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Visit Zell am Ziller in summer - there are plenty of things to do! Whether hiking, cycling, climbing or golfing, the magnificent scenery in Zillertal with numerous peaks over 3,000 metres means that no one sits around for long. An enjoyable hike or extensive mountain bike tour in the mountains or valley, a great stop for refreshments at a traditional Alpine lodge or fun and action for the whole family at one of the many attractions – there is something for everyone in the Zillertal Arena.
Relaxation, sport and games are top of the list at the Zell am Ziller Leisure Park; "Treasures of the Zillertal Valley". The parkland between the indoor tennis courts and Zell am Ziller's open-air swimming pool is being completely redeveloped.
In the three main areas:
... numerous attractions for old and young are being created, which in many ways will be worthy of the valley's "treasures".
Childhood is full of enchanting and magical moments – you and your family can rediscover this with the magic spruce at Fichtenschloss. A very long time ago, the industrious elves came to the Rosenalm, where they built a large beautiful castle for the royal couple who were supposed to live there.
A via ferrata close to the valley with two interesting sections and fantastically exciting rope bridges, which you can reach on foot from our building. There are ample steel brackets and several exit points on this magnificent route next to the waterfall.
You can start via the rope bridge behind the archery ground, next to the 'Jausenstüberl' restaurant; or follow the signs for the 'Klettersteig-Rundwanderweg', turning somewhat down stream over the bridge and climbing on a path to the entry point: in each case, only a few minutes.
With a total length of 48 km, the Zillertal 'Höhenstraße' High Alpine Road is one of the most beautiful Alpine roads in Austria, which
There are access roads up from Ried, Kaltenbach, Aschau, Zell - Zellberg and Hippach - Schwendberg.
Tirol’s largest lake - Lake Achensee - offers sports activities, outdoor time in nature and recreation in a stunning mountain and lake scenery.
Over 500 kilometres of marked hiking trails, 250 kilometres of (e-)bike routes, 183 kilometres of signposted running trails, numerous climbing and via ferrata routes, two perfectly groomed golf courses and much more await. No matter if you travel as a family, with friends or solo - the region surrounding Lake Achensee has something for everyone to enjoy. A boat trip with the Achensee ships is a unique way to explore the lake, and also a great opportunity to journey through the region’s history. The Karwendel cable car and the Rofan cable car transport visitors effortlessly up the mountains, and as you ascend, you will be treated with an incredible bird’s eye view of the scenery.
For more than 130 years, it puffs its way up the mountain from Jenbach in the Inntal valley to Lake Achensee, covering almost 7 kilometres and 440 metres of elevation: The Achensee steam cog railway, which is the oldest of its kind in Europe.
The terminal station is Seespitz in Maurach, where your next excursion awaits: a leisurely panoramic boat cruise on Lake Achensee.