enjoy the playground
    • Ahornhütte
      Panoramic views, very friendly hosts

    ...Hiking Routes

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