Skiing in Zillertal - What You certainly did not know

11/29/2015

  • Biggest Skiing region of the Alps
  • 506km of perfectly groomed slopes
  • 170,1km blue, 252,6km red and 39,2km black pistes (degrees of difficulty)
  • 72% of the slopes are covered with artificial snow
  • Altitude of the ski areas from 630m up to 3.250m
  • € 140 million will be invested solely in winter 2015/2016 in modernization of the infrastructure
  • New from December 2015: The 3S Penkenbahn, the most modern cable car concept in the world
  • 1 ski pass for the whole valley
  • 181 lifts and cable cars
  • 305.450 people total transport capacity per hour
  • 1.444 hectares of slope surface
  • 365 days a year skiing at the Hintertux Glacier
  • More than 150 huts for Skigaudi, culinary art on the mountain and Apres Ski
  • 35 ski bus lines for easy accessibility to all skiing regions
  •  5 snowparks for freestyler und snowboarder


The Zillertal, the largest skiing valley in the world, is ideal for limitless winter sports. 181 modern lifts take you quickly and comfortably from 580m up to 3.250m above sea level.

506 well-groomed slopes offer the right challenge for every taste - from ambitious, athletic downhills and untracked deep powder snow slopes to the sunny, wide carving slopes for families, beginners and connoisseurs.

That's not all: snowboard fun parks, permanent race and speed routes, ski kindergartens as well as numerous cozy chalets and superbly located mountain restaurants with sun terraces inspire simply every guest.

The Zillertal is divided into the following 4 greater resorts:

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