See the sun rise over the Zillertal Alps
Apart from the gentle vibration of the cable car motors, the world is silent. There is little conversation among the small group sitting in the cabin in the early-morning darkness. It’s just a short distance to the viewpoint, where the only sound to be heard is the dull thud of footsteps in deep snow. The adventurers wrap their hands around their warm cups, waiting excitedly for the first rays of sunshine.
This is what awaits you on a sunrise ski tour in Hochfügen. “Experiencing the magic of the mountains at sunrise with all the senses is the essence of our sunrise ski tour in Hochfügen,” explains Managing Director Helmuth Grünbacher.
The tour sets off every Monday, 45 minutes before sunrise (the exact time will be stated in the confirmation e-mail). Reserved parking spaces are available for cars. All participants will receive a breakfast package from the backpack and hot drinks from the Thermos flask. The Zillertal shuttle can transport a maximum of 15 participants to the eastern side of the Hochfügen valley basin. After a short walk (max. 10 minutes), you will reach a “secret spot” of the Hochfügen ski resort. Over breakfast and hot tea or coffee, you and your fellow skiers can enjoy the magical moment just before the dawn.
Enjoy a romantic breakfast for two or a unique experience with family and friends. You can book a sunrise ski tour directly on the website: www.hochfuegenski.com. This offer is also available as a gift voucher.
Dates: Mondays from 21 December 2015 until March 2016
(Replacement tours scheduled for Wednesdays in the event of poor weather)
Start: approx. 45 minutes before sunrise (exact time confirmed via e-mail)
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Meeting point: Zillertal shuttle parking area, Hochfügen
Participants: max. 15 people
Price per person with valid ski pass: €40
Price per person including day ski pass: €89 plus €2 deposit for ski pass
Reservation possible: Until 3 pm the day before
NOTE: This is not a guided ski tour. Visitors ski on prepared slopes and off piste at their own risk.