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Mayrhofen is my second home, it is just a great place to be.

- Christina Kollmer -

TOP 3 in Mayrhofen

01 532 km of hiking trails

02 Zillertal Alps Nature Park

03 Peter Habeler's hometown

Attractive hiking holiday offers in Mayrhofen-Hippach

What is in store

when hiking from hut to hut

Families, sports enthusiasts and hardcore alpinists are all able to find the right distance and level of difficulty on the 532 Kilometre network of hiking trails - from idyllic hikes through romantic forests and valleys to multi-day high alpine tours along the Berlin High Trail or the new Peter Habeler Route there is something to suit every taste and ability.

There are countless ways to explore the unique landscapes of the Upper Zillertal Valley on foot.

Tip: start off with an easy stroll along the Leisure Trail around the Ahorn Plateau or a walk into the Zillertal's tributary valleys!

Ahorn & Penken

Action Mount Penken:
It's all about thrilling fun on Action Mount Penken. At the Funsportstation at 2,000 metres above sea level, the Action Mountain certainly lives up to its name: whether rolling over the water in the air-filled Funballz, scrambling skyward on the „Knorren“ via Ferrate climbing route or enjoying a real go-kart feeling with the brand new mountain carts. Thrilling mountain experiences can be enjoyed by the whole family in the Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday region!

Leisure Mount Ahorn:

Mount Ahorn is a true delight in the summer season. A great starting point for many hikes and hut to hut tours, Mount Ahorn is paradise for nature lovers. The Leisure Trail leads past the Ahorn Eagle's Stage and the „Sinnesspiele“ nature experience centre. Children have the opportunity to discover the mountains in a playful way. Enjoying sunrise breakfast at Freiraum is most certainly an unforgettable holiday experience!

Tip: Make sure you purchase the new family ticket - two adults pay and all children go free!

over 200 guided walks

Adventures that let you experience nature – hiking in the Zillertal Alps Nature Park. Nine mountain refuge huts, countless three thousand metre peaks with rugged rock faces and unique vegetation characterise the Zillertal and Tux Alps. They are also home to rare animal species, which have lived in harmony with hikers, climbers and nature lovers for more than 150 years. Trained mountain guides accompany active visitors from far and wide through the meadows and forests to the unique natural landscapes in and around Mayrhofen and Hippach.

Tip: Take advantage of the Summer programme of the 422 km² Nature Park and join nature park guides on informative walks  through the stunning natural and cultural landscapes of the Upper Zillertal Valley!

Mountain Huts in our Region

No mountain tour is complete without stopping off for some welcome refreshments at an inviting mountain hut or alpine lodge. Delicious cold meat and cheese platters with local bacon and oven fresh farmer`s bread are simply delicious after a strenuous hike in the mountains.
Rest your weary legs on old wooden benches, breathe in the fresh mountain air whilst drinking in stunning views of the lush alpine pastures and majestic three thousand metre peaks.
Check out the numerous mountain huts and lodges at the Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday resort in Zillertal!

Tip: Spend a night in one of the Zillertal Mountain Refuge Huts and experience a sunrise over the mountains…

Zillertal Alps Nature Park

Spend your summer holiday at the foot of the Zillertal Alps Nature Park and savour the tranquility and good health found in the mountains. Hiking fans find the Zillertal Alps Nature Park with its secluded lakes, lush alpine pastures and beautiful mountain scenery particularly attractive. The Zillertal Alps Nature Park, which received the "Nature Park of the Year"  award in 2015, covers an area of 422 km² and extends over altitudes ranging from ca. 1,000m at Ginzling in Zemmgrund to 3,509 metres above sea level at the Hochfeiler Peak, its highest mountain.

Info: The construction of public roads, helicopter flights or cable cars for tourism purposes are strictly forbidden in the High Alpine Nature Park of the Zillertal Alps.

Tip: Over 200 guided walks are offered by the Zillertal Alps Nature Park during the summer months - just let your accommodation provider know if you would like to join one!

Interactive Map

Plan your individual hiking routes with the interactive hiking map. Just click on the map and off you go!

Interactive Map

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