Zillertal Alps Guided Walking Holiday

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Duration: 7 nights
Type: European Centre Based
Walking Grade: 2 & 4
from £1,379pp £1,279pp with flights

We’ve welcomed guests to the popular Alpine resort of Mayrhofen for more than 30 years. It’s not difficult to understand the draw of this friendly valley with beautiful scenery around every turn. Mayrhofen sits at the junction of four major valleys close to the Italian border. The broad and flat Ziller Valley lies to the east and the Stillup Valley lies to the south in the high mountains of the Zillertal.

Holiday Highlights

  • Enjoy superb walks for all abilities high in the wonderful Zillertal Alps
  • Stay at the utterly charming Hotel Waldheim, an excellent family-run hotel, which wins accolades from guests year after year
  • Marvel at glaciers and snow-capped mountains from the huge Schlegeis Dam
  • Discover remote alpine valleys and high ridges
  • Climb to the stately Olpererhutte for a high traverse below the Tux Ridge
  • Visit the historic city of Innsbruck or take the narrow gauge cog railway to Achensee Lake on your free day
  • Use the network of cable-cars and chairlifts to provide easy access to high meadows and mountains
  • Stay for two weeks enjoying both walking itineraries or combine with Weidach on the Seefeld Plateau, Neustift in the Stubai Alps

What’s included

  • A full programme of guided walks with 2 options every walking day
  • All transport to and from the walks
  • The services of experienced HF Holidays' leaders
  • "With flight" holidays include return flights from the UK and hotel transfers
  • 7 nights' accommodation in en-suite rooms
  • Half board - continental breakfast and evening meal

Trip Notes

Trip notes are detailed, downloadable PDFs for each holiday.

  • Our experienced leaders offer the choice of two different walks each day
  • Choose the option which best suits your interests and fitness
  • We provide flexible holidays. Choose easier walking one day and harder the next or just explore independently or relax around the resort
  • Our leaders are friendly and welcoming making your holiday fun and sociable

Easier Walks: 5 to 8 miles (8-13km) on good paths through valleys and high meadows. Up to 1,200 feet (360m) of ascent in a day.

Harder Walks: 6 to 10 miles (9½-16km) with some steep and rough ascents to summits and cols. Up to 3,100 feet (930m) of ascent in a day.

We operate two walking itineraries at Mayrhofen on alternate weeks. If you book a 14 night holiday you can enjoy both itineraries and all the best walks./p>

 

The Penken area is popular with skiers in winter and walkers in summer who come to enjoy the high pastures. Both walks offer views back to Mayrhofen and further into the Zillertal Alps, and are a good opportunity to get your bearings for the rest of the week.

Option 1 - Penken Summer Pastures

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 1,200 feet (360m)

In summary: After taking a cable car up onto the Penken, the walk follows a circuit through open pastures, abundant with wild flowers in spring and summer and with magnificent views of the valley floor and the surrounding mountains.

Highlight: Reach the summit of the Penkenjoch (2,095m) with it's welcoming huts.

Option 2 - The High Summer Pastures of Penken

Distance: 8 miles (13km)

Total ascent: 1,800 feet (540m)

In summary: The harder group takes the same cable car to Penken and walks the same area but goes further along the ridge to ascend to the Wanglalm, and then drop down to pick up the same traversing path used by the easier walkers.

Highlight: Ascend to the Wangalm (2,128m) with wonderful views over the mountains.


Our walks today are in different areas with the option to explore either to the north or east of Mayrhofen.

Option 1 - Brandberg and the Ziller Valley

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 800 feet (240m)

Total descent: 2,100 feet (630m)

In summary: This group takes a short bus ride to the picturesque village of Brandberg, surrounded by spectacular peaks, and climbs up through the woods to a mountain restaurant with superb views. It then descends back to Brandberg by a different route then continues down the Ziller valley following a pleasant riverside trail back to Mayrhofen.

Highlight: Steinerkogelhaus, a mountain restaurant located in a superb cliff top position. 

Option 2 - Kasseler Hütte: a High Hut, and the Stillup Valley

Distance: 9 miles (14½km)

Total ascent: 2,600 feet (780m)

In summary: The harder walk travels on a minibus to the end of the road in the Stillup Valley, and we then walk up to a high mountain hut with spectacular views in the wild terrain.

Highlight: In the area around Kasseler hut, you may see marmots and ibex.


Today travel to the head of the Tux valley to explore high ridges and remote Alpine valleys, with snow-capped peaks close at hand. Both groups use a cable car to gain height.

Option 1 - Tuxer-Joch-Haus and the Weitental

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 1,000 feet (300m)

Total descent: 2,700 feet (810m)

In summary: We climb to a mountain hut before descending into a beautiful and remote valley passing dramatic waterfall on the return journey to the main valley floor.

Highlight: Views across the valley, and the dramatic waterfall.

Option 2 - Frauenwand and the Weitental

Distance: 8 miles (13km)

Total ascent: 2,000 feet (600m)

In summary: This walk heads cross-country from the cable car station to climb a ridge to a small summit, before descending to follow the same route as the easier group.

Highlight: If we are lucky we should see some marmots and possibly edelweiss. 


Each week there is a free day when no guided walks are offered. This is an ideal opportunity to relax around the hotel, walk independently or visit local places of interest. Some options for your free day may include:

Mayrhofen: Enjoy a leisurely day visiting the shops with lunch in one of the pavement cafés. For a more active day there is an outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts are near the hotel and Mountain bikes can be hired.

Innsbruck: The capital of the Tyrol offers a variety of places to visit, which include the Imperial Palace, Royal Gardens, cathedral and various churches.

Achensee: A popular excursion is to take the narrow-gauge railway to Jenbach and then the steam-operated rack and pinion railway to Achensee, an attractive lake with boat trips and easy walking options.

Local information website: For information on Mayrhofen please visit www.mayrhofen.at

Innsbruck cityscape, Austria


Today's walks offer the choice of an enjoyable circular walk to the nearby village of Finkenberg or a more challenging high level route in the mountains northeast of Mayrhofen.

Option 1 - Finkenberg by Gorge & Woodland

Distance: 7 miles (11km) 

Total ascent: 1,100 feet (330m)

In summary: This route follows a circular path from the hotel, taking in the dramatic Finkenberg Gorge and a lovely path back through the forest.

Highlight: A pleasant walk with lovely views of the surrounding mountains.

Option 2 - Heimjoch and Brandenberger Kolmhaus

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 2,200 feet (660m)

In summary: The harder walkers take a cable car and then follow a path which rises over Heimjoch, through remote terrain to cross a spectacular pass, before descending into Brandberg.

Highlight: Reach two high cols. Excellent views of the Ziller valley.


Both groups take the spectacular journey up to the high Schlegeis Dam at the head of the Zamserbach Valley. The reservoir here is surrounded by dramatic glaciers and high snow-capped mountains.

Option 1 - Down the Zamserbach from Schlegeis Dam

Distance: 5 miles (8km)

Total ascent: minimal

Total descent: 1,800 feet (540m)

In summary: We will explore the lakeside path and then descend below the dam to the valley floor, from where we take a quiet path down the valley alongside the river.

Highlight: Explore the magnificent reservoir at the start of the walk.

 

Option 2 - Berlinger Hohenweg: Friesenberghaus & Olperer-Hütte

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 3,000 feet (900m)

In summary: The harder walk climbs up from the dam to the historic Friesenberghaus mountain hut, and then follows a high level route to the Olpererhütte, another high mountain hut, before taking a steep zigzag path back down to the lake.

Highlight: Reach the Friesenberghaus hut (2,477m) with extensive views down the Zamserbach valley.

 


We hope to see you again soon.


  • Our experienced leaders offer the choice of two different walks each day
  • Choose the option which best suits your interests and fitness
  • We provide flexible holidays. Choose easier walking one day and harder the next or just explore independently or relax around the resort
  • Our leaders are friendly and welcoming making your holiday fun and sociable

Easier Walks: 5 to 8 miles (8-13km) on good paths through valleys and high meadows. Up to 1,200 feet (360m) of ascent in a day.

Harder Walks: 6 to 10 miles (9½-16km) with some steep and rough ascents to summits and cols. Up to 3,100 feet (930m) of ascent in a day.

We operate two walking itineraries at Mayrhofen on alternate weeks. If you book a 14 night holiday you can enjoy both itineraries and all the best walks. 

Welcome to Hotel Waldheim. Unpack and settle in.


Today we use the Ahorn cable car which takes us up to the high slopes south of Mayrhofen. The prominent mountain is the Ahornspitze, the highest summit in the immediate vicinity at over 2,950m (9,700ft), providing great views of Mayrhofen and the surrounding valleys.

Option 1 - Edelhütte: A High Hut

Distance: 5 miles (8km)

Total ascent: 1,200 feet (360m)

In summary: This walk contours around the hillside, through meadows rich in wild flowers, and then we ascend to the Edel mountain hut, from where there is an option to walk out to the fine viewpoint of Am Glatzer. Our return journey descends more steeply and then contours to re-join our outward route.

Highlight: A fantastic viewpoint at Am Glatzer, with views of the Ziller Valley.

Option 2 - Torregenkopf: A Rocky Summit

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 2,100 feet (630m)

In summary: We too walk to the Edel hut before continuing to climb to the summit of the Torregenkopf, using a path with some exposure and fixed ropes on a rocky section. To reach the summit we traverse a narrow rocky ridge, but the views from the summit are well worth the effort. We then return to the Edel hut and follow the same route as the easier group back to the cable car.

Highlight: Summit Torregenkopf at 2,470m.


A spectacular bus ride takes us to Schlegeis, a high dam close to the Italian border. We walk either in or overlooking the Zamsergrund Valley. The scenery is dominated by snow-bound peaks beneath which lie glaciers and moraines.

Option 1 - The Zamsergrund towards Italy

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 1,000 feet (300m)

In summary: This group takes a gently ascending path to a small traditional mountain hut at Lavizalm, and if time we may continue to the Italian border.

Highlight: Walk a high valley surrounded by towering summits with the possibility to walk into Italy.

Option 2 - Olpererhütte to Unterschrammachbach

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 2,200 feet (660m)

In summary: This walk is up an excellent mountain path which climbs quite steeply to the Olpererhütte, a high mountain hut, from where we take a new high level and undulating route around the steep mountainside and across some quite rough terrain.

Highlight: Follow a high level route through the mountainside.


Today we walk in the mountains east of Mayrhofen, through the hills before descending to Brandberg in the Ziller Valley.

Option 1 - Gerlossteinalm, Karlalm, Steinerkogelhaus

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 700 feet (210m)

Total descent: 2,500 feet (750m)

In summary: The easier walk follows a good path that skirts around the base of the Gerlossteinwand before descending to Brandberg.

Highlight: Follow a fantastic panoramic route and visit the Karlarm a simple but welcoming hut.

Option 2 - Gerlossteinwand, Karlalm and Steinerkogelhaus

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 2,300 feet (690m)

Total descent: 4,000 feet (1,200m)

In summary: Our walk ascends to the summit of Gerlossteinwand with spectacular views of the surrounding valleys and mountains, before descending to join the route of the easier group.

Highlight: Climb to the summit of Gerlossteinwand.


Each week there is a free day when no guided walks are offered. This is an ideal opportunity to relax around the hotel, walk independently or visit local places of interest. Some options for your free day may include:

Mayrhofen: Enjoy a leisurely day visiting the shops with lunch in one of the pavement cafés. For a more active day there is an outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts are near the hotel and Mountain bikes can be hired.

Innsbruck: The capital of the Tyrol offers a variety of places to visit, which include the Imperial Palace, Royal Gardens, cathedral and various churches.

Achensee: A popular excursion is to take the narrow-gauge railway to Jenbach and then the steam-operated rack and pinion railway to Achensee, an attractive lake with boat trips and easy walking options.

Local information website: For information on Mayrhofen please visit www.mayrhofen.at

Innsbruck cityscape, Austria


Today offers the choice of walking through an attractive and peaceful valley or a journey along the Tux valley to ascent the summit of Grüblspitze.

Option 1 - Ginzling & the Zemmbach Valley

Distance: 8 miles (13km)

Total ascent: 600 feet (180m)

Total descent: 1,400 feet (420m)

In summary: Our walk starts in Ginzling in the Semmbach Valley, and follows the valley through flower-filled meadows to reach Finkenberg.

Highlight: This area is one of the main historical centres for mountaineering in the Alps.

Option 2 - Grüblspitze, Passes & Lakes

Distance: 9 miles (14½km)

Total ascent: 2,000 feet (600m)

Total descent: 4,200 feet (1,260m)

In summary: We will take the cable car to Eggalm and then climb to the viewpoint of the summit of the Grüblspitze, followed by a remote route to the Torseen lakes, a wild and beautiful spot. From here we descend to a mountain hut and back to the valley for the bus back to Mayrhofen.

Highlight: Panoramic views from Grüblspitze.


For our final day’s walk we head to a magnificent dam set in the mountains or high above the Zemmbach Valley.

Option 1 - Ziller Dam to Häusling

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 2,600 feet (780m)

In summary: Today’s easier walk visits a magnificent dam at the head of the Ziller valley. We walk on a good path across the top of the dam and then pick up a stony path which descends to the valley floor. From here we follow a gently descending path above the river through farmland to the lovely hamlet of Haüsling.

Highlight: Incredible views from the dam.

Option 2 - Berliner Hohenweg: Kesselalm & Pitzenalm

Distance: 7 miles (11km)

Total ascent: 3,000 feet (900m)

In summary: The harder walk starts a few miles past Ginzling in the Zemmbach Valley where we will climb a zigzag path up the wooded side of the valley to reach the Berliner Hohenweg high level route. This fine but narrow path contours along the mountainside, offering unsurpassable Alpine scenery. At the end of the traverse we descend to Ginzling for the return bus to Mayrhofen.

Highlight: The Berliner Hohenweg is a wonderful high level route.


We hope to see you again soon.


  • Our experienced leaders offer the choice of two different walks each day
  • Choose the option which best suits your interests and fitness
  • We provide flexible holidays. Choose easier walking one day and harder the next or just explore independently or relax around the resort
  • Our leaders are friendly and welcoming making your holiday fun and sociable

Easier Walks: 5 to 8 miles (8-13km) on good paths through valleys and high meadows. Up to 1,200 feet (360m) of ascent in a day.

Harder Walks: 6 to 10 miles (9½-16km) with some steep and rough ascents to summits and cols. Up to 3,100 feet (930m) of ascent in a day.

We operate two walking itineraries at Mayrhofen on alternate weeks. If you book a 14 night holiday you can enjoy both itineraries and all the best walks. 

We offer an early season itinerary on the below dates which consists of a combination of itineraries one and two due to snow conditions and the closure of some cable cars:

8, 15, 22 June (& on family week 3 August) 2019

Welcome to Hotel Waldheim. Unpack and settle in.


The Penken area is popular with skiers in winter and walkers in summer who come to enjoy the high pastures. Both walks offer views back to Mayrhofen and further into the Zillertal Alps, and are a good opportunity to get your bearings for the rest of the week.


Today our walks explore the area around Brandberg.


Both of our walks today will take in the Stillup valley.

Option 1 - The Stillup Valley

Distance: 6 miles (9½km)

Total ascent: 500 feet (150m)

In summary: Our walk today takes us through the attractive Stillup valley from our start point at Wasserfall hut back to the hotel in Mayrhofen.

Highlight: Fabulous views throughout the day.

Option 2 - A High Hut and the Stillup Valley

Distance: 9 miles (14½km)

Total ascent: 2,600 feet (780m)

In summary: The harder walk travels on a minibus to the end of the road in the Stillup Valley, and we then walk up to a high mountain hut with spectacular views in the wild terrain.

Highlight: In the area around Kasseler hut, you may see marmots and ibex.


Each week there is a free day when no guided walks are offered. This is an ideal opportunity to relax around the hotel, walk independently or visit local places of interest. Some options for your free day may include:

Mayrhofen: Enjoy a leisurely day visiting the shops with lunch in one of the pavement cafés. For a more active day there is an outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts are near the hotel and Mountain bikes can be hired.

Innsbruck: The capital of the Tyrol offers a variety of places to visit, which include the Imperial Palace, Royal Gardens, cathedral and various churches.

Achensee: A popular excursion is to take the narrow-gauge railway to Jenbach and then the steam-operated rack and pinion railway to Achensee, an attractive lake with boat trips and easy walking options.

Local information website: For information on Mayrhofen please visit www.mayrhofen.at


Today we walk in the mountains east of Mayrhofen, through the hills before descending to Brandberg in the Ziller Valley.


Both of our walks today enjoy routes in the Zemmgrund Valley.

Option 1 - The Zemmgrund Valley towards Alpenrose hut

Distance: 11 miles (17½km)

Total ascent: 2,000 feet (600m)

In summary:  This easier option takes in the Zemmgrund valley. We start our walk at Brietlahner hut and follow a broad contouring track to the Alpenrose hut.

Highlight: The welcoming huts on the route for refreshments.

Option 2 - The Zemmgrund Valley towards Berliner hut

Distance: 13 miles (21km)

Total ascent: 2,600 feet (780m)

In summary: Our route today follows a similar route to the easier group, but continues past Alpenrose hut to return to Brietlahner hut.

Highlight: Extensive views across the Zemmgrund valley.


We hope to see you again soon.


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Hotel Waldheim - Zillertal Alps

Year after year the 4-star Hotel Waldheim has won accolades from our guests for its beautifully maintained accommodation, helpful service and wonderful meals. Owner Helga Pfister and her family pride themselves on the quality of their hotel, they have been welcoming HF Holidays guests for more than 30 years. The hotel offers free WIFI and a spa area with sauna and steam bath.   

Rooms

Hotel Waldheim has 20 immaculate bedrooms.

Twin beds are, as is normal in Austria, arranged as a large frame with separate mattresses and bedding.

All bedrooms at Hotel Waldheim have

  • en-suite bathrooms with shower or bath,
  • cable television, clock-radio, telephone,
  • safe
  • bath-robes
  • hair dryer.

Facilities

Hotel Waldheim has a spacious lounge, a comfortable bar, a ski/boot room which has heated boot rods and an area for drying clothing.

In the basement you will find a wellness centre with sauna solarium, massages can also be booked at the hotel reception.

Food & Drink

Our Guided Walking holidays at Hotel Waldheim are on a Half Board basis and include breakfast and evening meal.

Breakfast

Hotel Waldheim offers a self-service buffet breakfast with hot and cold options.

Afternoon tea

The hotel provides complimentary tea and home baked cakes in the afternoon.

Lunch (payable locally)

It is possible to buy picnic lunches from the hotel and these should be ordered the night before. Alternatively you can buy ingredients for a picnic lunch from the shops in the village. On certain days it may be possible to eat in a café or mountain hut; your leaders will advise.

Evening meal

Dinner is a four-course meal plus a self-service salad bar. Guests are asked to select their choices for their evening meal at breakfast. There is always a vegetarian option available. Special diets can be catered for if requested in advance of the holiday.

Drinks

The hotel has a well-stocked bar serving beer, wine and spirits.

Your Evenings

The friendly atmosphere of our holidays continues into the evening.

Enjoy a glass of wine or local beer before hearing about the next day's activities. Your evening meal is the main focus of the evening. However you may like to join your leader for a stroll into town, enjoy a round of crazy golf, or visit the local skittle alley. 

Your leader will check for any local events going on nearby or you may like to relax on the terrace or in the bar, with a drink and chat to your fellow guests.

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What to Bring

Essential Equipment

To enjoy walking/hiking comfortably and safely, footwear, clothing and equipment needs to be suitable for the conditions. Safety and comfort are our priorities, so our advice is to come prepared for all eventualities.

  • Footwear with a good grip on the sole (e.g.Vibram sole) is the key to avoiding accidents.
  • Walking/hiking boots providing ankle support and good grip are recommended (ideally worn in), and specialist walking socks to avoid blisters.
  • Several layers of clothing, which can be added or removed, are better than a single layer (include spares).
  • Fabrics (lightweight and fast drying) designed for the outdoors are recommended.
  • Waterproof jacket and waterproof over trousers.
  • Warm hat and gloves. 
  • Denim jeans and capes are not suitable on any walks.
  • Rucksack with a waterproof liner.
  • Thermos flask for hot drink.
  • Water bottle (at least 2 litre).
  • Spare high-energy food such as a chocolate bar.
  • Small torch.
  • First aid kit – your leader’s first aid kit doesn’t contain any medication or blister kits (such as Compeed).
  • Sun hat and sunglasses
  • Sun cream.

Optional Equipment

  • Walking poles are useful, particularly for descents.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Camera.
  • Gaiters.

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Zillertal Alps

  • Single room: £21 per night 
  • Independent travellers can join our transfer from Munich Airport: £50 single

Stubai Alps

  • Single room: £12 per night
  • Independent travellers can join our transfer from Munich Airport: £35 single
Duration:
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Walking Grade:
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