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Yeti spotted in the Zillertal? On the move on silent, big soles.
What on earth has been walking here? What has such big feet? Probably a snowshoe hiker. There are plenty of them in Fügen. Often done in a group, these outings are known as “guided snowshoe hikes” and are extremely popular among winter enthusiasts.... show more
Even as a solitary hiker, both with or without snowshoes, you can find numerous scenic snowy trails to recharge your energy levels and bask in nature’s beauty right from the Gardenhotel Crystal.show less
Explore the Tyrolean winter on narrow skis
Initially challenging, but with practice, cross-country skiing becomes an elegant and invigorating way of exercising your body in winter. Whether you prefer classic or skating style, the Zillertal boasts a network of 113 kilometres of cross-country skiing trails. The nearby Fügenberg, situated 1,500 metres above sea level,... show more
provides a stunning mountain backdrop. If you’re interested in learning the proper technique for Nordic skiing, you can take lessons from instructors at the ski schools. And if you want to try touring, the local mountain guides and ski pros are your first port of call.show less
Childish? Of course it is!
A snowball fight in the garden? The Gardenhotel team is always up for that. A toboggan run is just as much fun and there are 48 kilometres of toboggan runs in the Zillertal. Hochfügen boasts two fantastic, floodlit runs. With toboggan in tow, hop on the Spieljoch gondola and enjoy an exhilarating 5.5-kilometre descent... show more
from the mountain station to the middle station. Ice skating is a little less fast-paced but much more graceful. From December to March, you can hone your Flip, Lutz, Axel and Rittberger skills at the ice rink near the Erlebnistherme Zillertal/Fügen spa.show less