Panoramatour in the Zillergrund
|Dates|| 15.07.2021 |
|Times||MO, TU, WE, TH, FR, SA, SU 08:35|
Category: Excursions / trips / tours
This guided hike in the Zillertal Alps high mountain nature park leads to Valentine's Chapel in the rear of the Zillergrund.
Into the realm of the ibex and 3,000 m- guided hike in the nature park
Our tour starts in Bärenbad and leads us directly to the "King of the Mountains". In the Steinbock.Welten we learn more about the exciting history of these fascinating animals, but we can also observe real ibex in the enclosure. In the wild in the Zillertal Alps there is currently a population of around 80-90 animals. Then we hike past the Zillergründl reservoir to the picturesque high mountain chapel (2,275 m), which is dedicated to Saint Valentine. As a reward for the steep ascent, a wonderful view of the wild, glaciated mountains of the Reichenspitz group awaits us. After a stop and refreshment at the Gasthaus Adlerblick, we take the public bus back to Mayrhofen from the Zillergründl warehouse.
Meeting point: 8.35 a.m. - GH Bärenbad bus stop in Zillergrund
Character: difficult hike with an ascent of approx. 800 meters (350 m descent)
Duration: approx. 5.5 hours; 4.5 hours of which are pure walking time
Contribution to expenses: Adults € 10.00 Guests of the nature park partner companies free of charge!
Refreshments: Alpengasthaus Adlerblick, Bärenbadalm (at the end of the tour)
Number of participants: Maximum 9 | Registration is essential
- in the summer program under www.naturpark-zillertal.at, or with your host
until 8.00 p.m. on the day before the tour.
- At the Nature park or Tourist offices of Tux-Finkenberg until 5.00 p.m. on the day
before the hike.
- Directly in the MyZillertal App or at www.myzillertal.app/naturpark
Further informationHochgebirgs-Naturpark Zillertaler Alpen: https://www.naturpark-zillertal.at/
Destination address for the tourist information:
A-6293 Tux, Lanersbach 401
Plan your route online:
The airports at Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich are between 90 and 230 km from Tux-Finkenberg.