Apartments, Houses and Chalets for Sale in Finkenberg, Austria
Finkenberg - Winter
Finkenberg in Summer and Winter
Paragliding above Finkenberg in the summer
Finkenberg, the largest village of the Zillertal valley in terms of surface area, also includes several mountains that are higher than 3,000 metres such as the Sasso Nero, or Schwarzenstein (3,368 m), Gran Mesulé, or Grosser Möseler (3,480 m), Gran Pilastro, or Hochfeiler (3,509 m), Croda Alta, or Hohe Wand (3,289 m) and the Olperer (3,476 m).
View of Finkenberg
The village is located in the rear Zillertal valley where the Tuxertal valley begins, a side valley of the Zillertal valley. The Finkenberger Almbahn funicular takes you onto the Penken mountain, which is a popular hiking area in summertime and a skiing area in winter.
This ski resort belongs to the ski carousel “Zillertal 3000 - Hintertux Glacier”, uniting five skiing areas and offering 198 km of ski slopes, also including the steepest slope of Austria, the “Harakiri”.
Moreover you can choose from other winter activities such as ice skating, tobogganing and cross-country skiing. Being part of the Nature Park Zillertal Alps, in summer Finkenberg is a paradise for hikers!
Wild water rafting - Finkenberg
Particularly popular is the moor circular trail on the Penken mountain, which is hikeable within about 2 hours. Wild water rafting, horse riding and miniature golf complete the offer.
Tux-Finkenberg winter landscape
- 196 km of pistse
- 599 ha (1480 acres) runway surface ..
- 62 lifts... with a capacity of 110620 passengers per hour over the whole year.
There is a powder snow guarantee from October to May. This makes Tux and Finkelberg one of the prominent winter sports regions of the alps.