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Summer holidays with the family

Every day's an adventure

Nennerhof - Living & Sport / Apartments in Hintertux / Tux - Hintertux

Family holiday in an exciting mountain setting

For all ages

In the Tuxertal, you’re surrounded by nature. That’s why, around Nennerhof, every day in the mountains becomes an adventure. The Tuxertal has so much to offer both young and old. Nature itself is the largest playground here.

Discover the most beautiful parts of the Zillertal with the Zillertal Activcard. One ticket for cable cars, entrance fees and discounts at a special price.

Discover the Tux Alps easily

Lovingly planned family hiking trails with great playgrounds in the Tuxertal awaken young researchers’ joy in movement and nature. Playful yet informative themed hiking trails provide insights into the five fascinating “Tuxer worlds”. The worlds of water, nature, plants, wildlife and the glacier – the Glacier flea mascot, Luis, reveals all the secrets about his habitat.

Playing and swimming fun

Those who enjoy swimming on holiday will find a small, stylish thermal outdoor swimming pool in the village of Hintertux. It can be reached by walking within a few minutes from Nennerhof. You can splash around on warm days in the Finkenberg outdoor swimming pool with a water slide, children’s pool, playground and much more – or how about a swim in a deep green mountain lake? Few things seem more refreshing, invigorating, more alive. Families with children will find a huge playgroundclose to Nennerhof at the Hintertuxerhof – of course with a cosy sun terrace and Zillertal gourmet treats for parents.

Family time in the mountains

On a holiday of discovery

Tip for families from the hosts

‘Discover Nature’s Ice Palace with your family on the Hintertux Glacier, its own little world of light and ice. On a safe guided tour, explore the magical cave that stretches under the ski slopes of the glacier ski area. Don’t forget to wear warm clothes because, even in summer, the temperature always drop to 0 degrees Celsius.’