Skiing in the Zillertaler Alps

Every day another skiing area

The Zillertal, in Tyrol, is a true winter paradise and offers some of the best ski areas in the Alps. With a combination of snow-sure pistes, modern lifts and breathtaking mountain scenery, the Zillertal is a popular destination for skiers and snowboarders from all over the world. One of the outstanding ski areas in the Zillertal is the Zillertal Arena. This area, which stretches across the towns of Zell am Ziller, Gerlos, Königsleiten and Krimml, offers varied terrain for skiers of all levels. From gentle slopes for beginners to challenging runs for pros - the Zillertal Arena covers a wide range of options. There are also snow parks, toboggan runs and cosy huts to stop off at and enjoy. In addition to the Zillertal Arena, there are other ski areas such as the Spieljoch ski area in Fügen or the Hintertux glacier ski area, which is open all year round and therefore also offers skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to enjoy the slopes in summer.

The Zillertal offers you the following ski areas:

Ski-Zillertal 3000 (Hintertuxer Gletscher,Eggalm, Rastkogel, Penken, Mayrhofen)
1 ski pass for 4 ski regions
530 kilometers of pistes, 180 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts that will take you quickly and comfortably from 580 meters up to 3,250 meters above sea level.
total of 167,3 km, 12,9 km difficult, 102,5 km medium, 51,9 km easy
630 - 3,250 m above sea level

Spieljoch (Fügen)
total of 21,1 km, 2,7 km difficult, 10,8 km medium, 3,6 km easy
550 - 2,050 m above sea level

Zillertal Arena (Zell/Ziller, Gerlos, Königsleiten, Wald, Krimml, Gerlosstein, Ramsberg)
total of 143 km, 11 km difficult, 89 km medium, 43 km easy
580 - 2.500 m above the sea level

Hintertuxer Glacier
total of 48,7 km, 2,3 km difficult, 34,9 km medium, 11,5 km easy
1,500 - 3,250 m above sea level

Ski- Optimal (Hochfügen, Hochzillertal)
90,7 km gesamt, 14,6 km difficult, 41,3 km medium, 29,7 km easy
600 - 2.500 m above the sea level