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Why these projects:
- good accessibility from Prague, about 5.5 hours, from Innsbruck about 40 min
- range 10 min Kaltenbach, 14 min Zillertal Arena (143 km of slopes)
- estimated annual rental income of about 5% and further appreciation of your property
- the accommodation is within walking distance to the lifts
- 10 minutes to the Golfclub Zillertal Uderns golf course
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From Zell am Ziller via Gerlos, Königsleiten to Hochkrimml, the largest Zillertal Arena ski resort is located, a 14-minute drive from Fügen Spieljoch. Height up to 2,500 m above sea level and 100% snow guarantee allows skiers and snowboarders of all ski skills to enjoy their winter holiday to the full.
The modernly equipped ski area, with its predominantly new, large-capacity transport facilities, provides a great connection between the entire resort and is one of the best in Austria.
For visitors, there is a 10 km long ski slope with the typical name HöhenFresser-Tour, which is one of the longest ski slopes and at the same time the highest elevation slopes (almost 2000 m) in Austria.
For snowboarders and freestyle enthusiasts, there is Boarder Town in Gerlos, one of Austria’s three best snowparks. Those brave can look forward to a 3 meter high and 14 meter wide 100 meter long halfpipe. Naturally, Krimml offers sports for freestyle enthusiasts. The Action-Park Kreuzwiese in Zell am Ziller is also worth a visit.
For those looking for a deep snow ride, the downhill along the Krimml X-Press over Gerlos is the attraction.
For the “corduroy” lovers, the ski resort adjusts its slopes during the winter season even in the afternoon. Early risers can take advantage of some of the slopes that are open for them at 7 am in the spring.