<p>Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Zillertal with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.</p>

Luxury Ski Chalets Zillertal

Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Zillertal with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.

Luxury Ski Holidays in Zillertal

As the world’s largest skiing valley, Zillertal ski resort offers a wide variety of skiing with four primary areas, as well as hotels, restaurants and luxury ski chalets too. With its impressive diversity, this enchanting valley has a chameleon-like quality, meaning that there truly is something for everyone here.

In the stunning setting of western Austria, this Tyrolean valley includes the ski resorts of Hochzillertal-Hochfügen-Spieljoch, Zillertal Arena, Mayrhofner Bergbahnen and Ski-& Gletscherwelt 3000. Altogether they offer 180 modern lifts and 544 km of well-groomed pistes, making this area the perfect base for a luxury ski holiday.

There are five regions you can base yourself in when enjoying a luxury winter holiday in the Zillertal Valley. At the entrance to the valley is Fügen-Kaltenbach, home to 12 of the sunniest villages in the region. Extending from Zell-Gerlos in Tyrol into the Pinzgau region in Salzburger Land, the Arena is fantastic for families and is home to the first alpine rollercoaster in the area.

Down-to-earth Mayrhofen-Hippach offers activities for all ages from winter hiking trails to ice skating and tobogganing, whilst Tux-Finkenberg is regarded as one of the most beautiful high Alpine valleys in Tirol. Last but not least, the High Alps Nature Park Zillertal Alps extends from the mountaineering village of Ginzling up to the Hochfeiler and is paradise for long-distance hikers and climbers.

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Exterior of Chalet Ziller in Zillertal with south facing terrace

Chalet Ziller

Zillertal, Austria

Capacity: 6 + 1 guests, bedrooms: 3
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Weekly Guide Prices
Housekeepingfrom EUR 7,700 to EUR 19,999


Laundry Room
Ski Room
Sound System
Wellness/Relaxation Room

Leo Trippi's Highlight

If you're looking for traditional alpine charm then Chalet Ziller has it in spades. This 250-year-old farmhouse is an inviting mountain retreat with open plan living, a large terrace and a relaxation area complete with sauna, rain shower and a heated mosaic bed.

View of snow covered ski area in Zillertal valleyPhoto: Mayrhofner Bergbahnen1 / 5
Four skiers skiing in Zillertal ValleyPhoto: Frank Bauer/Mayrhofner Bergbahnen2 / 5
Three people toboganning in Zillertal-valleyPhoto: Frank Bauer/Mayrhofner Bergbahnen3 / 5
Two people snowshoeing up a mountain in the luxury ski resort ZillertallPhoto: Mayrhofner Bergbahnen4 / 5
Luxury Ski Shalet Ziller in Zillertal in winterPhoto: Chalet Ziller5 / 5

Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Zillertal

Due to the diverse nature and vastness of the region, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to renting luxury ski chalets in Zillertal. From luxury catered chalets to intimate romantic retreats, there is something for everyone here. Whether you like to be in the thick of the action or in a more private location, all options are open to you.

Leo Trippi has hand-picked a beautiful luxury chalet rental in Zillertal with a private location and extensive panoramic views of the peaceful mountain scenery. Located just five minutes from the famous resort of Hochzillertal-Hochfügen, skiers staying at Chalet Ziller can explore slopes up to 2,500 metres above sea level, as well as taking on several cross-country trails.

This Zillertal chalet also has a relaxation and wellness area on the lowest floor of the mountain retreat, complete with sauna, starlit sky, rain shower, and a heated mosaic bed.

Zillertal Resort Information

Zillertal Resort Information

  • Resort Altitude: 1444m (Lowest)
  • Slopes Altitude: 1444m-3250m
  • Pistes: 544km
  • Lifts: 180
  • Nearest Airport: Innsbruck (50km)
  • Blue Slopes: 137.3 km
  • Red Slopes: 248.9 km
  • Black Slopes: 57.3 km

Skiing in Zillertal

Made up of four areas, ski holidays in this area offer an incredible 544 km in total of slopes to explore.

Particularly suitable for families, the Spieljoch area in Fügen provides wide open slopes, a fun park, as well as the FunSlope Spieljoch. Providing 114 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes, the long, snow-covered valley run down to Fügen is particularly popular with groups of skiers. Freeriders can also enjoy the areas of Hochfügen - Hochzillertal and there are several groomed pistes for experienced skiers, as well as a large selection of blue and red pistes.

The largest connected skiing area, the Arena offers 150 kilometres of slopes and has early morning skiing twice a week in March from 6.55 a.m. For something a little different, why not try cross-country skiing with 30 km of trails to explore in the area too.

For the more experienced skiers of the group, the Mayrhofen area is home to the ValleyRun Ahorn, a challenging 5.5 km long black slope. Skiers can also partake in the MayrhofenTrophy, overcoming challenges in the area with the chance to win prizes. With 142 km of slopes to explore, the Ahornbahn cable car runs from 7.30 a.m.

Finally, located at the highest altitude at the Ski- & Glacier World 3000, skiers and snowboarders can explore 202 km of perfectly groomed slopes, as well as challenging freeride areas and mogul slopes. There is also a funslope to enjoy as well as two child friendly slopes.

Family Ski Holiday in Zillertal

Zillertal ski area has something for every member of the family to enjoy. A leading family destination in the Alps, this luxury resort provides ski schools for children of all ages, exciting ski terrain, as well as 48km of toboggan runs.

Offering fun sections of slopes and children’s areas in the snowparks, children staying in Zillertal in Austria will have plenty to keep them entertained.

For the youngest members of the group, kindergartens are available so that parents can also make the most of the ski terrain knowing their little ones are in safe and reliable hands.

When it comes to alternative winter activities for the family to enjoy, the possibilities are endless. Take on the Gerlosstein toboggan run, at 7 km this is the longest run in the Valley. Alternatively, families can enjoy the ice rink KaBOOOM in Kaltenbach or why not take a horse-sleigh ride with Finkenberger Sattel in Dornau - Finkenberg

For something a little different, the Nature’s Ice Palace at the Hintertux Glacier is a natural gem with magical ice stalactites, giant ice crystals, frozen waterfalls and an incredible glacial lake.Open all year, this activity can be perfectly combined with a ski morning too.

How to have the perfect day in Zillertal

  1. Wake up in one of the luxury chalets or hotels in Zillertal and enjoy a hearty breakfast.
  2. Head out and explore the vast 544 km of slopes this stunning area has to offer.
  3. Non-skiers can explore the beautiful landscape of Austria with one of the many snowshoe hiking trails or for the adrenaline seekers of the group, why not take on one of the toboggan runs?
  4. As the sun sets, head back to your luxury chalet in Tirol and unwind with a glass of wine in hand.

Location & Map

Located in the Tyrolean Valley, the closest airport to Zillertal is Innsbruck at just 50 km with a transfer time of under one hour. Both Salzburg (150 km) and Munich (170 km) airports also offer regular flights with transfers of approximately 2 hours. Alternatively, with excellent train connections, you can catch the train from Munich to Zillertal arriving in under 4 hours.

Frequently asked questions

How to get to Zillertal

Located 50km from Innsbruck airport, the car transfer time to the resort is approximately 1 hour 10 minutes. Should you wish to catch the train, it takes around 1 hour 22 minutes.

When does the Zillertal ski season start?

Thanks to the Hintertux Glacier, the area is the only ski resort in Austria open 365 days a year.

Where to stay in Zillertal

With a private and privileged location, Chalet Ziller has glorious views onto the mountains and into the valley. The chalet has three luxurious bedrooms, as well as a welcoming spa area complete with sauna, rain shower, and a heated mosaic bed.

What is the altitude of Zillertal?

The altitudes of the area range from 1444m to the highest point of 3259m.