The ultimate winter feeling in Zillertal

State-of the art lifts will take you up to our extensive winter skiing areas and then endless skiing fun can begin. It only takes one ski pass to get access to 506 kilometer of ski runs and 181 lifts. 

The ski runs have been prepared perfectly and they are snow proof. Environmentally friendly snow guns are used if the runs are short of snow.  Whether challenging steep slopes, downhills runs for the family, deep snow slopes or fun parks for carving skiers - Zillertal caters for all tastes!  There are also permanent race courses for racers.

Numerous inns, mountain restaurants, rustic ski huts, sun terraces or après ski bars offer ample opportunity to have a  cosy break or end the day in good company. 

Interactive ski map

Skiing - nearby!

The skiing areas Zillertal-Arena and Hochfügen-Hochzillertal are in close proximity
The ski bus and train stop at a 2 minutes walking distance from Klausnerhof. The ski bus is cost free. 

If the snow condition allows it, you can ski into the valley within skiing area Hochzillertal.  2 times a week skiing by night is offered on this ski run. Your precious little ones are well taken care of at the Zwergerl club, at the valley station.

Please, note! From winter 2015/16 new downhill ski run within the Zillertal Arena!

Ski areas

Away from the ski runs - alternatives in winter

If the snow condition allows it, cross-country skiers can access the cross-country ski run right in front of our house.  Other scross-country ski runs can be found in Gerlos or Hintertux (14 km run and 6 km run for skate skiers).

Ice skating or curling facilities are offered at the Freizeitpark (leisure park) in Zell am Ziller that has an ice rink, besides an indoor tennis centre and skittle alley.

Proper tobogganing
 can be done at the Hainzenberg (approx. 3 km away) on the well-lit tobogganing run, which, with a length of 7 km, is the longest within Zillertal. 

Away from the ski run