Between May 25, 2013 and October 13, 2013 the Zillertal Activcard is your key to the sights and attractions of the Zillertal Valley. It covers mountain transport, public transport by bus and train, and it gets you free admission or concessions at many places of interest. The Zillertal Activcard is valid for 6, 9 or 12 consecutive days.
- One uphill and downhill ride a day (11 facilities to choose from)
- Free admission to 6 public outdoor pools (one visit a day)
- Free use of many means of public transport in the area (except for steam train)
- Free admission to the Königsleiten observatory
- At least 10 % discount at numerous Zillertal partner businesses
The Zillertal Active Card can be purchased at all Zillertal Tourist Offices, the Zillertal Tourist Office GmbH Schlitters, the railway stations in Jenbach, Mayrhofen and Zell, numerous base stations and selected partner hotels.
Child rates and discounts:
Children born in 2007 and later travel for free.
Children born between 1998 and 2006 receive child rates.
See the Activcard brochure or visit our website for details.
The Zillertaler Alps Nature Park occupies 379 square kilometers and extends from 1000 meters above sea level at Ginzling to 3059 meters at Hochfeiler. The National Park includes all major elevations in the Alps, from the farmlands in the valley to the pastures above the timberline and the glacier regions.
The interactive maps include all important information about hiking, biking and running routes such as distance, meters in altitude and altitude profile, difficulty, short description of the route and downloadable GPS data. Furthermore, you can share your route with friends by sending it via email, or simply print it and take it with you.
As you have opted for one of the 4 holiday regions, you can plan your hiking tours with our interactive tool.
Of course, you can also choose the right summer mountain railways in order to get to the starting point of your hike or a cosy hut to finish off your day!
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Munich, Berlin, Amsterdam, London and Warsaw - The Zillertal truck attracts visitors wherever it stops!
The successful combination of tradition and modern times is well reflected in the truck's interior design and decoration: Solid, 250-year-old spruce paneling, stones polished by torrents and rivers, and loden cloth.
Visit the Zillertal website for detailed information and dates: http://www.zillertal.at/ontour