Regardless of whether you come to the Zillertal from the north, east or west, the Brettfall Chapel high above Strass greets you from afar. It stands imposing on a rock and looks like a lighthouse that shows the ships the way: Here it goes into the Zillertal.
When driving through the valley you can already feel the pure nature for which the Zillertal is so famous. The valley, the mountains to the left and right - Zillertal fans love to come back time and time again.
Both in summer and in winter you can experience nature up close. Many sports bring guests and locals alike to you and you with the mountains.
Whether it's going for a walk or hiking, cycling or playing golf, skiing and snowboarding as well as cross-country skiing and tobogganing - get moving and enjoy nature, what could be nicer?
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Those who want something a little more alpine can try their hand at the 50 three-thousand-meter peaks in the Zillertal or take one of the impressive high-altitude hiking trails. World-famous climbing areas such as the "Eternal Hunting Grounds" have been attracting the best climbers into the valley for decades. A trend of the last few years: via ferrata! You will find 7 in the valley.
The Zillertal Cycle Path extends 30 km along the valley floor. Countless mountain bike routes complete the range of cycling options on the mountain. E-bikes make a lot of things easier and can be rented in almost every sports shop. For adrenaline junkies: there are also single trails in the Zillertal.
4 large ski areas and 3 small family ski areas speak for themselves: the Zillertal is a paradise for skiers. There are multiple award-winning snowboard parks in Mayrhofen and Hintertux.
With or without snowshoes: there's something for winter hiking. Follow old tracks or make new ones, the winter hiking trails in the Zillertal are ideal for this. For the dynamic: Cross-country skiing is good for the heart, circulation and muscles all over the body. Toboggan runs of various lengths and levels of difficulty complete the offer off the slopes.
Regardless of whether you come to the Zillertal in summer or in winter - there is always something to do. It is not without reason that the Zillertal is also called the "most active valley in the world". Hobby athletes and professionals get their money's worth all year round.
And if you are looking for company, you will always find like-minded people on site who will be happy to explore the mountains and valleys with you. In the tourist offices you can find out the current offers and tours.