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Ziller Valley – a variety of tracks and the most modern lift in the world
Ski slopes – from wide trails with comfortable slopes to difficult routes – stretch for 506 kilometers in the Ziller Valley. The networked 181 lifts with the Zillertaler Superskipass, five fan parks and numerous freeride tracks make the Zillertal a mecca of ski fun.
The Mayrhofen resort will have the most modern cable car in the world in the coming winter season, thanks to which it will be possible to avoid lines. A new descent to the commune Zell am Ziller gives athletes eight and a half kilometers of tracks. By the way, the cost of passes in the ski areas of Zillertal include lunch breaks. Local specialties are located on the menu along with international culinary delights. You can relax here together on the large sun terraces, as well as in the champagne and cigar lounge of the most high-altitude wine cellar Tyrol. Fast Internet allows you to share your experiences with family and friends.
In the Tyrolean Stubai Valley, families with children can enjoy all kinds of winter sports. Tourists are offered four ski regions, each of which can be mastered with a Super Skipass card. Stubai is the largest glacial ski area in Austria, with wide, comfortable slopes and a guarantee of natural snow from October to June, which is possible due to its location at an altitude of up to 3210 meters. In the BIG Family Ski-Camp ski camps, children in a game form will learn to ride smoothly. You can warm up and have a tasty meal in the homes and restaurants of BIG Family Premium.
By the way, children under the age of ten ride on Stubai for free – accompanied by an adult with a ticket! The price of accommodation in hotels of categories 5, 4-S and 4 stars includes spa treatments, a free ski bus and a shuttle service. It also has sports shops and depot. The Stubaital Valley, which is easily accessible from Innsbruck Airport, is suitable for shopping or cultural tourism: from here you can easily reach the Italian city of Bolzano and Munich.
The ski resort of Kitzbühel is 170 kilometers of prepared tracks of all levels of difficulty, including the most spectacular descent of the world – Streif. More than half of all tourists arriving here rest in Kitzbühel in the winter – when you can meet friends and acquaintances from all over the world.
54 ski lifts ply above the tracks, thanks to which you can rise to the mark of two thousand meters above sea level. Between the resorts of Kitzbühel Horn and Hanenkam there are more than 60 slopes.
Those who come to Kitzbühel not for the sake of skiing can go cross-country skiing, take a walk on snowshoes, and even ride in horse-drawn carriage.
In the coming season, Kitzbühel will be pleased with the cultural program: in December, with the Christmas market in the Old Town and colorful fireworks. And during the main traditional events, including the famous Hanenkam race or the World Cup in snow polo, the city of “roes” will turn into an international sports center.
You can celebrate your achievements and eat in numerous restaurants, cafes and mountain huts. Tyrolean cuisine or delights from around the world – the choice is yours. However, we recommend to try the famous Brettellause – a hearty snack served on a wooden board.
Kitzbühel Center is the perfect place for shopping. This is one of the most beautiful open-air shopping areas in all the Alps. The masterpieces of local artisans and high fashion are harmoniously combined with each other. Moncler, Prada and Louis Vuitton boutiques showcases coexist with Tyrolean brands Sportalm, Frauenschuh, Franz Prader and Helmut Eder.
The new film “Spectrum” should surpass the highest grossing James Bond episode “007: Skyfall coordinates” and surprise viewers with stunning episodes, ”said producer Greg Wilson.
By the way, these scenes were filmed in the Tyrolean Alps at an altitude of 3048 meters above sea level. Come and follow the legendary British agent!
The Tyrol Tourist Board, headquartered in Innsbruck, invites you to visit the most picturesque places in the Alpine region