Zillertal is an immense ski region, with 542km of slopes spanning across four areas: Hochzillertal-Hochfügen-Spieljoch, Zillertal Arena, Mayhofner Bergbahnen, Ski & Gletscherwelt Zillertal 3000, all accessible with the Zillertaler Superskipass. In addition to this, Zillertal's guests have 40 ski schools, 180 lifts, 125km of cross-country ski tracks, and 460km of snow shoe and winter hiking trails at their disposal.
The region is home to some seriously unique winter activities both on and off the slopes. Skiiers and snowboarders can star in their own winter film or try to beat some records with the skiMovie and Speed-Check runs in the Zillertal Arena, run the racetrack at the panorama lift in Hochzillertal and enjoy night skiing every Friday. Kids will love the Arena Coaster in the Zillertal Valley and the Albert Adler Tour on the Ahorn in Mayrhofner Bergbahnen, where the region mascot accompanies young skiiers on a beginner-level obstacle course.
With guided tours through the largest marble cave in the Central Alps, winter walks to the frozen Schleier Waterfalls, and the thrilling winter via ferrata in Hochzillertal, the slopeside offerings are every bit as exciting.
Plus, there's plenty for gourmands to enjoy, with over 100 mountain restaurants and alpine huts. For hearty Tirolean cuisine after some serious skiing, head to the newly renovated Platzlalm. Another new addition for 2020/21 is the expansive exhibition area at the Zillertal Beer BrauKunstHaus, which holds regular tours and tastings of Tirol's oldest private brewery.