Toboggan run

Toboggan run Right next to the guesthouse, an unforgettable tobogganing experience awaits you with the opportunity to stop along the way in one of the traditional mountain huts and taste local specialties. In the apre-ski of our guesthouse you can rent a sledge and then just take the Gerlossteinbahn cable car and go. This toboggan [...]


Adrenaline For adrenaline junkies, the Zillertal offers several adrenaline activities in the water or in the air. Paragliding Thanks to the beautiful nature and views that the Zillertal offers, this valley has become a popular location for paragliding. This is easy to spot if you look up into the clouds above you in the valley. There are several paragliding providers in the Zillertal. A popular launching point can be found [...]


Swimming Even in the mountains it is sometimes necessary to cool down in the hot summer months. The Zillertal offers several bathing options, from natural lakes to dams, reservoirs and swimming pools. Swimming on the peaks. With the increasing number of visitors to the Zillertal in the summer season, its main centres are also trying to adapt to this trend. It is now possible to take a dip at almost every [...]


Cycling Thanks to the beautiful mountain landscapes and varied cycling routes, cycling is a popular activity in Zillertal. There are several marked cycle paths that lead through the valley, through picturesque villages, over the hills and up to the mountain peaks. There are also special cycling "single trails". For more demanding cyclists there are challenges such as the Zillertal High [...]


Skiing in Zillertal Zillertal is the largest ski valley in the world and offers up to 542 km of pistes. From 580 m above sea level you can reach up to 3350 m above sea level with up to 180 lifts. Ski from the door of the guesthouse The Gerlossteinbahn ski area is located right next to the guesthouse, allowing you to be first on the slopes and enjoy "Manchester". This small [...]


Trekking The Zillertal Valley is a great destination for hikers. It offers up to 1,400 km of hiking trails from the lowlands to the lonely peaks of the three thousanders. This vast array of routes of varying difficulty allows everyone to find their own. Lifts in summer The summer season in the Zillertal is coming to the fore, which has caused the summer operation of almost all the lifts in the valley. [...]

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