Zell am Ziller

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Zell am Ziller belong to Zillertal Arena.

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ericjohansson
10/09/2010
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Personally, the system is too small unfortunately ..

On the other hand, I only have good memories from here, brilliant sun every day ..

The system is enough for a week, but really it's up to season.

FriidaN
18/02/2008 (Modified: 21/09/2011)
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Was there in Jan / Feb -08
A very good stand! It had snowed all day before so the fans were sick very nice pillows on the back !! Even on the front they are feeling very snowy, but it got up quite a while. The slopes were pretty nice but they were Germans everywhere. Unfortunately we were only there one day before we went home to Sweden via the mine. A ski resort that I can recommend!

emmajohansson
31/05/2007
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I was in Zell am Ziller this year. Dety was cruelly traveling there with the north lands. They have the world's best after skis on Tuesdays and Thursdays :) The backs were awesome long and beautiful, but the minus was that there were many long double-chair lifts, which kind took a year to come up for but otherwise grumpy :) The eateries on the hill were awesome but the sad thing was there was no funpark and it had not been snowing for a while so you could not go so badly offpist the men :) It's really a place to recommend, at least side and afterski the way way :)

Skidbruden
02/08/2006 (Modified: 02/08/2006)
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Did not get as much skiing in this area as I wish.
Experienced that most of the time was spent in the elevator after lift after lift.

There were many good areas and good slopes. But you have to decide to go somewhere at a time and let the visit split up in a couple of days to test everything.

At the end of the day one has to think about going home in time for the lifts are many to get home again.

Stefan_Norgren
16/02/2004
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After a week of 10 plus degrees and a reddish nose you are at home, sad as just the ..

Now I can not give a correct assessment of the whole area as I only spent 3 hours at Hintertuxer Gletscher which was ISKALL (but it's a glacier then ..) and totally mongopistad (if it's a word?!)
To go offpiste did not work at all when it was snowing a week before I got there and all the wonderful degrees of minus that had come to degrees that fell to degrees of mining and the wind made impossible for the otherwise nice terrain that I would like to invite you to a couple of really nice days .

Mayrhofen and Zillertal suffered from the same disease, but it was not cold here (at 2k-2500m high) so the snow that was there was "slushie" as they called this.
A little Sunday Sunday rider in the piste that stands in the middle of the slope on the narrowest of passages and plows up large fields, etc.

Well, nice slopes to practice his grandparents in (red, wide pistes mostly) and the girl thought it was good :)

Good beer (Zillertal Pils 25: - for a pint) and wonderfully handsome Wienerschnitzlar for lunch is not wrong.

Otherwise, the crowded ground and the vast fine areas were found to have been the basis of it.
Brant does not look so the most extreme offpiste fantasies are going to be able to stay away, but is certainly an ideal place to learn when the snow is where it will be.

Approved.

 

Simpon
04/04/2003
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I just want to say that it's a very good ski resort with awesome backs. One negative is that there is no grim funpark. If you want to go to one takes half then it's not worth it, it's not that good.

Piddi
10/03/2003
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I have been to Zell am Ziller for six years now. It just gets better and better. There is nice off-piste skiing almost everywhere. The weather is the best one can imagine. However, the nightlife is nothing to cheer for. There are not very many Swedes in these areas. But it is a very good ski resort and I really recommend it!
/ Peter

Piddi
10/03/2003
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I have been to Zell am Ziller for six years now.
It just gets better and better. Beautiful offpiste stretches almost everywhere.
Evening life is not much to cheer for. It is a bad thing for Swedes in these areas, and German girls are so damn ugly.
But it's a crazy nice ski resort.
I really recommend it!
/ Peter

Knut_Rygh
02/12/2002
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In the middle of the Zillertal. Traffic junction similar to Mayrhofen, but lower party factor. Lots of new-rich Russians. The Zillertal Pass operates as mentioned on lifts, buses & trains throughout the valley. so to speak always possible to find powder if you're looking.
The Austrians & other Europeans stick to the trails. The 10 Scandinavian tourists who despise here have everything puddered for themselves

PtothaV
22/05/2002
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A ski resort located in Chillertal, 15 min from Mayrhofen, 40 min from Innsbrooklyn. Hardly comparing to Aguille you Media, but you can find really fun forest skiing. One day this winter we had a day with 70 cm pillows here, right okey. If the weather is good you will see a lot of the shyssta forest when you come up with the egg.

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