Zillertal Arena, the largest winter sports destination in the Zillertal region of Tyrol, not only caters to snowboarders and skiers but also presents an enticing playground for freeriders. The meticulously groomed slopes cater to all skill levels, from beginners to advanced skiers. One of the resort's highlights is the renowned toboggan run, the Arena Coaster. Beyond the ski runs, visitors can explore the awe-inspiring Naturpark Zillertaler Alpen, with its vast expanse of over 80 glaciers, or visit the iconic Berliner Hütte, a historical symbol of alpinism's early days. The Zillertal Arena ski resort stretches from Tyrol's Zillertal to Salzburg's Pinzgau, offering an unparalleled array of ski slopes. Characterized by its diversity, family-friendly atmosphere, and dependable snow conditions, the Zillertal Arena promises relaxation and excitement for visitors of all ages. The resort provides an array of amenities, including SkiMovie routes, scenic photo spots, and free Wi-Fi hotspots throughout the ski area.
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Zillertal Arena ski resort is situated in the Austrian Alps, linking the Ziller Valley in Tyrol with Pinzgau in Salzburgerland. It encompasses several villages, including Zell am Ziller, Gerlos, Königsleiten, and Hochkrimml.
Multiple public transportation options from major European cities offer convenient and budget-friendly travel opportunities. Once you arrive at Jenbach, your designated station, you can effortlessly reach your lodging through the Zillertalbahn or public buses. If you’re flying into Innsbruck or Munich, dependable airport shuttles are available to swiftly and comfortably transport you to your accommodations. Find out more
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December - April