SUMMER, SUN, FEELING GOOD
Summer in Zillertal
The Mayrhofen holiday region in Zillertal is a unique hotspot for an array of adventurous activities during the summer months. Discover the lush alpine meadows and mountains of our enchanting region while hiking, biking, climbing, or whilst enjoying a veritable plethora of exciting outdoor pursuits.
Enthusiastic alpinists can feed their thirst for adventure in the protected Zillertal Alps Nature Park, with a huge choice of hiking & climbing routes, and explore the three gigantic reservoirs, over 80 glaciers, mountain lakes and rockpools.
The valley is also characterised by impressive natural landscapes that open up to reveal a diverse summer world with fabulous views, where visitors can create memorable holiday experiences. Whether action, wellness, hiking or adventure holidays.
The choice is simply amazing!
Tyrol · Zillertal · Mayrhofen
the whole family
Hiking & Climbing
Hundreds of kilometres of well-maintained hiking routes offer the perfect opportunity to enjoy the natural landscapes of Zillertal. While activities undertaken in the tributary valleys of Mayrhofen are of the more leisurely kind, alpine pros can feed their thirst for adventure on hundreds of mountain peaks in every grade of difficulty. Everything can be found here, ranging from gentle walks, to easy hikes, hut to hut tours and alpine adventures.
The mountain terminals of Mayrhofner Bergbahnen cable car systems (Mounts Penken and Ahorn) are the starting point of a veritable plethora of mountain tours and high-altitude hikes. Here, in an alpine world dominated by flora and fauna, you can find rare animal species as well as brightly coloured alpine flowers such as gentian and arnica, and even the occasional orchid.
In addition to popular sport climbing & bouldering areas, enthusiastic climbers will enjoy the facilities offered by Zillertal Climbing Centre, especially in bad weather. Several via Ferrate climbing routes in the surrounding area also offer inexperienced climbers the opportunity to acquire a taste for "climbing air".
MOUNTAIN & VALLEY
CYCLING HOLIDAYS IN TYROL
Mountain & Bike
Anyone who has ever experienced the stream of clear mountain Zillertal air from the saddle, already knows there is probably no better place in the world for cycling enthusiasts. The impressive natural landscapes and well-developed network of roads and trails tick all the boxes for every cycling genre, ranging from family touring enthusiasts to pros.
Freeriders can look forward to challenging single trails, while families enjoy the wonderful natural landscapes of the valley bed, along the 30-km long Zillertal Cycle Path. Racing cyclists feel right at home on the Zillertaler Höhenstraße Alpine Road and Gerlos Pass road, with steep climbs, winding bends and a huge choice of peaks to surmount along the way.
Golf, mini golf. swimming and more.
something to do.
ACTION, SWIMMING, TENNIS,...
Away from the mountains
There’s certainly no chance of getting bored in our region! There is simply too much to discover and experience in the holiday region of Mayrhofen, the entire Zillertal and Tyrolean Inn Valley.
A visit to one of the surrounding swimming pools or bathing lakes is always a highlight for families. You can hone your fitness levels at Mayrhofen leisure park with football, beach volleyball, basketball, tennis or athletics and practice for the perfect pit at the adjacent mini golf course. Or perhaps you might prefer to enjoy the extensive facilities provided by Zillertal Golf Club?
Those seeking the ultimate adrenalin kick will find just the kind of summer experiences they are looking for at local action clubs, who offer white-water rafting, canyoning, paragliding and much more. Kids will feel right at home at the local playgrounds, which include Mayrhofner Water Games, or the extensive Auenland. Mayrhofen Skate Park is yet another popular meeting place, especially for teenagers!
What an incredible region
in the Tyrolean Alps
Pictures courtesy of Zillertal Tourismus GmbH & Ferienregion Mayrhofen
Joy and smiles
are the summer of life.
- Jean Paul -