The famous Krimml Waterfalls in Pinzgau are the highest waterfalls in Europe. There is a waterfall trail (open from April to October) with numerous viewing points, and the 'Wasserwunderwelt' where you learn lots of interesting things about the water. A great experience for the whole family.
Indoor and outdoor activities - a colourful mix covering 4,500 sqm: ice rink, ice-skating, ice-hockey, curling; indoor and outdoor tennis courts, bowling alley; volleyball, streetball and basketball courts; Raiffeisen adventure playground, open-air leisure pool, football pitch, mini golf and restaurant
The Alpine roller coaster in Zell offers lots of fun and adventure for people of all ages. With several steep curves, waves and jumps, the ride offers fantastic fun. Things get really serious when you pass the 360° and 540° loops, when even the most adventurous will get an adrenaline kick.
Explore the largest conservation area in the Alps. Covering an area of 1,856 sq. km and hidden away in the High Tauern Region, it is by far the largest natural conservation area in the Alps where you'll find glaciers and dramatic rock faces.
You can discover Zillertal at a leisurely speed of 30 km/hour by steam train. The hissing and steaming of the locomotive will take you back to the time of our grandparents. Enjoy a fantastic journey into the past.
Spannagel caves are situated on the Hintertux Glacier. The main Alpine range comprises mainly of primary rocks. The cave system has been formed by a marble band of limestone crystal from Hintertux to Spannagelhaus.