Experience the nature of the Zillertal around Fügen and Kaltenbach when winter hiking…
Snow-covered landscapes, fairy-tale hiking trails and active nature adventures: Experience the mountain world of the Zillertal around Fügen, Kaltenbach and surroundings from its most beautiful and romantic side when winter hiking in the Zillertal! Find your perfect hiking trail in our interactive map or in our brochure with winter hikes.
When winter hiking in Fügen and the greater region you can independently stroll or explore the area on guided tours with 10 people max., on a total of 50 km of perfectly groomed winter hiking trails. Unwind and to enjoy the wonderful nature setting of the Zillertaler Alps taking in fresh mountain air. All this expects you when winter hiking in the first holiday region in the Zillertal Fügen-Kaltenbach, a unique experience for all age groups and snow lovers who wish to leave everyday life and stress far behind and who want to consciously experience the fascinating scenery.
No pre-existing knowledge is necessary when winter hiking in Fügen and Hochfügen. Discover game tracks in the snow and learn how these animals manage to survive the cold and long winter in the forest. With some luck, you might even spot a deer or snow hares when winter hiking around Fügen. When winter hiking in the first holiday region in the Zillertal you will experience nature and all its treasures first hand and will be fascinated by the snow-covered scenery.
Exploring the winter landscape on snow shoes is a special experience in the winter. Expert Alexandra Wechselberger organises guided snow-shoe hikes and whisks guests off for walks in the enchanting winter realm in the Zillertal. Snow shoes can be hired from Alexandra Wechselberger herself, or in one the other ski hire points in the area.
The mountain station of the Wimbachkopf gondola lift, just next to the new Albergo culinary hotspot, is the starting point of this tour. The entrance to this well-secured trail is at the via ferrata info board. Along the ridge to the summit cross of the Wimbachkopf (2442 m) peak, countless beautiful and inspiring views await. After a short break to enjoy the scenery, walkers next descend to the Wedelhütte at 2350 m elevation. This delightful mountain hut boasts an inviting sun terrace and delicious mountain food that will entice you to relax and linger.
Daily on request
Guided snowshoeing and winter hiking tours with Alexandra (certified mountain and nature hiking guide)
Duration of hike: 2 - 3 hours
Meeting place: Valley station of the Spieljochbahn in Fügen
Registration: Alexandra Wechselberger, telephone: +43,650 9303236, firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrations for guided winter hikes is generally possible on the day prior to the event, up to 4.00 p.m.
You will receive additional information on groomed winter hiking trails in Fügen, Kaltenbach and the region as well as winter hiking tips and suggestions in our tourism offices.
The hike starts in Strass, directly opposite the tourist office. Pass the festival hall and the path to the town of Astholz begins. From here the winter hiking trail proceeds in serpentines through the forest to the Maria Brettfall pilgrimage church, where the warm snug in the Maria Brettfall snack station awaits. Energy stores replenished, the route continues from there uphill to the Ellerboden. Follow a short ascent to the right and you come to a viewing point which provides fantastic views across the Zillertal. Bear right at the following junction and follow the road to cross on to the Öxltalweg. The path proceeds downhill via a tarmacked road to the start of the town of Rotholz. Bear right when you come to the first few houses and follow the hiking trail back along the forest to Strass. With a walking time of 1 ½ hours and 255 metres altitude, this winter hike is a lovely excursion in the Zillertal for all the family.
The hike starts at the Hochfügen lift car park and ends right on the Loassattel, which provides a dreamy view to the Karwendel mountains and the Tuxer Alps. The highest point of this winter hike – one which is well worth doing – is at 1690 metres and tempts guests to daydream and take a break for a little while. Alpengasthof Loas provides a refreshment stop, which entices with its "Loas Schnitzel". The hike covers 11.8 km and with just 250 metres altitude of climbing, it is a lovely excursion for all the family.