The skiing fun begins right BEFORE the front door. A few turns on the freshly prepared valley run and you can comfortably take the gondola up the mountain.
Let´s go! A total of 180 lifts that take you quickly and comfortably from 560 meters up to 3,250 m above sea level are available for winter sports in the Zillertal. Skiers and snowboarders can expect pure skiing fun on 542 kilometres of slopes - there is the perfect slope for everyone! The ideal stop for a break is also well catered for - around 80 huts offer a break from the sporting activities. If you feel like relaxing in the evening, an enjoyable winter hike will give you new strength for the next day on the slopes. And when you return to your accommodation, the hosts give their guests the feeling of having arrived with Zillertal cordiality. In short: in all holiday regions of the Zillertal you are a guest of friends.
The Zillertal Superskipass is valid in the 4 major ski areas (Hochzillertal-Hochfügen-Spieljoch, Zillertal Arena, Mayrhofner Bergbahnen, Ski- & Gletscherwelt Zillertal 3000) in the Zillertal.
The Hochzillertal-Hochfügen ski area sets completely new standards for a perfect ski holiday - whether for skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, ski touring or snowshoe hiking. Skiing in the Hochzillertal-Hochfügen ski area is a winter dream come true for the whole family amidst the breathtaking and snow-covered landscape of the First Holiday Region in the Zillertal. Whether beginner, advanced or skiing with children, the ski area has the right slope for every skill level. Freeriders will find endless off-piste possibilities in Hochfügen and freestylers can show off their skills on numerous kickers in the Betterpark Hochzillertal. So that you can enjoy the top prepared slopes of the ski area to the full, the guest kindergarten "Zwergerl Club" at the mountain station Hochzillertal, Hochfügen and Spieljoch welcomes the youngest of the family. There the kids, from 3 months to 7 years, are lovingly looked after by our childminders. The Spieljoch skiing area is the first skiing area in the Zillertal and with the longest snow-covered valley run in the Zillertal, it offers fantastic skiing days on a winter holiday with the whole family. Directly below the valley station is the practice area with magic carpets for your children, so that they too can soon develop into piste pros and ski aces!
From Tyrol to Salzburg by ski or board? In the cross-border 4-mountain ski area Zillertal Arena this is possible! The largest skiing area in the Zillertal and Pinzgau is a guarantee for absolute family fun on and off the slopes. Whether in the snow and action parks, on the SkiMovie & Speed-Check tracks or on a ride on the Arena Coaster - the Zillertal Arena is a holiday paradise for young and old. The yellow FUNty, the Arena mascot, is already waiting for his guests! With him, the little ones can take their first turns in the snow - and then the whole family whizzes down the longest toboggan run in the Zillertal. Numerous first-class ski huts spoil you with culinary delights afterwards. Fun in the snow guaranteed!
The modern lifts in the Mayrhofen ski area take action lovers to the crisp pistes on the action mountain Penken and pleasure skiers, families or beginners to the sunny carving pistes on the pleasure mountain Ahorn. Those who like it action-packed pay a visit to the Penken. Mayrhofen shows its quiet and contemplative side at the Genießerberg Ahorn.
Snow guaranteed all year round! Only one ski area in Austria can put this statement on its white lapel - the Hintertux Glacier! Austria's only year-round ski area is part of the largest ski area in the Zillertal during the winter months - the Ski and Glacier World Zillertal 3000. 202 km of fresh snow slopes of all levels of difficulty, untouched deep snow slopes and challenging mogul pistes make the heart of every winter sports enthusiast beat faster. It's seamless from the challenging and varied Eggalm holiday paradise to the sunny Rastkogel plateau and on via the breathtaking panoramic downhill run or 150er Tux aerial tramway to the Penken "pleasure quarter" with Penken Park & Harakiri downhill run. Or you can opt for the route via the snow-covered valley runs to Hintertux, Tux-Vorderlanersbach or Tux-Lanersbach. A superlative downhill run leads from the Gefrorenen Wand at 3,250 m to Hintertux (1,500 m). With a length of 12 km and a difference in altitude of 1,750 m, this downhill run makes your calves really tingle.