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Highlights in Tyrol

Exciting Highlights in the Zillertal and Tyrol

The Zillertal, the Tyrolean Unterland region, as well as neighbouring regions offer a wide range of exciting activities, memorable sights & attractions.

Almabtriebe in the Zillertal

From September until early October our cows return back into the valley after spending their summers up at the Alm during summer.

 

This traditional celebration of homecoming for the cows entails them wearing elaborate headdresses and guests can enjoy the farmer's market and enjoy a traditional culinary treat.

 

This is a popular place to find a souvenir for friends at home.

Eindrücke

Zillertal's High Alpine Road

Take a trip along the most beautiful, panoramic high-alpine road in Austria with views of the Zillertal, the glacier and Großglockner, all between 500 and 2,000 metres above sea level.

 

The Hirschbichelalm makes a good spot for a break at 1,800 m. Don’t miss the Melchboden viewpoint at 2,000 m.

 

 

 

Krimml Waterfalls

Drive from Gerlos via the Gerlos pass (1,600 m)—here you will see a fantastic panoramic view of the glacier of Wilden Gerlos and upper Tauern.

 

Krimml is home to one of the largest natural waterfalls in Europe–the Krimml waterfalls.

Show Dairy Erlebnissennerei Zillertal

The exciting alpine show dairy, the ErlebnisSennerei Zillertal, sets out to raise food awareness and encourage sustainable cycles for valuable food. 

 

Explore the show dairy with your family, with its show farmhouse, the "SchauBauernhof", as well as the interesting show dairy, the "SchauSennerei". The freshly made produce and fine dairy products can be enjoyed in the SennereiKüche, the restaurant feeding all hungry visitors.

 

Additionally, there is a gift shop for the ideal souvenirs to take back home.

Leisure Park Zell

The Leisure Park Zell is the ideal place for visitors of any age can enjoy memorable moments during their Zillertal holiday. 

 

Outdoor pool including children's pools, giant slides, gold rush playground, and more delight children, while sports enthusiasts can enjoy the tennis courts, sports swimming pool, and the Fun Court.

 

The cafè and buffet is ideal for a quick break & snack before spending some more time in this fun leisure centre.

Show Mine Schwaz

Once you travel through the 800 m deep entrance on the mine railway, an unusual underground experience awaits you.

 

Retrace the tracks of the mountain people who mined for silver and copper over 500 years ago and return to a time when the world was thought to be flat.

Wolfsklamm Gorge Stans

The Wolfsklamm gorge is one of the most beautiful gorges in the Alps and will challenge you with 354 steps and exciting wooden bridges. Walking through this gorge is not just a simple hike, it is a true adventure with all the greatness which nature has to offer.

 

After the memorable hike through the Wolfsklamm, you can continue on the pilgrim's path to St. Georgenberg, which is the oldest place of pilgrimage in Tyrol. Take some time to rest in the traditional inn and indulge in a special treat after this exciting walk.

Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses

Discover the Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses & this lost culture when you visit the traditional farmhouses and discover all the fascinating things about them.

 

This is a collection of 14 traditional alpine farmhouses—the largest Tyrolean open-air museum

FeuerWerk – Wood Wonder World in Fügen

The FeuerWerk is the perfect day-out for you if you need some entertainment on your day off the mountains. This biomass heat and power station is very informative and interesting, and will literally heat up your day.

 

There are daily tours on offer, so the experts can inform you about Austria's most modern and economic biomass heat and power station.

Rattenberg – Tyrol's Smallest City

Rattenberg is a charming little Mediaeval town, which has made a name for itself far beyond its homeland, thanks to its glass industry. The Volksschauspiele Schlossberg (folk plays) are held there every year.

 

The journey on to Alpbach is also worthwhile. It is one of the prettiest rural villages in Tyrol. The picturesque village with its traditional wooden houses is surrounded by beautiful flowers and miles of mountains and hiking paths.

Tratzberg Castle in Stans

Tratzberg castle is considered a jewel of the renaissance among Austrian castles. Its first mention in documents dates back to the 13th century.

 

It served as a border fortress against the Bavarians and as a hunting château as far back as Emperor Maximilian I.

Swarovski Crystal Worlds

Wattens, home to Swarovski’s headquarters, is well worth a visit.

 

The internationally renowned Austrian songwriter and performance artist André Heller has created a water-spouting giant with an enchanting wonderland of crystals inside.

Alpine Capital City Innsbruck

An attractive city with a wealth of cultural and culinary delights, the capital of Tyrol, Innsbruck, offers excellent shopping opportunities and has a style all its own: a romantic city with a backdrop of mountains.

 

The old city centre can look back on 800 years of history. It is home to cultural gems such as the famed Golden Roof, Schwarze Mander sculptures, imperial Hofburg and nearby Schloss Ambras, the Alpine Zoo, and Bergisel Olympic ski jump

 

Apartments

Cottage ambience sweetens any holiday.

Homely apartments with loving attention to detail.

 

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Suites

Stay in style right in the heart of the Zillertal Alps.

Premier holidays in our new & exclusive suites.

 

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Wellness Spa

Modern wellness paradise in the Zillertal.

Feel energized by stimulating heart & circulation to heal body & mind.

 

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Highlights in Tyrol

The best attractions in & near the Zillertal

Look forward to a wide range of exciting sights & highlights.

 

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Ski Paradise Zillertal

Winter Holidays nestled in the mountains

Panoramic views of the majestic Zillertal Alps excites all winter sports enthusiasts.

 

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Stacherhof Inclusive

Stacherhof Zillertal | Wandern

Hiker Service

Hikers are equipped with rental backpacks and poles and can enjoy guided hikes with their host.

 

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Stacherhof Zillertal | Natural Pond | © Markus Adolph

Garden Pond

No better place to relax & chill on hot summer days – our charming swimming pond & garden.

 

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Stacherhof Zillertal | Finnische Sauna | © ML Photographie

Sauna Triplet

Taking nature as inspiration, our wellness & sauna area relaxes as well as offers stunning views of the Zillertal valley.

 

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Stacherhof Zillertal | Fahrradverleih

Bicycle Rental

Serviced rental bikes, bike including a child seat, children's bikes & balance bikes available free of charge for all guests.

 

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