The top ten summer holiday tips
To make sure your mountain adventure is absolutely perfect, here are ten tips for planning your summer getaway.
2 - A deeper insight into the eternal ice at Nature’s Ice Palace
Nature’s Ice Palace at the Hintertux Glacier is a natural gem, unique worldwide and an ideal year round excursion destination for the whole family.
3 - Spannagel Cave
The Spannagel Cave at the Hintertux Glacier is Europe’s highest altitude publicly accessible cave and a very worthwhile day trip destination for families with children.
hourly guided tours every day from 11.00 am to 2.00 pm
hourly guided tours every day from 10.00 am to 3.00 pm
4 - Guided Glacier Tour
Glaciers are, and always will be, an amazing natural attraction. Whatever the season, glaciers never cease to amaze with their extraordinarily powerful appearance. Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from July 1st to mid-September, 2019.
5 - NEW! Luis' Kugelsafari
A brand new highlight awaits hikers of all ages at the Hintertux Glacier. Three exciting ball runs and a giant ball tower are waiting to be discovered in Luis‘ Kugelsafari.
7 - Bicycle heaven in the Zillertal valley
Crystal clear mountain air and stunning natural scenery provide the perfect setting for all mountain bike enthusiasts. The initial ascent is made easy by using the gondola. Free bike transport provides convenient access to exciting bike trails.
8 - Pepis Kinderland at Finkenberg
Since summer 2017 the latest highlight of the Penkenjoch awaits all children, the new Pepis Kinderland.
9 - Capella Granata
The Capella Granata at Penkenjoch, built in 2013, is a place of contemplationand silence. Built by star architect Mario Botta, the chapel's form of arhombic dodecahedron symbolizes the shape of the garnet, as it can befound in the Zillertal. The chapel is open throughout the summer.
10 - NEW! Almspielerei Eggalm
Around the top station of the Eggalm cable car at 1,950 metres, the brand-new children’s paradise “Almspielerei” (Alpine Games) offers a wealth of play areas just waiting to be put through their paces.