Mountain Climbing in Tyrol
Plan your mountain tour in Zillertal
Budding climbers as well as experienced alpine enthusiasts will find their "very own Everest" in the Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday region, either accompanied by an experienced mountain guide or on solo tours. Zillertal's highest mountains are an irresistible challenge for many, for which a climbing axe, rope, crampons, or excellent hiking boots and a healthy sense of balance are required for the climb. The Hochfeiler (3,510m), Große Möseler (3,478m) and another 80 three thousand metre high peaks await you! Mountain lovers will experience high-altitude euphoria as they scale the summits and enjoy the breath-taking views.
Zillertal Mountain Guides
Explore the mountains together with a professional guide. If you are unsure about where to go and require assistance in planning your hike, then contact the Zillertal mountain guides, who are happy to provide helpful advice.
High Alpine Information
A specialist guide from the Tyrolean Mountain Guides Association will be on hand until 07.09. to answer your questions. He/she will be at Europahaus to provide information on alpine and high altitude tours, as well as the topics of walking, hiking and climbing. DATES 12.07. bis 21.09.2022 Tuesday from 08.00 to 13.00 hrs Wednesday from 13.00 bis 17.00 hrs
Nature Park Information
A Nature Park mountain guide is on hand to provide information on the Nature Park region and advice on suitable hikes & summit tours, as well as information on prevailing conditions in the area and more... DATES - 20.06. to 19.09.2022 Monday from 09.00 to 12.00 hrs (Attention: Due to the public holiday on 15.08. the Nature Park Information is cancelled)