The train service runs the length of the Ziller Valley and beyond. There is also an extensive bus service connecting the Ziller Valley and surrounding valleys. There is an efficient circuit of cable cars, gondolas, and chairlifts
| ||Children ||Adults |
|Hintertux Glacier ||£6 ||£11 |
|Salzburg ||£16 ||£30 |
|Neuschwanstein ||£17 ||£30 |
|Achensee/Rattenberg ||£10 ||£20 |
|Krimml Waterfalls - Half day ||£10 ||£21 |
|Innsbruck ||£10 ||£21 |
Entrances and tolls: Some entrances, tolls and optional extras are payable locally.
Kids and Infant prices: Reduced prices are available for children up to 12 years inclusive. Infants who do not require a seat go free.
Limited mobility and wheelchair users: Krimml Waterfalls and Neuschwanstein include quite a few steps and steep sections that may not be suitable if you have limited mobility or are a wheelchair user.
Twin centre suggestion
Why not try a Twin Centre combining 7 days in Mayrhofen, at the Spa Hotel Strass, with its excellent range of facilities, with 7 days in the beautiful resort of Zell am See? A great choice would be the Hotel Fischerwirt.
Transfer to your second centre is usually by coach or minibus and may be via the airport. Call us to book.
The Zillertal Activcard is available locally and gives you a daily ascent and descent on 1 of the 10 cable cars throughout the valley. The Horergbahn in Hippach will run from 4 July - 6 September 2015 and the Ahornbahn will run from 23 May-18 October 2015. All others open on the 7th June 2015. The card also gives you daily access to 1 of the 6 outdoor swimming pools in the valley, use of the transport services in the valley (steam train excluded), admission to the Konigsleiten Observatory and discounts on many other attractions and pursuits. Approx. €60 adults, €30 children for a 6 day pass, €2 deposit for pass, available locally.
Please note: The Penkenbahn lift will be closed for summer 2015.
Discount card offers subject to change based on local tourist board recommendations
Available from £314 (return)