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Here you’ll find the facts, figures and advice you need to get yourself in and around the stunning year-round resort of Hintertux Zillertal. We’ve put together the most concise guide you’ll find covering all you need know about Hintertux Zillertal airport transfers, public transport and general tips on getting from A to B in no time at all. This is one of the few resorts where you’re guaranteed great skiing all year-round, which makes it wise to know the various airport transfer options to consider during peak time. Read on for the details and a few trade secrets.
Occupying an enviable plot in the Austrian Alps, Hintertux Zillertal can be found in the Tux-Finkenberg area and caters to skiers of all ages and abilities. Noted for being an exceptional choice for intermediates, there’s no place better than Hintertux Zillertal to take skills to the next level. A total of 59 ski lifts serve a full 24 pistes, though across the area as a whole you’ll find runs totalling upward of 236 km. The highest runs in the area are way above the 2,500 mark which makes for excellent conditions throughout the season. There’s also a well-reputed Snow Park for boarding too.
There are plenty of major airports in the area that remain connected with Hintertux Zillertal all year round with superb resort transfer services. The closest airport is Innsbruck from which you can get right to the centre of Hintertux Zillertal in less than 90 minutes in decent conditions. Heading over the two-hour mark you’ll be able to get into town from Balzano, Munich or Salzburg which are connected with pretty much every corner of Europe. There’s also St. Gallen-Altenrhein about three hours away, which is reputed for its budget flights. Always keep an eye on cheap carriers like Ryanair and EasyJet for special deals – both of which served airports around Hintertux Zillertal and can be remarkably cheap.
Organised Hintertux Zillertal airport transfers are usually the fastest and safest options for the simple reason that the drivers know the roads and the routes better than anyone else. The following guideline times apply to standard driving conditions with light traffic and fair weather:
Here’s a fun fact – cable cars are officially the safest form of public transport in all of Austria! Always good to know when this is the way you’ll be getting around for most of your stay.
If looking to get into Hintertux Zillertal by way of public transport, the best advice is to look for train services ending at Mayrhofen from where you’ll find regular buses into the resort.
However, we don’t recommend public transport when and where connections, flights or short time-frames come into play as services can be infrequent and slow to say the least. For the best results, always book your airport transfer services ahead of time and ensure your safe, warm, timely and stylish arrival!
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