Altitude: 630-3250 Meters

Ski Zillertal 3000 in short

  • Very reasonable kids's ski passes
  • Endless skiing, varied slopes
  • Great snow conditions

Ski Zillertal 3000 was inaugurated in December 2001, when it became the largest ski region in Zillertal with almost 200km of slopes. The ski resorts of Mayrhofen, Hippach, Finkenberg and Lanersbach-Hintertux, already ideal and very popular ski holiday destinations, joined together to create a vast ski area called the Ski Zillertal 3000. The ski slopes and views from the Hintertux Glacier, high up in the Zillertal area, will long remain in the memory of any visitor. The other local ski areas are connected by lift and free ski bus, ensuring you can easily ski for hours without having to take the same run twice. Hippach and Finkenberg are small, charming ski resorts for skiers who love peace and quiet but who will appreciate access to the slopes of the Ski Zillertal 3000.

Mayrhofen is the largest ski resort in the Ski Zillertal 3000 ski area and has long been known as one of the world's top ski and snowboard holiday destinations. Beginner skiers will find plenty of practice runs around the mid-station of the Finkenberg, intermediate skiers have an endless choice of well-kept ski slopes and for advanced skiers looking for a real challenge, there is the Harakiri run, the steepest slope experience in Austria with a 78% gradient! There is also some impressive off-piste ski terrain and plenty of black runs for expert skiers to get their teeth into in the Ski Zillertal 3000 ski area. Up on the Hintertux Glacier, the only ski area in Austria to open 365 days a year, you can always be sure of having reliable snow cover. Cross-country skiers and winter hikers have several dozen kilometres of trails to explore, and there are plenty of non-skiing activities available in the different ski resorts. Ski Zillertal 3000 is not to be confused with the Zillertal Arena.

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Overview of slopes and lifts in Ski Zillertal 3000

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Additional information

Blue slopes60,5 km Drag lifts43Start of the season1 June
Red slopes103,9 km Chair lifts26End of the season30 May
Black slopes41,3 km Gondola lifts16Glacier
Off-piste0,0 km Train0Min. altitude630 m
Total205,7 km Capacity56462 Pers./HourMax. altitude3250 m

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Hintertux Glacier: Open 365 days a year

Booked a ski holiday at Mayrhofen and worried about the snow cover? Don't worry, you're guaranteed snow at the Hintertux Glacier! This is Austria's only true year-round ski resort, with high-altitude slopes that are always covered in the white stuff! The ski area has 60km of slopes in the winter and around 20km in the summer, a very decent offering for a summer glacier ski area. The quiet town of Hintertux offers skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to stay within short reach of the glacier so you can get those fresh tracks in in the morning!

Off-piste & freestyle in Ski Zillertal 3000

Snow parks 6Tables
Half pipeBoxes
Quarter pipeRails
BoardercrossOff-piste allowed
KickersOff-piste zone

Ski pass prices (low season)

Low season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Zillertaler Superskipass EUR 115.50 EUR 256.50 5 Years old
Hintertuxer Gletscher EUR 112.00 EUR 249.00 5 Years old

Ski pass prices (high season)

High season 6-day ski pass Children Adults Free up to
Zillertaler Superskipass EUR 115.50 EUR 256.50 5 Years old
Hintertuxer Gletscher EUR 112.00 EUR 249.00 5 Years old

Blogs about Ski Zillertal 3000

21 May 2019 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

One of Austria's most popular ski areas, the Hintertux Glacier boasts 60km of slopes with the most reliable snow cover in the country. The Hintertux Glacier is also linked to the Zillertal 3000 ski area, which offers almost 200km of slopes at ski resorts like Mayrhofen and Finkenberg. But do you know what actually goes on inside a glacier? Here are five fascinating facts about the Hintertux Glacier.... More ›

21 November 2017 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

If you needed another reason to love Ed Sheeran, he’s just filmed the music video of the year at the Hintertux Glacier in the Zillertal Arena. The romantic wintry love story featuring the beautiful Zoey Deutch has us brushing away tears from the corners of our eyes as we wistfully follow along on his perfect ski holiday. There’s no doubt about it, Ed Sheeran has a certain je-ne-sais-quoi, and for teenage girls everywhere, ski holidays this year are going to be inextricably wrapped up wi... More ›

4 April 2017 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

A glistening ribbon of snow spread out over the Zillertal valley, the Mayrhofen ski resort offers many kilometres of pistes at a variety of levels that will keep even the keenest of skiers busy for hours. But when it’s finally time to take a break, some of us will argue that the hunt for the perfect alpine restaurant is just as important as the skiing itself! Luckily for all you hungry athletes, Mayrhofen has ample options for on-mountain dining, all of them steeped in genuine Tyrolean charm. ... More ›

28 March 2017 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

The traditional snow dwellings of the Inuit people have a certain undeniable charm. At 2000m above sea level, Mayrhofen’s White Lounge Igloo Village is an oasis of tranquillity among the hustle and bustle of mountain life. Painstakingly rebuilt every year using a combination of technology and traditional techniques, this is not just your typical après-ski joint. And there is no better way to get the full winter experience than by staying overnight. When the night falls and the stars come out... More ›

22 March 2017 by Danielle in 'Ski areas'' | 0

A favourite ski resort in the Austrian Alps, Mayrhofen has it all - the steepest piste in Austria, a great variety of beginner and intermediate terrain and stunning views from the top of the Ahorn and Penken mountains. But Mayrhofen and the surrounding Zillertal Valley are not just for skiers and snowboarders - the region is equally as famous for its outstanding après-ski scene and popular festivals. Also on offer are a plethora of alternative sports and activities to satisfy even the most dis... More ›

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Ski Zillertal 3000

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The information applies for the ski area of Ski Zillertal 3000. During the ski season information is updated daily.

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No. of slopes open 20
Open lifts10 from 65
Toboggan run open open
Snow park closed

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