The Zillertal Valley offers a number of sights to explore which can all be reached easily from Tux.
Erlebe in der Adlerbühne Ahorn am Genießerberg Ahorn Adler, Uhu, Bussard, Falke und Co. bei der rund einstündigen Greifvogelvorführung aus nächster Nähe in der höchsten Greifvogelstation Europas auf 2.000 Metern Höhe.
See, taste and enjoy! Get to know the world of milk and cheese production on 6000 m² and in 11 steps. Of course you try cheese and butter at the place of production. Open daily!
The Erlebnisbad in Mayrhofen is the ultimate water-fun for the whole family: a 101 m long water slide, a tanning grotto, a sauna centre, whirlpool, restaurant, winter garden and a big kids area.The best to relax after a hard days skiing. And the young ones have great fun in the Wuppys Kinderland kindergarten for guest children.
Only few kilometres South from Mayrhofen - past the picturesque village of Ginzling - and along the Schlegeis mountain road you will reach the reservoir. The dam of the Schlegeis Reservoir is 131 m high, 725 m long with a 9 m wide ridge. Enjoy the impressive panorama and walks along the lake or other exciting destinations close by: Pfitscher Joch, Olperer Hütte, Friesenberg Haus and much more...
A rare example of Tyrolean timber work can be found in the Devil’s Bridge, which was built in 1876. The bridge spans a narrow, deep gorge, where the Tuxer River flows. The Hochsteg Bridge also originates from the 19th century and spans the Zemm River. Other interesting natural monuments which can be found in the village include the “Alte Linde” (110 year old lime tree), and the “Alte Buche” (750 year old beech tree).
The 2.5 km long Reservoir Stillupp was built in 1966 and lies at an altitude of 1,116 m. You can reach the reservoir by car or bus along a winding road. You will find a mountain inn situated directly at the reservoir – from there you must continue by foot… There is also a regular bus line that reaches Mayrhofen.
The Zillertal railway was built at a time when travelling by train was a real adventure. Nowadays there is still a special charm associated with riding on the nostalgic steam train. What adults may consider this a trip of long lost days from their own childhood, this is a real adventure for the young ones.
The SichtBAR restaurant within the FeuerWerk hosts seminars, conferences, art, culture, galas, events, and even guided tours. This plant is especially popular because it is currently the most modern and most economical biomass heating plant anywhere in the world. Its trend setting efficiency makes the FeuerWerk a metaphor for modern reality and is an ideal setting place for a number of events related to sustainability, economy and ecology.
Auf der Rosenalm hoch über Zell am Ziller gibt es einen Ort der Fantasie –
Große und kleine Gäste der Zillertal Arena können sich nun beim Kraxeln, beim Rutschen, beim Plantschen im Wasserspielbereich oder beim Werkeln im Kranturm, austoben. Den grandiosen Blick auf die umliegende Bergwelt genießt man am besten von dem 18m hohen Aussichtsturm aus.