Mountain Summer in Austria

Gerlos in the Zillertal valley is the ideal starting point for sporting and family activities in the Tirolean mountains. The Zillertal Arena, which extends into the neighbouring Pinzgau with the villages Wald/Königsleiten and Krimml with the Krimml waterfalls, offers plenty of fun for all ages.

Summer facts

  • 200 km of waymarked hiking trails
  • 800 km mtb trails in the entire Zillertal
  • 232 km mtb trails in and around Gerlos
  • Rafting on the Gerlos stream
  • Canyoning in the side valleys
  • High rope course in Gerlos
  • Via ferrata with flying fox in Gerlos
  • Via ferrata with arena skyliner in Gerlosstein
  • Mountain bike practice course
  • Single trail route from Isskogel to Gerlos

  • “Erlebnis Reich Weg” (nature discovery trail): 50 stations explain the relationship between man and nature
  • 52 km of running and Nordic Walking routes
  • Arena Coaster – the spectacular alpine roller coaster with a length of 1.5 km
  • Krimml waterfalls (Europe’s largest waterfalls)


Hikers can enjoy themed walks and nature trails in the valley, delightful alpine walks or challenging mountain tours to the high peaks of the Zillertal valley.

More hiking »


Almhof mountainbike tour Gerlos

Mountain bikers can explore the distinctive mountains of the Zillertal on approx. 800 km of bike routes.

More mountain biking »


And more…

In addition, the Zillertal offers countless opportunities for climbing enthusiasts. Numerous waymarked running trails are perfect to escape the stresses of everyday life while running or Nordic walking. For golf enthustiasts there is an 18-hole course in Uderns, featuring a spacious practice facility and a total of 35 practice tees, a chipping and a pitching green as well as putting greens.


Guest review

“The smell of fresh alpine flowers and the tinkle of cow bells as we hiked each morning was lovely. If you want something different and are considering Almhof – just go! Do it!” (Hotel review on TripAdvisor)


Summer offers