The region

Your vacation in Königsleiten in the middle of the Zillertal Arena

Summer vacation in the Hohe Tauern National Park

The alpine village of Königsleiten at 1,600m above sea level is a true paradise for all those who love nature and want to be active in summer. Surrounded by the picturesque mountain landscape, the region offers ideal conditions for hikers and mountain bikers. With an extensive network of hiking trails and mountain bike routes, there is something for everyone. Family-friendly activities such as the Krimml waterfalls or the high ropes course provide additional variety. A summer vacation in Königsleiten in the Zillertal Arena is the perfect combination of relaxation, sporting activity and nature experience.

Hotel Hotel Ronach - Tradition & Moderne im Zillertal
Hotel Hotel Ronach - Tradition & Moderne im Zillertal

Winter vacation in the Zillertal Arena

Winter in Königsleiten in the Zillertal Arena is a dream come true for all snow and winter sports enthusiasts. As part of the largest ski area in the Zillertal, the region offers a variety of slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. The modern lifts and perfectly groomed pistes guarantee an unforgettable skiing experience. Away from the slopes, activities such as snowshoeing, tobogganing or romantic horse-drawn sleigh rides through the snow-covered landscape are tempting. A winter vacation in Königsleiten offers the perfect mix of sporting challenges and relaxing moments in a breathtaking mountain world.

Further excursion destinations

National Park Worlds Hohe Tauern

Experience the unique alpine adventure world around Austria's highest peak (Großglockner, 3,798 m) and another 266 three-thousand-meter peaks, over 342 glaciers and one of the most powerful waterfalls in the world under one roof.
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Zillertaler Höhenstraße

The ride on the Zillertal High Road is an unforgettable experience. It is one of the most beautiful alpine roads in Austria and leads up to an altitude of 2,020 m - with your own car, bus or bike.
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National Park Gallery

The Cinema 3000 forms the entrance to the National Park Gallery with impressive images of the high alpine nature. Via the National Park Gallery, a 360 m long tunnel with exciting information on great topics.
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Krimml waterfalls

The Krimml Waterfalls - in 1967, were the only ones in Austria to be awarded the nature conservation diploma of the Council of Europe. They were the target of researchers and tourists from an early age. The height is 380 meters and extends over three steps.
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The fascinating attraction for young and old. Experience what our water can do. Informative, interesting and entertaining. You will be amazed! Water is our elixir of life, which has sensational abilities.
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Spruce castle

Young and old guests of the Zillertal Arena can now let off steam while scrambling up the climbing tower, sliding down the slide tower or working in the crane tower.
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Arena Coaster

The Arena Coaster is not just for kids: fun, action and speed await you on the Alpine roller coaster in the Zillertal.
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Grossglockner High Alpine Road

For more than 50 million visitors, the Grossglockner High Alpine Road has been an incomparable experience since 1935. The most famous alpine road ends in front of the highlight of the Hohe Tauern National Park.
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