With side valleys and grounds, the Zillertal is widely ramified and rich in idyllic locations and places where "pure nature" can still be breathed.

In our heading "Zillertal – experience" We present these natural treasures and make you want to experience them consciously. For example, you can visit the southernmost valley of the Zillertaler Alps with the Schlegeisgrund. "Wild" presents the Gunggl in the southwest and in the Zemmgrund meadow Plateaus alternate with rock labyrinths as well as ice and firn slopes.

The Zillertaler Höhenstraße in turn offers a true "panoramic driving experience for the soul" on 50 kilometers.
This way, the Zillertal can be lived away from the mainstream and gentle tourism.



The Zillertal: The Zillertal is considered to be the widest, most fertile and probably also the most famous southern side valley of the Inn valley. For more than 170 years travel writers and poets have been writing about the beauty and the special love of the…


The Gunggl:Parallel to the floite, but further to the south-west, the Gunggl runs. About 1 km south of Ginzling, a steep path branches off the Schlegeisstraße with many bends leading to the wild high valley of the Gunggl. The trail was designed as a riding…

Zamser Grund

The Zamser Grund | The Pfitschergründl: The Pfitschergründl, also called Zamsergrund, is a side of the Zemmgrundes and extends from the end of the generally navigable Schlegeis Bank road, from the so-called Zamser Gatterl, over gentle pasture slopes up to the…


The Schlegeisgrund: With the construction of the Schlegeisstrasse, the highest valley in the Zillertal Alps, which is furthest to the south, has moved closer to alpinists and mountaineers. Now even strollers can walk along the deep green lake and marvel at…


The Zemmgrund: "Those who do not visit the Zemmgrund have only half enjoyed the Zillertal; A larger treasure of natural scenes, a more delightful alternation between green meadow plateaus, horrible rock labyrinths and dazzling ice and dazzling ice and…


The Stillupgrund (Stilluptal): The "Stillupe", which is part of the political community of Mayrhofen, is the shortest of the four (inner) grounds of the Zillertal, and probably also the loneliest. Around the year 1200, some Schweighöfers in the valley were…


The Zillergrund: The Zillergrund extends over 24.4 km from the Heiliggeistjöchl on the border with Italy to Mayrhofen and is the easternmost of the four reasons for which the Zillertal is divided from Mayrhofen. The entire Zillergrund belongs to the political…


The Floitengrund (Floitental) From Ginzling, to the south-east, the Floitengrund branches off, called "Floite" by the locals. It is just like the Gunggl on Mayrhofner municipality area and is not inhabited as an alpine and excursion area all year round.Blick…

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