More than 600 kilometers of skiing, excellent facilities at the foot of slopes and landscapes from the Hintertux glacier. The domain of Zillertal, located in the Austrian Tyrol region, brings together all the ingredients for an unforgettable ski holiday. Nestled between 650m and 3,250m, it offers runs for all levels and with just a single pass gives access to the 13 resorts across the Zillertal valley, on the banks of the Ziller River. All villages and the ski resorts within the domain have a great variety of restaurants on offer catering for families with children, couples and groups of friends. Skiers and snowboarders have access to the ski paradise in Zillertal with the possibility of accessing Hochzillertal - Hochfügen - Spieljoch, Zillertal Arena, Gletscher Hintertux, Mayrhofen and Zillertal 3000 areas with perfectly groomed pistes, snowparks, off-piste routes that descend in to the villages of the valley. The different ski areas that make up the domain have so much to offer that there is no fear of being bored! Skiing in Zillertal means that there are always new tracks to discover every day. Mayrhofen is in the centre of the domain and boasts the steepest descent in Austria: the legendary Harakiri with an incline of 78%, only recommended for expert skiers. From the glacier of Hintertux, skiers and snowboarders find wide and long tracks covered with powder snow that, along with the spectacular views attract skiers, even in the warm months. Hochzillertal, meanwhile, is the best freerider resort in the valley and has a good pipe, while Zillertal Arena is the largest resort and has a park in the Gerlos area. For lovers of nightlife and fun, there are endless pubs and nightclubs throughout Zillertal, although the hub is undoubtedly Mayrhofen. Betting on Zillertall means you are more likely to be guaranteed snow thanks to the possibility of skiing on the Hintertux glacier, located at 3,200m. In addition, once you buy a Zillertaller Superskipass you can go skiing in all the resorts in the Zillertal valley. The pass also includes the free use of all the local buses that connect the different towns located at the foot of the slopes and that link them with the lifts to access the slopes of Zillertal.