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Discover the Erste Ferienregion im Zillertal in the Austrian Alps, perfect for your next winter sports holiday. This ski area includes Hochzillertal-Hochfügen and Spieljoch, offering a diverse range of slopes for skiers of all levels. From Kaltenbach, the gondola lift takes you directly to the vast Hochzillertal, while the Wedelexpress connects you to the adventurous Hochfügen. Together, they form a ski area with challenging descents and breathtaking views.
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Piste map & Photos

Features

​​​​​​​561 m - 2378 m​​​​​​​


Pistes (total 85 km)

30 km
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Well-known ski villages of Hochzillertal - Hochfügen

Hochzillertal - Hochfügen: WHERE YOUR PERFECT SKI HOLIDAY STARTS

Selected holiday homes in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen

Apartment Villa Marianne

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

7 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 350 per night

Apartment Grillenburg

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 138 per night

Apartment Zillertal Suites 4

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 248 per night

Apartment Zillertal Suites 2

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 213 per night

Apartment Zillertal Suites 3

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 212 per night

Apartment Premium mit IR-Sauna

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 232 per night

Apartment mit 1 Schlafzimmer

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 192 per night

Apartment mit Balkon

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 208 per night

Apartment Superior mit 2 Schlafzimmer 6P

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

6 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 267 per night

Apartment Premium mit 2 Schlafzimmern

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

4 Persons

2 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 288 per night

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Selected group accommodations of Hochzillertal - Hochfügen

Ferienhaus Hörhager Fügen

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 174 per night

Holiday Home Linnehan

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

10 Persons

4 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 202 per night

Schloßmühle

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

11 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 111 per night

Apartment Steigerhof

Fügenberg, Tyrol, Austria

8 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 122 per night

Apartment Zirbenstube Fügen

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

8 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 157 per night

Apartment Neurauter (FGZ157)

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

10 Persons

3 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 219 per night

Ferienhaus Marienbergl - 8 Personen

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 384 per night

Ferienhaus Marienbergl - 10 Personen

Fügen, Tyrol, Austria

10 Persons

4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 433 per night

Holiday Home Nachtschatt

Fügen, Tirol, Austria

9 Persons

4 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 342 per night

Apartment Stiplerhof

Fügen, Zillertal, Austria

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 133 per night

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Information ski area Hochzillertal - Hochfügen

Are you looking for a suitable accommodation for your winter holidays in the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area? In our extensive FAQ about the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area, you will find everything you need to know about this beautiful ski area. Do you have a specific question not answered in our FAQ or do you need help choosing the right accommodation? Then don't hesitate to contact us!

Where is Hochzillertal - Hochfügen located?

Hochzillertal - Hochfügen is a popular ski resort in the Zillertal, a famous valley in the Austrian state of Tyrol.

Which villages are located in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen?

The Hochzillertal and Hochfügen ski areas are surrounded by a number of villages. The ski areas are easily accessible from these villages. Some of the most important villages near Hochzillertal - Hochfügen are

Kaltenbach: Located at the foot of the Hochzillertal ski area, this village is one of the main access points. Kaltenbach is known for its modern lifts, which provide direct access to the slopes.

Aschau im Zillertal: Situated between Kaltenbach and Zell am Ziller, this village offers a quieter environment. It is a good choice for those looking for a relaxing stay.

Fügen: Fügen is the largest village in the lower Zillertal and is known for its spa facilities, including the thermal baths. Fügen is an ideal base from which to reach Hochfügen and other parts of the Zillertal.

Hochfügen: Although Hochfügen is more of a ski resort than a village, it offers high altitude accommodation right on the slopes. This is ideal for skiers who want to hit the slopes right from their accommodation.

As well as easy access to the slopes, each of these villages has its own character and amenities such as restaurants, accommodation and leisure facilities.

Are you looking for accommodation in a specific village, such as an apartment in Fügen? Use the search function to find accommodation in that village.

How extensive is the piste offer in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen?

The Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area offers an impressive range of slopes. Together, the two connected areas cover around 90 kilometres of slopes. The varied mix of easy, medium and difficult slopes makes the area an ideal destination for skiers of all levels.

What can you tell about the different types of lifts and the total number of lifts in the ski area?

In the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area you will find a wide range of lifts to take you to the slopes. The area has different types of lifts:

Gondola lifts: These offer comfortable transport over longer distances and are ideal for reaching higher slopes. They are ideal for families and groups.

Chair lifts: There are different types of chair lifts, including fast, modern chair lifts with protective covers and traditional open chair lifts. These lifts provide access to different parts of the resort.

T-bar lifts: Ideal for short runs and easier terrain. Often found in beginner areas or connecting nearby slopes.

In total there are over 35 lifts in the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area.

Is Hochzillertal - Hochfügen recommended for beginners?

Yes, the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area is very suitable for beginners. There are dedicated beginner areas with wide, rolling slopes that provide a safe and pleasant learning environment. Especially around the Pfaffenbühel in Hochfügen and at the Hochzillertal mountain station, there are slopes that are ideal for beginners.

Some parts of the ski area, including some red slopes and the valley runs, are slightly more challenging for beginners.

What facilities for children and beginners, such as ski schools and practice slopes, are there in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen?

There is an extensive children's ski area at the Hochzillertal mountain station, ideal for young skiers. There are several ski schools in the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area. They offer ski lessons for beginners and advanced skiers of all ages, including children. The ski schools have qualified ski instructors who teach in several languages, including English.

Does Hochzillertal - Hochfügen offer challenges for advanced skiers?

The Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area is known for its variety of challenging slopes, making it an ideal destination for advanced skiers and snowboarders. The sporty slopes also offer experienced winter sports enthusiasts the opportunity to take on new challenges and put their skills to the test. With a mix of steep slopes, technical sections and varied terrain, there is always something new and exciting to discover for anyone looking for an adventurous skiing or snowboarding experience.

What options are there for snowboarders in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen, including snowboard parks?

Hochzillertal - Hochfügen offers snowboarders and freeskiers a wide range of options with facilities such as a funpark and halfpipe and, above all, a wealth of off-piste possibilities in Hochfügen. This diversity makes Hochzillertal an ideal destination for freeskiers and snowboarders.

Is the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area snow-sure?

Snow conditions in the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area are generally very good thanks to the altitude and modern snowmaking facilities that supplement natural snowfall.

In the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area, which originally consisted of two separate ski areas, snow conditions are different in the different parts. The higher part, Hochfügen, is often snow-assured early in the season and offers good skiing conditions. The lower part near Kaltenbach in the Zillertal sometimes has less natural snow. Nevertheless, the slopes there are very well prepared and groomed to make skiing as enjoyable as possible.

What other winter sports activities can you do in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen besides skiing and snowboarding?

The Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area offers many more winter activities besides skiing and snowboarding. Cross-country skiing, tobogganing and winter hiking are on the programme. There are special facilities for families and children, such as a crèche and playgrounds. This variety of activities makes the area attractive to a wide range of winter sports enthusiasts.

Is an interactive piste map of Hochzillertal - Hochfügen available?

Yes, an interactive piste map is available for the Hochzillertal-Hochfügen ski area. This map provides useful details about the slopes, lifts and other facilities in the ski area. It is a valuable tool for planning your ski holiday in Hochzillertal-Hochfügen, as it provides a clear overview of the ski routes and available facilities. The interactive map is a handy guide to finding your way around the ski area.

Can you ski off-piste in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen?

Yes, off-piste skiing is possible in the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area. This area is known for its various off-piste options, which offer challenging routes and adventurous descents for experienced skiers. The off-piste areas in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen are popular for their powder snow and varied terrain. However, it is important to always follow local safety regulations and observe current snow and weather conditions when skiing off-piste.

Is there a ski pass that covers all the areas in the Zillertal?

Yes, there is a ski pass available in the Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski area that gives you access to all the ski areas in the Zillertal. This ski pass, known as the Zillertal Superskipass, gives access to an extensive network of slopes throughout the Zillertal, including Hochzillertal - Hochfügen and other nearby ski areas. This allows skiers to experience the diversity of the entire Zillertal with a single pass. For the latest ski pass information and conditions, please visit the official Hochzillertal - Hochfügen ski resort website.

What are the après-ski and nightlife options in Hochzillertal - Hochfügen?

In Kaltenbach, near the valley station, there are several après-ski venues, including cosy bars, modern lounges and a snow bar at the end of the slopes. There are also a number of venues in the resort itself where you can enjoy music and a lively atmosphere. Hochfügen also offers good après-ski options.

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