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New at Zillertal Arena – Zell am Ziller/Gerlos/Königsleiten/Hochkrimml

2016/2017


Dorfbahn Gerlos I


10pers. Gondola lift with seat heating (monocable circulating ropeway)

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Dorfbahn Gerlos II


10pers. Gondola lift with seat heating (monocable circulating ropeway)

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NEW! Austria's longest downhill valley run - 1,930 metres of vertical drop in one non-stop descent!

Austria’s longest downhill valley run! Boasting 1,930 meters of vertical drop, it offers pure, unadulterated skiing pleasure – and it can be skied in one run to boot! If you start at the highest point in the Arena – the ‘Übergangsjoch’ at an elevation of 2,500 meters – and ski all the way down to the valley then you cover an astounding almost 2,000 vertical meters over a distance of some 10 kilometers.

NEW from December 2016: Dorfbahn lift in Gerlos new 10-seater mono-cable detachable gondola

Boasting a sports shop, ski rental outlet, comfortable, state-of-the-art ski storage facilities and a covered car park for more than 200 cars, the 3-storey base station building in the village center is set to offer new standards of quality. Capacity problems in bringing passengers to the ski area in Gerlos will be a thing of the past. The middle station is located at the Rössl Alm, the mountain station on the Vorkogel at an elevation of 2,100 meters.

2015/2016


Zell am Ziller valley run

The new slope, which begins at the middle station near the Wiesenalm, is 2.2 km long and features a slope of approx. 50% making it a challenge (black slope). A special treat for all ambitious winter athletes: a continuous run from the Übergangsjoch at 2,500 m down to the base in Zell or Rohrberg at 580 m is possible and thereby 8.4 km of slopes and 1,920 vertical meters are conquered.

New winter highlight in the Zillertal Arena: the HöhenFresser (elevation devourer) Tour in Zell am Ziller

Austria's longest valley run - 1,930 vertical meters in one run!
The Zillertal Arena will open a new and long-awaited highlight this coming season: The longest valley run in Austria offers pure skiing fun with 1,930 vertical meters in one run! The Zell am Ziller valley run is thereby the slope with the highest elevation difference in Austria and does its name justice.

2013/2014


Moseltret-X-Press


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble and seat heating

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New in Winter 2013/14

• 6-person high speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble and heated seats replaces 2-person chairlift in Gerlos
• Extension of the snow-making facilities
• Purchase of 9 new grooming machines
• Speed check track in Hochkrimml
• Kids' speed check track in Gerlos


2012/2013


Kreuzwiesn-X-Press


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble

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Action-Park Kreuzwiese

After enjoying a successful start last winter, the Action-Park Kreuzwiese is set to enter its second season – complete with the ultra-cool Snakerun, the spectacular Bagjump, the BMW xDrive Cup SkiMovie course and the BMW xDrive Speed Check run. Pure action in the Zillertal Arena!

NEW: Free WLAN hotspots

Now even more service and fun for our guests! As of the 2012/2013 winter season, numerous WLAN hotspots at the lift stations and the mountain huts offer free Internet access with your smartphone.

Extension of the snow-making facilities

The Zillertal Arena guarantees perfect slopes and almost 100% snow reliability – this is why further investments will be made again this year in order to increase snow-making capacity throughout the entire ski resort. This results in perfect conditions for our guests.

2011/2012


Königsleiten Gipfelbahn


8pers. Gondola lift with seat heating (monocable circulating ropeway)

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Action-Park Kreuzwiese

In addition to the existing BMW xDrive Cup SkiMovie course, the offering for action fans has been further expanded on the Kruezwiese: the so-called "Snakerun" produces plenty of adrenalin with many steep curves, waves and jumps. And for those who want to enjoy the great feeling of landing on a cloud, they can try the BagJump - the first of its kind in the Zillertal! Those who want to experience the feeling of ski racing can measure their speed against the quickest in the Arena at the new BMW xDrive Speed Check Course.

New high elevation cross-country trail and winter hiking path

The new high elevation cross-country trail at the Königsleiten mountain station is located at 2,315 m and has a length of approx. 2.5 km. Right next to this, you can enjoy the wonderful mountain view in a relaxed way on the winter hiking path.

Modernisation of the Rosenalmbahn base station

Even more comfort and service: indoor ticket office, integrated ski bus terminal, access via escalators, sport shop, ski rental and ski depot, bistro/restaurant.

Expansion of snow-making capabilities at Kreuzwiese & Gerlosplatte

39 ha more snow-covered surface

2010/2011


Dorfbahn Königsleiten I


8pers. Gondola lift with seat heating (monocable circulating ropeway)

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Dorfbahn Königsleiten II


8pers. Gondola lift with seat heating (monocable circulating ropeway)

Details here


Falschbachbahn


8pers. Gondola lift with seat heating (monocable circulating ropeway)

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Karspitzbahn II


8pers. Gondola lift (monocable circulating ropeway)

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Arena Skyliner - not for the faint-hearted!

As of the 2010/2011 winter season, the Arena Skyliner, a new flying machine that is a further development of the Flying Fox, offers even more fun, action and an incomparable bird's eye view! The Arena Skyliner flies over 4 routes with a length of up to 738 m and soars at a maximum speed of 50 km an hour over the Gerlosstein area.

New mountain restaurant, "Gipfeltreffen"

At the mountain station of the new Königsleiten lift. One of the highest restaurants in the Zillertal Arena.

Completion of the snow-making system

For the popular Sport slope in Zell (No. 18)

2008/2009


Karspitzbahn I


8pers. Gondola lift (monocable circulating ropeway)

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New children's restaurant in the Arena Center in Gerlos


Expansion of the snow-making equipment in Gerlos

Snow-covered ski path leading directly to the center of town in Gerlos. Expansion of the snow-making capabilities near the Teufeltal slope, new slope with snow-making equipment at the Fussalm-X-Press

Expansion of snow-making capabilities in Zell am Ziller

Additional snow-making capabilities on runs 1, 8 and 8a. (Now the run to the Wiesenalm middle station is always open!)

2007/2008


KreuzjochXpress


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble

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Expansion of snow-making capabilities in Gerlos

Teufeltal, Stoanmadl and Vorkogel (runs 4, 4a, 5 and 5a) and a reservoir in Gerlos as well (120.000 m³)

Arena Coaster - A new dimension in tobogganing (Zell am Ziller)


New Kreuzjoch run (9c) (Zell am Ziller)


2006/2007


Gerlos/Fuerstalm closed


Complete snow-making capabilities on the Stoanmandl run (Gerlos)


3 cost-free internet terminals in the Arena Pub (Gerlos)


New restaurant in Gerlos

In the Arena Center near the mountain station of the Isskogel lift with self-catering room (Gerlos)

Widening and improvement of the Sport run in Zell


2004/2005


Isskogelbahn


8pers. Gondola lift (monocable circulating ropeway)

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2003/2004


Plattenkogelexpress I


8pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble

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Sonnwendkopf


8pers. Gondola lift (monocable circulating ropeway)

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2001/2002


HanserXpress


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble

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2000/2001


Plattenkogelexpress II


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble

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KrummbachXpress


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable)

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1999/2000


KarspitzXpress


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble

Details here


FussalmXpress


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable)

Details here


EbenfeldXpress


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable)

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KrimmlXpress


4pers. High speed chairlift (detachable)

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Connection to the Zillertal Arena

Koenigsleiten, Gerlos and Zell am Ziller

1998/1999


Stoanmandl


4pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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Teufeltal


4pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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Duxer 6er Bubble


6pers. High speed chairlift (detachable) with bubble

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1997/1998


Filzsteinbahn


4pers. High speed chairlift (detachable)

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1996/1997


Mitterleger


2pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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1995/1996


Rosenalm I


8pers. Gondola lift (monocable circulating ropeway)

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Rosenalm II


8pers. Gondola lift (monocable circulating ropeway)

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1994/1995


Larmach


4pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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1993/1994


Kapauns


2pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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1992/1993


Duxeralmbahn


4pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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1989/1990


Arbiskogel


2pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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1988/1989


Gerlosstein


40pers. Aerial tramway/Reversible ropeway

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1981/1982


Sonnalm


2pers. Chairlift (fixed-grip)

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