Property in Gerlos
Gerlos manages to maintain its traditional Austrian charm stretching back as far as the 9th century whilst being one of the most popular resorts in the region.
The drive into Gerlos is always breathtaking as you wind through the forests towards this serene looking village surrounded by mountains on all sides.
Once you enter the village day or night there is always life on the streets of people enjoying the many delights Gerlos has to offer.
Walking through the town you will find the typical Austrian architecture of wide angled roofs hinting at the historic past of the village. However, many of these old buildings have now been converted into stunning modern apartments and chalets with a contemporary ‘Modern Alpine’ feel.
Winter in Gerlos
Gerlos and the Zillertal Ski Arena are the ultimate winter sports destination that caters for almost every type of activity you can imagine. The more experienced can attempt part of the Arenas Champions challenge spread across the region, or tackle the slalom courses on Mount Horberg.
The Penken Panorama Ice Rink is 200m² at the Penkenbahn Summit Station offers incredible views for skaters young and old. Cross-country skiing, tobogganing, winter hikes, curling, snowboarding, horse-drawn sleighs, snowtubing, ice-climbing – whatever you enjoy, Zillertal has enough of everything to guarantee the perfect winter break.
• Snowpark Gerlos guarantees Fun and Action
• Après Ski
• Free ski-bus for everyone
• Western horse riding through the snowy scenery
• Illuminated Toboggan run with pleasant pit stops along the way
• 30 km Winter Hiking Trails
• 16,4 km Cross Country Skiing
Summer in Gerlos
Summertime in Gerlos is not to be missed, with many activities suitable for young and old. The village surprises its guests with a wide range of summer activities and adventures such as a high rope garden, mountain bike trails, paragliding, tennis, hiking trails and much more.
There is also the popular Durlassboden Reservoir for swimming, fishing, pedal boats and much more.
For those who prefer a more relaxed cultured holiday there are many music festivals during the summer and nothing beats looking over out over the lush green mountain forests with a good book and an ice cold drink.