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Hiking & biking paradise

Leave everyday life further behind with each step you take, find your own rhythm and enjoy the magnificent natural landscape of the Zillertal and Tux Alps at your own pace. With 1,400 kilometres of hiking trails, there’s a favourite route for everybody in Zillertal. Whether on a leisurely ride with the family or speeding along as a pro, 1,200 kilometres of bike routes offer something to delight all cycling enthusiasts.

Zillertal Alps High Mountain Nature Park

Whether hiking or biking, climbing or golfing, swimming or simply relaxing and enjoying – you will encounter unique moments that you will remember forever in the magnificent mountain scenery of the Zillertal.

4 autumn hike tips

Sunrise Gedrechter

This sunrise hike takes you up to the Gedrechter summit cross with its gigantic view. Let yourself be enchanted!

Zittauer Hütte

The Zittauer Hütte is located at the end of the Wildgerlos Valley. The Wildgerlos lake and the glacier world of the Wildgerlos lake stretch out there.

Pfitscherjochhaus

Here you take a trip to Italy, because the Pfitscherjochhaus is in Italy. A hike full of history and wonderful views.

Bichlalm

A beautiful hike through the Tux valley. The Bichlalm snack station tempts you with Zillertal delicacies and a magnificent panoramic view.

Bike & Hike

Up and down. Cycling is more popular than ever and there’s a real hiking boom. It’s only logical that a combination of both has launched a new trend! It’s called “Bike & Hike”, which means you do the first stage on your bike and then continue on foot to the summit!

4 autumn bike tipps

Fügen-Geolsalm-Gartalm

From Fügen, head up towards the Spieljochbahn mountain station. Just below the mountain station, the trail leads to the Geolsalm and on to the Gartalm.

Singletrail Isskogel

A single trail for beginners and experts. Numerous serpentines, north-shore elements and pumps demand some skill.

Panoramatour Penken

The bike tour starts from the Penkenbahn mountain station up to the Penkenjoch. The very challenging descent into the Horbergtal leads over the Schwendberg to Mayrhofen.

Höllensteinhütte-Grieralm

You start in Lanersbach through a forest section before the view into the Tuxertal valley becomes free. From the Höllensteinhütte continue in the direction of Grieralm.

The magic of mountain restaurants

People who take active holidays in Zillertal and enjoy hikes or mountain bike rides spend a lot of time in the fresh mountain air – and are sure to be very hungry! However, stopping off for a bite to eat at one of the over 150 Zillertal lodges and mountain restaurants does more than just quieten rumbling stomachs – the home-made Zillertal specialities also tantalise the taste buds and delight the soul!

Zillertal Activcard

With the all-in-one ticket for the ultimate enjoyment of nature. From May 22 to October 10 2021, the Zillertal Aktivcard serves
as the key to extraordinary mountain experiences, specially selected natural highlights, great culinary worlds and lots of family fun.

The Zillertal at a Glance

Cuisine in Zillertal

Award-winning traditional inn, toque-holding restaurants, romantic lodges and stylish mountain restaurants guarantee unique taste experiences.

Hosts in Zillertal

Find the right accommodation for your perfect winter holiday in Zillertal – from cosy private rooms to luxury five-star hotels.

Family Holidays in Zillertal

Zillertal is one of the top family destinations in the Alps. It offers a healthy mix of adventure, recreation and relaxation for all ages.

Getting to Zillertal

Zillertal is located in the west of Austria in the state of Tyrol and is the widest of the side valleys on the south side of the Inntal Valley. Get to Zillertal safely and comfortably.