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    Smooth Winter Holidays in Zillertal in Tirol

    From 100% snow guarantee to countless cosy huts right by the slopes, a holiday in Zillertal is as worry-free as it gets.

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Smooth Winter Holidays

A holiday in Zillertal feels a bit like visiting friends. Perhaps this is due to the many traditional, family-run hotels and inns. Or perhaps it is because visiting Zillertal is so effortless: The region’s snow reliability and short lift waiting times means you won’t have to worry about a thing. Plus, there’s always a cosy hut nearby.

 

Why Visit Zillertal in Tirol?

  • 535 km of slopes covered by one ski pass
  • Home of Hintertux Glacier, Austria’s only all-year ski area
  • No waiting times due to high-volume lifts
  • 80 huts close to the pistes
  • Family-run hotels instead of large chains
We love skiing © Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau We love skiing © Ski Juwel Alpbachtal Wildschönau

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How to get there

By plane:

The closest airports are Innsbruck (50 km), Salzburg (150 km), and Munich, Germany (170 km).

By train:

  • From Innsbruck: direct train to Jenbach (20 min), then a local train or shuttle to your destination
  • From Salzburg: direct train to Jenbach (1 h 30 min), then local train or shuttle
  • From Munich: direct train to Jenbach (1 h 30 min), then local train or shuttle

By car:

  • From the east: take the A1 motorway to Salzburg, then cross through Germany and continue on A12 to the Zillertal exit, then B169 into Zillertal
  • From the west: take the A12 motorway to the Zillertal exit, then B169 into Zillertal

 

Facts & Figures:

4 holiday regions

535 km of ski slopes

180 cable cars and ultra-modern ski lifts

Transport capacity of 318,690 people per hour

75.7% of ski slopes served by snow cannons

365 days a year snow guarantee at Hintertux Glacier

630 to 3,250 m above sea level

9 fun lines & 7 snow parks

80 huts & numerous après-ski bars

Get in Touch

Zillertal Tourismus

Bundesstraße 27d
6262 Schlitters

Telephone: +43 5288 87187

Zillertal Tourismus

Bundesstraße 27d
6262 Schlitters

Telephone: +43 5288 87187

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