The Zillertal Arena is the largest wintersports resort in the Zillertal Valley and offers skiers and snowboarders 169 kilometres of perfectly prepared pistes. For beginners and families there are 46 kilometres of blue (easy) pistes ideal for taking those first tentative turns on snow. More experienced skiers and boarders will enjoy cruising on the 113 kilometres of red (intermediate) slopes. Finally, experts can test their skills on 10 km of black (expert) pistes.
The biggest ski resort in the Zillertal Valley
Lifts & Pistes
The Zillertal Arena has an incredible 51 lifts and cable cars transporting skiers and snowboarders to the most beautiful peaks in the region with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain landscape. And once you have taken a few selfies, it is time to whizz back down into the valley on the 169 kilometres of perfectly groomed pistes. The Zillertal Arena ski passes give access to all lifts and pistes in the resort. A wide range of different ski passes are available, from classic one-day passes to deals that allow skiers to take a break during the week. Those who can't get enough action on the slopes should choose the Zillertaler Superskipass, while visitors wishing to travel up without skis and enjoy the spectacular views can buy a single ascent and descent. Let us know which kind of ski pass you would like and we can pre-book it for you.
Action in the Zillertal Arena
Calling all freestylers! The Snowpark Gerlos and the Action Park Kreuzwiesen in Zell am Ziller are the place to be for skiers and boarders in search of kickers, boxes and rails to perfect their skills.
Another highlight is the skicross and boardercross run in Königsleiten, where skiers or boarders can race against each other in groups of two or four. There are also three "ski movie runs" in the Zillertal Arena, where snowsports enthusiasts can record themselves on the slopes.