Sportive activities, exciting leisure fun, eventful family programme, marvellous mountain panorama, and impressive nature - paradisical surprises as far as the eye can see! That is the Zillertal Arena, which encompasses the villages Zell and Gerlos in the Tyrolean Ziller Valley as well as the villages Wald/Königsleiten and Krimml in the adjacent Pinzgau district in Salzburg.
Make yourself fit for everday life and enjoy the countless possibilities for individual relaxation and sports.
The climbing trail across the Gerlossteinwand provides mountaineering highlights.
In particular, people in the Zillertal Arena have paid special attention to the desires of our "little guests". There are exciting and varied children's programmes in Zell and Gerlos. The Leisure Park Zell and the Arena Coaster - the first Alpine coaster in the Zillertal - provide an extra portion of fun.
In adddition, the numerous festivals and events with performances by popular Zillertal music bands provide a very special atmosphere.
Zell im Zillertal, Gerlos, Königsleiten/Wald and Krimml/Hochkrimml – these four holiday resorts connect the Zillertal Alps with Salzburg’s Pinzgau region along a 400 kilometre-long network of hiking trails. Up hill and down dale, from gentle hikes to challenging alpine tours, the routes let you explore Austria’s fascinating mountain scenery in all its abundant variety. True mountain enthusiasts appreciate what the Zillertal Arena has to offer: pristine natural beauty, rustic mountain huts and a well-earned rest away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The tobogganing fun in the Zillertal Valley inspires not only the kids: fun, action and speed await you on the Alpine rollercoaster in the Zillertal Valley. The 1,450 m of coaster fun begins right at the Zillertal Arena Valley Station in Zell and promises to be the biggest summer and winter attraction with its many waves, steep curves and jumps. A 360° loop and a 540° loop will get adrenaline pumping even more.
Covering an are of more than 45.000 square metres, the Freitzeitpark has something to offer for everybody: there's also minigolf, volleyball, street soccer, football, and of course the fantastic outdoor pool with slides, whirlstreams, sports pool, and much more!
The 380 meter long fixed-rope climbing route, "Gerlossteinwand", leads along a 240 meter high wall on the same-named mountain. It doesn't only offer Alpine pleasures, but also leads to one of the valley's most beautiful peaks. Introductory trial climbs for beginners are offered on the new route, categorized as medium difficult, which was constructed by the local mountain rescue team, in cooperation with the Zillertal Arena. The local alpine sports schools provide expert tips and accompany beginners on the climb, which can be comfortably reached with the Gerlosstein cable car.
For many it's become the ultimate holiday experience: to reach new heights on the bike and experience the adventure on routed forest trails and special nature trails. Enjoying the forest, the mountain, all of nature, in a very individual way - everybody according to their own speed, uphill with dedication and power, downhill with passion.
Maybe it is exciting mountain biking that makes your heart beat faster, or perhaps you prefer quiet, flat trails on the valley bottom - there are nearly no limits to your desire for action, sport, and nature. After all, the Zillertal Arena lives up to its other name, "Bike Arena"! Over 232 km of mountain-bike trails of all difficulty levels invite you to have fun on the bike.