Excursions & More
The Zillertal Arena in summer is a fantastic place for anyone who enjoys the mountains. The breathtaking mountain scenery alone will give you an appetite for doing things in the great outdoors. Our guests have a large choice 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.
Krimml waterfalls - one of nature’s most spectacular wonders. These waterfalls are the 5th largest and some of the most spectacular in the world. They have a drop of 380m and, with around 350,000 visitors a year, are one of the most visited attractions in Austria. A walk takes you to this gripping spectacle that will leave an unforgettable impression. Experience the refreshing fine spray and the massive power of the water, surrounded by the fantastic scenery of the Hohe Tauern National Park.
Let yourself be transported back to 1713, when this property was built: 280 years later the so-called 'Entalhof' was turned into a museum. Here you will discover an old parlor where most time was spent, a basic kitchen with economical stove and a bucket to collect food waste for the pigs, known locally as a "Britzlarl". You will also find an authentic "Labe" pit latrine.
Guaranteed fun for all those who love water. The fresh spring water in Durlassboden Reservoir reaches a warm 21C in summer. Sailing, surfing or simply splashing around in the water, everything is possible. You can relax in the large sunbathing area next to the lake, with children's play area and barbeque facilities. Durlassboden Reservoir is ideal for a small family excursion. There is also a great walk around the lake. You will find 3 places to stop for refreshments on route.
The expedition begins at Hochzeller Käsealm on Hainzenberg, directly next to the Wildlife Park (towards Gerlos). This tour is perfect for explorers thirsty for knowlege. Find out what it is like inside the mine and feel the tremors in the tunnels. Get an impression of the not exactly homely miners and their social environment. You'll also learn about the political conflicts between Salzburg and Tyrol, the economic situation and the strong influence of the Church.
This high ropes course is particularly close to nature because the ropes span across the middle of a forest. The High Ropes Course in Zemmschlucht is a unique experience not to be missed. A particular kick is provided by the 8-16 m height, next to the 50 m drop of the Zemm gorge. There are 2 courses with 30 different challenges on offer. Guaranteed fun for all those not afraid of heights.