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Zillertal is one of the most popular holiday regions in Austria. Between Hochzillertal-Hochfügen (Spieljoch is also part of Hochzillertal since 2016), Zillertal Arena, Mayrhofen, and Hintertux...

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82/100
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(Number of reviews: 8)

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Overall: 82 / 100
  • Great variety of slopes for advanced skiers
  • Guaranteed to have great snow
  • Great value for money
  • Modern Lifts
  • Good Après-Ski
  • Designated areas for children
  • Great variety of slopes
  • There could be more easy terrain for beginners

Zillertal Arena – Zillertal's largest ski resort

Zillertal is one of the most popular holiday regions in Austria. Between Hochzillertal-Hochfügen (Spieljoch is also part of Hochzillertal since 2016), Zillertal Arena, Mayrhofen, and Hintertux Glacier, guests get to choose from four great ski resorts. Zillertal Arena is Zillertal's largest ski resort, boasting 143 kilometres (89 miles) of slopes and 52 lifts (state: March 2016). A quick overview of Zillertal Arena's benefits gives it away: this ski resort gets top scores in our review.

  • Generous free parking at all base stations makes for a comfortable start of your ski day.
  • Efficient conveyor lifts make idle time a rarity at Gerlos and Zell am Ziller.
  • A large portion of the lifts are modern chairs with weatherproof caps.
  • Apart from the valley run to Zell, nearly all slopes are relatively snow-proof, due to an elevation of 1,300 metres (4,265 ft)

The variety of cosy Tyrolean restaurants, the three terrain parks (including a half-pipe), and the good service stood out in particular at Zillertal Arena. But the ski resort doesn't come off badly in any of the other categories either.

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Sabine (Age: 41-45)
Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2018
Travelled as: Family
Our children are enthusiastic
We have been driving in a silver holiday apartment for several years. From there we start directly in the Zillertal arena. Our children love it and now, as teenagers, explore the ski resort alone. You're going pretty well.
Simon Schick (Age: 36-40)
Skill: Beginner • in Mar 2018
Travelled as: Group
Large and varied
There is much to see in the Zillertal arena. I liked it best in Gerlos and King's Guide. Zell am Ziller had me too many red slopes. I like blue, dear. Cabins and food were great everywhere!!
David Novak (Age: 51-60)
Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
Travelled as: Couple
Wide, snow-proof, varied, awesome.
A real increase is hardly possible yet.
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Martin Bauer
Martin Bauer (Age: 26-30)
Skill: Pro • in Mar 2005
Travelled as: n.V.
Eldorado for advanced Riders
The biggest ski resort in the beautiful Zillertal Valley will make the heart of the sporty skiers beat faster, who on the 215 piste kilometres can find enough variety to spend one or more great ski... Read complete review
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