Ziller Valley

The Ziller Valley (German: Zillertal) is the most important side valley of the Lower Inn Valley in Tyrol, Austria. The valley in the heart of the Alps is a popular destination for winter sports and for hiking.

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Map of Ziller Valley

  • 47.36666666666711.8166666666671 Schlitters
  • 47.3511.8666666666671 Hart im Zillertal
  • 47.311.8694444444441 Ried im Zillertal
  • 47.3511.8333333333331 Fügen — its high elevation suburb Hochfügen is an international winter sports resort
  • 47.26666666666711.8666666666671 Kaltenbach — the Hochzillertal ski resort
  • 47.32694444444411.8647222222221 Uderns
  • 47.26666666666711.8666666666671 Stumm
  • 47.26666666666711.91 Aschau
  • 47.23305555555611.8819444444441 Zell am Ziller — major winter sports destination
  • 47.21666666666711.91 Hainzenberg
  • 47.197511.861 Schwendau
  • 47.16666666666711.91 Brandberg
  • 47.16666666666711.8666666666671 Mayrhofen — largest town in the Ziller Valley and major tourist hub

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