Numerous action and extreme sports give you the right adrenaline rush!
The first fixed-rope climbing route in the Zillertal valley
The 380 meter long fixed-rope climbing route, "Gerlossteinwand", leads along a 240 meter high wall on the same-named mountain. It doesn't only offer Alpine pleasures, but also leads to one of the valley's most beautiful peaks. Introductory trial climbs for beginners are offered on the new route, categorized as medium difficult, which was constructed by the local mountain rescue team, in cooperation with the Zillertal Arena. The local alpine sports schools provide expert tips and accompany beginners on the climb, which can be comfortably reached with the Gerlosstein cable car.
A special adventure for the very brave: take a rafting tour on the Wildgerlosbach River! Fresh air and foaming spray, white water that challenges professionals and gives beginners just the right kick.
Venture on a breathtaking and exciting hike through the Ronachschlucht gorge. Enjoy this unique experience and let our professional canyoning guides lead you through the perils of nature - pure adventure! Cool jumps and abseiling over two waterfalls promise an extra adrenalin kick!
Zell is situated in one of the most beautiful flying areas of europe. (Many years the world-paragliding-championchip took place there)
On the entry to 1320 m altitude, a platform is built, from where you can commit the climbing route. The two climbing routes "Riederklamm" (grade B+) and "Riederklamm" upper part (grade B/C) have a total length of 280 meters and are connectet through a short walk of 100 meters. The two climbing routes "Weiße Wand" (grade B) and "Wasserfall" (grade C/D) have a length of 60 meters and the 4 climbing routes "Gratzer", "Kupfna", "Niggla" and "Stockacha" at the climbing practice have a length of 20-25 meters.
The new tobogganing fun in the Zillertal Valley inspires not only the kids: fun, action and speed await you on the first Alpine rollercoaster in the Zillertal Valley. The 1,450 m of coaster fun begins right at the Zillertal Arena Valley Station in Zell and promises to be the biggest summer and winter attraction with its many waves, steep curves and jumps. A 360° loop and a 540° loop will get adrenaline pumping even more.
A new flying machine and a further development of the Flying Fox, provides even more fun, action and an incomparable bird’s-eye view to all Arena guests! The Arena Skyliner runs on 4 routes with a length of up to 738 m and hurtles with a maximum speed of 50 km/h over the Gerlosstein region.