Sparkling ice crystals, snow-covered fir branches and radiant sunshine entice you into the magical winter landscape. Hiking in the cold season has become a real supplement. Gentle movement in the oxygen-rich winter landscape is the focus here. Escape everyday stress and immerse yourself in the wonder of nature.
When winter hiking in the Zillertal you can independently stroll or explore the area on guided tours with 10 people max., on a total of 50 km ofperfectly groomed winter hiking trails. Unwind and to enjoy the wonderful nature setting of the Zillertaler Alps taking in fresh mountain air. All this expects you when winter hiking in the first holiday region in the Zillertal FügenKaltenbach, a unique experience for all age groups and snow lovers who wish to leave everyday life and stress far behind and who want to consciously experience the fascinating scenery.
No pre-existing knowledge is necessary when winter hiking in Fügen and Hochfügen. Discover game tracks in the snow and learn how these animals manage to survive the cold and long winter in the forest. With some luck, you might even spot a deer or snow hares when winter hiking around Fügen. When winter hiking in the first holiday region in the Zillertal you will experience nature and all its treasures first hand and will be fascinated by the snow-covered scenery.
The alpine climbing trail Hochzillertal can be reached via the Hochzillertal mountain station (own lift ticket is required) and then via the winter hiking trail to the Wimbachexpress with the Albergo mountain station; the starting point is seen at the Via Ferrata info board right corner of the terrace in the valley;
The use is primarily self-responsibility and at your own risk, a via ferrata equipment (which would make sense for insecure persons; rental at Sport Stock for a fee is organized) is recommended, the Winteralpinsteig ends at the Wedelhütte. A "collection" at the Wedelhütte is not provided, the children's climbing trail and the winter via ferrata can not be reached without skis;
Walking the alpine climbing trail with ski boots is not officially recommended, winter mountain boots or warm stable shoes are necessary, light crampons or shoes may be especially in the spring of advantage;