Alpinisten kommen im Zillertal auf ihre Kosten

Alpinisten kommen im Zillertal auf ihre Kosten

For mountain climbers

In the Zillertal, alpinists are more than pleased, many high peaks are waiting to be climbed. The highest peak of the Zillertal is the Hochfeiler with an altitude of 3,510 meters. This summit trip is recommended only for practiced mountaineers. The summit of the Great Möseler is located at 3,480 meters, which is reached in an incomparably impressive glacier tour in exciting ways.

Families do not have to relinquish such wonderful and unique tours. The adventurous mountain tour on the Torhelm (2.494 meters) requires endurance, but can also be mastered with children.

The Krummbachtal, the so-called thumb of the side valleys, is crossed in the course of an eventful hike. Along the route, three alpine huts invite you to refresh yourself. If the hiker follows the course of the Schönach in the valley of the same name from the Gasthof Oberwirt over the Stinkmoosalm, it goes up to a height of 2,000 meters. From here, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Schönachkees glacier.


Switch off and relax on unique mountain and hiking tours in the Zillertal

The Wimmertal also offers a beautiful hike over the Wimmertalalm for untrained people. At the end of the hike begins a marked mountain trail, which leads to the Wimmererscharte at 2,500 meters altitude. The charming Schwarzach Valley lies to the west of the Schönach Valley and attracts nature lovers with an equally unique natural landscape. A hike along the Schwarzach over the Schwarzachalm ends at 2,475 meters at the Schwarzachscharte.

On each of these mountain tours the everyday life gets more and more far from you and you get closer to the pure enjoyment of nature. The Zillertal offers the right mountain and hiking tour for every type of hike and rewards every arduous climb with new impressions and magnificent, unique views into the Tyrolean mountains.