it's only you and nature
Whatever your plans are: be it alpine adventures, small hikes, longer trekks or just an afternoon on a nearby mountain hut – at Kramerwirt you came to the right place. We can give you tips and suggestions for all the side valleys and summits of our region, we also offer a large selection of lecture in our hiking library, detailed hiking maps, backpacks and even sticks to borrow for free. Everything is ready for you to explore the Alps!
There are more than 200 km of trails to explore in and above the valley. You can also take the cable cars of Penken or Ahorn to go from Mayrhofen to 2000m in a matter of minutes. From there you can discover plenty of huts and summits at your will.
The side valley (Zillergrund, Zemmgrund, Stilluptal, Tuxer Tal & Floitental) surely are highlights of every summer holidays and should absolutely be on your bucket list! You can also take the public buses or your car to reach the famous water reservoirs of the valley.
For sure you have already seen pictures of the famous bridge above the Schlegeis lake – but don’t hesitate to ask us for our favourite spots off the beaten paths ;-).
We are partners of the nature park
We also love to hike ourselves, and invite you on hikes to our farm or hunting huts as often as we can. Our guests can discover the most beautiful spots of the region for free and in best company! Since we are partners of the nature reserve “Naturpark Zillertaler Alpen”, you can go on the guided trips and hikes without any extra charge. We know all their guides and can only recommend checking out their schedule for the whole family and for every niveau!
You can check out these links to help you plan your hikes:
Hikes with our guests
A mountain for the whole family: the Ahorn
Even with kids you can explore the high peaks of the Zillertal Alps. One of our favourite spots for families is the Explorer-Trail on the Ahorn. From Mayrhofen you can take the gondola all the up to the Ahorn plateau, where you will immediately be greeted by one of the best views of the valley. If you follow the indicated trails you can discover various stations giving you interesting information about nature, the local animals and plants and much more. Different viewing platforms offer breath taking views to the nearby summits. We recommend taking a pick-nick (you can ask us for a pick-nick basket!) to take a refreshing break at the Ahorn lake before watching the eagles and hawks at the Ahorn eagle-stage.