A taste of summer

Hiking, Cycling & Climbing in Tyrol

The Zillertal Arena in summer is a fantastic place for anyone who enjoys the mountains. The breathtaking Alpine scenery alone will give you an appetite for doing things in the great outdoors. Our guests can choose between a variety of outdoor activities. Have you ever tried a high ropes course? Or what about an aerial view of Zillertal courtesy of the flying fox? Or, if you just love classic summer sports such as mountaineering and mountain biking, then there are hundreds of kilometres of routes and trails at your disposal.

Have fun!

Hiking in the Zillertal Arena

Zell in Zillertal, Gerlos, Königsleiten/Wald and Krimml/Hochkrimml – these four holiday resorts connect the Zillertal Alps with Salzburg’s Pinzgau region along a 400-kilometre network of hiking trails. Up hill and down dale, from gentle hikes to challenging alpine tours, the routes let you explore Austria’s fascinating mountain scenery in all its abundant variety. True mountain enthusiasts appreciate what the Zillertal Arena has to offer: pristine natural beauty, rustic mountain huts and a well-earned break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The many places offering refreshments and hospitality make this fantstic offer complete. 

Interactive Hiking Map

A Cycling Holiday in the Zillertal Arena

Cycle from Zell in Zillertal via Gerlos to Wald-Königsleiten and Krimml-Hochkrimml. Whether on a mountain bike, eBike or normal bicycle, the Zillertal Arena has something for every cyclist. You can discover the impressive mountain landscape on two wheels on around 325 kilometres of cycle trails streching from Zillertal in Tyrol to Salzburg's Pinzgau region. The exciting forest tracks and single trails offer guaranteed fun.

Interactive Cycling Map

Climbing and Via Ferrata in Zillertal

Climbing is becoming increasingly popular. All climbing enthusiast can let off steam as they please in the Zillertal Arena. Whether on the high ropes course, the climbing tower in Gerlos, the climbing garden in Riederklamm or on the popular Zillertal via ferrata at Gerlosstein – the holiday village of Gerlos in the Zillertal Arena offers an extensive range of activities for both hobby climbers and ambitious mountaineers.

Cimbing and High Ropes Course

Uderns Golfing Centre

Zillertal's 1st golf course at Uderns will impress any golfing enthusiast. The 18-hole course extends over 65 hectares and offers an excellently designed practice area with covered driving range and short course, PGA golf school and club house.

Visit the Golf Course

Great Water Activities in Summer

Zillertal Arena offers a varied range of water activities, popular throughout the region. Whether you wish to spend your summer holiday splashing around in one of the open-air pools, sailing and relaxing on the Durlassboden Reservoir or doing an adventurous rafting tour – you will definitely find what you are looking for here.

What you can expect