Zillertal Arena in the Winter
The Zillertal Arena is located at an altitude of 1470 to 2302 metres. It is a snow-assured region and has 51 very modern ski lifts, 1143 km slopes of which 11 km black, 89 km red and 43 km blue. It is the largest ski region in the Zillertal area. The 320 ha of snow slopes guarantee snow during the whole season! Endless ski fun between the Salzburgerland and Tyrol regions. In the spring you can still ski to your heart’s content even up to the end of April! The ski region links Zell am Ziller in Tyrol with Königsleiten and Hochkrimml in Salzburgerland.
- 142 km slopes
- 51 ski lifts
- 200 km cross country tracks
- 4 fun parks
- 31 huts and mountain restaurants
Chalets in Zillertal Arena
About Zillertal Arena
- 142 km of groomed slopes
- A total of 51 ski lifts
- 2 high altitute cross-country trails in Köngsleiten and Gerlosplatte
- 4 snowboard fun parks
- 31 huts and mountain restaurants
Lifts & Slopes
143 km. slopes | 30% Blue slopes | 62% Red slopes | 8% Black slopes | 5 Competition slopes | 5 gondolas | 26 Chair lifts | 19 ski tows | 2 half-pipes | Fun park
The Zillertaler Super Ski Pass and the Zillertal Arena Ski Pass are used in the Zillertal Arena. These passes will ensure you can use all lifts in the Zillertal Arena. The modern chip card technology allows you to leave the ski pass in your pocket at all times. A 2 euro deposit is paid when the pass is issued. This amount will be returned when you hand-in the pass at any of the lifts upon your departure.
The Zillertal Arena Ski Pass and the Zillertaler Super Ski Pass can also be used at the Wildkogel Ski Arena in Neukirchen am Grossvenediger.
Free post and ski busses connect the towns and the valley stations of the Gerlosplatte, Hochkrimml and Königsleiten. A ski bus also departs from Wald im Pinzgau and Neukirchen. A valid ski pass allows you to take the ski bus between Neukirchen, Wald im Pinzgau, Krimml and Königsleiten. The ski pass will also allow you to cross the new Gerlosplass free of charge.
There are various ski schools in the Zillertal Arena where you can learn ski or snowboard techniques in small groups. The various ski teachers can teach you the latest techniques and styles. Select a perfect instruction programme for a week as a group or individually, undertake fantastic skiing trips or deep-snow descents with the best-trained guides or get to know the most beautiful locations and huts of the extensive ski region of the Zillertal Arena during a skiing trip. Additional information on the ski and snowboard lessons is provided below. Information regarding the additional options that can be booked per accommodation can be found under Additional information on the individual accommodation pages.
- Ski/snowboard lessons at Wald/Königsleiten
- Ski/snowboard lessons Hochkrimml (Filzsteinalm, Duxeralm and Silberleiten)
Snowboarders have reason to be in the Zillertal Arena. There are various half-pipes and fun parks for the real freestyle aficionados. A new attraction has recently been added. The first Boarders Playground Snow Park in the Zillertal: The Hot-Zone Park at the Vorkogel lift in Gerlos. The snow park has a wide variety of obstacles to ensure everyone can find something to their liking. Whether you are a beginner or a professional, you can work on your skills here.
Book your skiing equipment online!
ChaletsPlus has made arrangements with Sport 2000 Hölzl in Königsleiten , Sport 2000 Herzog in Neukirchen and Sport 2000 Bernert in Bramberg to provide online ski equipment reservation options. This ensures that you do not spend unnecessary time during your holiday making arrangements and that you are eligible for an attractive discount! Online ski equipment reservation made easy. Go to the chalet or apartment of your choice and select as an additional option ski/snowboard rental Sport 2000 Hölzl, ski/snowboard rental Sport 2000 Herzog or ski/snowboard rental Sport 2000 Bernert.
From December to April, the tracks on this 200 km cross-country route will be fresh in this snow-assured region.
There are various tobogganing tracks that can be used both during the day and in the evenings.
The Hainzenberg has a 7 km lit tobogganing track, the longest of the Zillertal.
The Krummbachtal has a short lit tobogganing track, 2 km. Last but not least, the 2.2 km natural tobogganing track in Krimml. This tobogganing track runs from the Gasthof Schönmoosalm to the town centre of Hochkrimml/ Krimml.
9 ski and snowboard schools | 37 huts and snow bars | 5 permanent competition circuits | 1 artificial ice-skating rink | 2 indoor tennis/squash courts | Lift capacity of up to 84.000 people per hour | Boarders Town in Gerlos | 7 km (night) tobogganing track, Gerlosstein and lit tobogganing tracks in Gerlos and Krimml | Free ski bus
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