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Chalet Vista, Luxury ski chalet

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Chalet Vista is a stunning 300m2 eco-designed luxury ski chalet with private indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and steam shower. Outside we have a large hot tub Jacuzzi with breathtaking views south to Mayrhofen and the snow capped Tristner mountain beyond.
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Chalet Vista is very spacious and has been stylishly finished with a contemporary luxury theme throughout. The open plan design and the large living areas make it an ideal place to relax and entertain. Tradition hasn't been completely forgotten- the big 'kachelofen' (Austrian tiled fireplace) is perfect for warming oneself after a day in the snow. The well equipped kitchen is a hit with chefs, while the whole family will fit around the dining table just a couple of metres away. The top floor was completely renovated last year, when we added massive panorama windows and new en suite shower rooms. Guest bedrooms one and three are located on the top floor, both have king beds and en suite shower rooms. Bedroom two has a double bed and is located on the middle floor, the family bathroom with shower/twin bath is located next to it. Also on the middle floor is a double size sofa bed in the movie area. Two adults can easily sleep here. We can supply extra child's Z-bed or cot to any of the rooms if guests desire.
In addition Chalet Vista has a separate apartment (called "Bedroom 4" in this listing). It is the owners apartment. It is not normally rented but may be available for a supplement, details on request.

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2 hodnotenia

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Hainzenberg, Tyrol, Rakúsko

Chalet Vista Local Information - Winter.
Guests will find plenty of info about fun pastimes such as the Fugen aquapark, the Arena Coaster (rollercoaster ride), what's going on locally (such as concerts, festivals, fireworks), piste maps, train and bus timetables, ski and snowboard hire, lessons, service etc etc in the glass cupboards in the lounge. Feel free to help yourself, we update the contents regularly. If you want to plan your holiday and arrive already knowing what good times await you, check out:
www.mayrhofen.at
The list of fun things to do is almost endless. Click on any of the hyperlinks for more information.
Or you can get the latest printed material yourself from the tourist office at Ramsau crossroads, (30m from the traffic lights, opposite side of the lights from the Shell garage). They have a staff of four and speak good English. They'll have details of all things on; big and small, locally and further afield. They're a great place to get printed copies of bus and train timetables, piste, topographical and town maps, suggestions of things to do etc.
Free Ski Bus and Ski Area Above Mayrhofen.
In the winter the free ski bus leaves the bus-stop by the "Chalet Vista" sign at 8:32, 9:30 and 10:30; it will take you to the Horberg cable car (bottom right on the map below). At the top you step out onto the slopes of the Horberg, which then flows seamlessly into the Penken ski area (above Mayrhofen). This area contains about 170km of piste but if you fancy touring further you can do so from here. The lift system links through Finkenburg all the way up to Eggalm ( which is halfway to the Tux glacier). It's a full day out but there are plenty of watering holes along the way in case you get thirsty or hungry. At the far end of the tour is Hans Peter's mountain bar, next to the top of the Eggalm gondola. This cosy bar is a favourite, due to the warm welcome and copious home-made schnapps which always make an appearance. Just make sure you don't handicap yourself too much for the long journey home!
Overall this ski area is extensive and contains terrain for all levels and tastes. Several ski schools operate up here (see below for recommendations), slopes range from wide easy blues to 70+ degree north facing couloir pitches. There's some excellent diverse off piste itineraries and the large Vans-sponsored snow park. Parents may wish to leave the rodeo twists to the younger ones and instead enjoy a tasty lunch at any one of many fine mountain restaurants.
Our local backyard, Ramsberg is the mountain directly above Chalet Vista (to the left as you look out from the balcony). 80% of the winter tourist to Zillertal are German. They tend to use only the fast high capacity cable cars and don't bother with Ramsberg. That's fine with us, as a result Ramsberg can be a real jewel of calm family skiing when the other areas are manic- Feb half term being a prime example. Our favourite piste here is red 2, a wide rolling GS extravaganza, which when taken at speed is like riding a roller coaster. Makes us grin! There's several blues and other reds up here, a short black and some excellent north facing powder runs through the trees. The local schools teach Physical Education classes up here and one ski school, Pro Zell, provides lesson to guests. Ramsberg and the surrounding areas are both our home and our playground. We're happy to show you the best bits if it fits with our commitments. If we can't accompany you, we'll happily suggest whIch area best suits your group and the weather.
Zillertal Arena.
Arena is about 5km north of Chalet Vista, the opposite direction to Mayrhofen and is the large area shown on the map above.  It offers about 170km of mainly fast red runs and is a great ski touring area.  Start early if you fancy lunch in Koningsleiten, it's a full day out for accomplished skiers.  Arena is accessed by two high speed gondolas (next to the Coaster), has a great board cross track, separate fun park and speed trap areas, massive air bag jump and loads of off piste potential.  DJ Hoody rocks the sun deck at Stefi's twice times a week, from here guests can tumble down the hill to the predominantly Dutch resort of Gerlos.  If you like partying it doesn't get much wilder than Cin Cin bar.
Hoch Zillertal (aka Kaltenbach).
Further north, about 10km from Chalet Vista, is the Hoch Zillertal ski area.  There's a large free car park at the bottom of the lift (as there is at all the ski areas) and again two high speed gondolas to take guests to the top in about 10 minutes.  The train line that runs along the valley floor (from Ramsau, below Chalet Vista) stops at Kaltenbach (a short walk from the ski lifts) so it's possible to get to/from here without a car.  The ski area is again extensive, best suited to intermediates and advanced skiers in our opinion although there are some areas up here for beginners.  There are many bars and restaurants, our favourite lunchstop is Kristalhutte on the very far left of the piste map.  Stephan, owner of Mountain and Soul, brings Ibiza to the snow.  Soak up the sun on a day bed with a "Hugo" while DJs pump out some wicked tunes.  Run Z takes you from Kristalhutte to the gondola to downlink, or ski right the way to the valley floor on the Stefan Erberharter "Gold Piste".  The multiple Olympic gold medallist is a local lad from the town of Stumm, opposite.
Out Of Season Skiing.
In Zillertal the ski (and snowboard of course) season typically runs 14 Dec until Easter.  It is of course dependant on how much snow has fallen and been made throughout the season, although we have a bit of an ace up our sleve with the nearby Tux glacier.  Here one can ski year round (yes, even in August!)  So don't bother with snow insurance, just drive up the road and you'll find snow, even when it's 30C in the valley!  For more info search Summer Skiing On Tux Glacier (or go to "Summer" page) and scroll down to the last paragraph.  Skiing pre-season in the Autumn can be surprisingly good, with the resort organising competitions.

Chalet Vista Local Information - Summer.
Guests will find plenty of info about fun pastimes, what's on locally, bike hire, local maps, train and bus timetables, etc in the glass cupboards in the lounge. Feel free to help yourself. Or, if you prefer the electronic version of what's on, the best place to start your search is:
www.mayrhofen.at
The list of fun things to do is almost endless. Click on any of the hyperlinks for more information.
Buses, Trains, Archensee.
The free ski bus that stops near our front door in winter unfortunately doesn't run in the summer, although various buses do stop in Ramsau. On the upside, in summer you get the normal rail service to all points along the valley, plus several steam train services each day. The steam train runs between Mayrhofen and Jenbach. At Jenbach visitors can connect to another train (some steam services also) to take then to Archensee, the "Fjord of the Alps".)  This is a great day out- the lake is 10km long, there's a walking/cycling/rollerblading track round it, plenty of restaurants/bars, swimming/sailing/kitesurfing (lessons available), or the kids can play on the beach, feed the ducks or play at any of several playgrounds. If you fancy some exercise, take the cable car to the mountain top, walk along the ridge enjoying the fabulous views, then back to the dock on the lake where the passenger ferry will take you back to the train station. The kids will sleep well... adults too!
Local activity options.
As you can see from the mayrhofen.at website there is much to do nearby, so I won't repeat everything that's listed on the website. Instead I'll concentrate on highlighting a few recommendations for summer visitors. The Austrian local government is keen to attract summer as well as winter visitors. As a result they provide far better appointed leisure facilities than we are used to in the UK.
Over the crossroads/traffic lights in Ramsau there is a reasonable size leisure complex with tennis courts, outdoor swimming pool with slide, kids playground, trampolines, giant air bag, beach volleyball courts, clay tennis courts, football pitch etc. A larger pool, playground and leisure complex is found down the valley at Zell am Ziller (about 8km away). Alongside the river on both sides are walking/cycling tracks, making a trip to Zell a good day out. If you're feeling lazy cycle to Zell (downhill, with the flow of the river), then take the train back (bikes are allowed on the train). If you get the timing right you can come back on one of the steam services- always a hit with young boys (and some older ones too). Ask at the tourist office (next to Ramsau crossroads) what's on at the Zell concert area (an outdoor area where they have modern and traditional music events, beer fests, kids activities etc).
Closer to Chalet Vista but still in the direction of Zell am Ziller direction is the "Arena Coaster" ride. Look for the pair of Zillertal Arena gondolas (one of which runs in summer), taking walkers, mountain bikers, paragliders etc up to the top of the mountain for their chosen pursuit. At the bottom of the gondola is a steel track bolted to the mountainside. On this track runs the Arena Coaster; riders sit in two person cars and control their own speed. How fast can you go? You'll need strong nerve not to use the brake! We assure you that you can survive the ride without putting the brake on but for your first run you might like to take it a bit more cautiously. You can buy tickets at its base station. We like the Coaster and we're sure you will too.
Further down the valley you get to Fugen- the location of the aqua park. If you drove into the valley by day you probably noticed the large blue and red tubes (water slides) sticking out the side of a large building; this is the aqua park and it's aimed at both young and old. It has a wave pool, whirlpool, normal large swimming pool, diving pool, two wild water slides (the "Black Hole" is actually quite scary, even for adults) and outdoor pools too. They also have a wide range of "Wellness", the Austrian term for everything to do with spas. It includes several steam rooms, saunas, hot and ice cold pools etc. The Aqua park has an outdoor area for summer but is predominantly indoor, making it a good option on poor weather days.  There is a horse riding stables 300m from Chalet Vista and a larger horse arena in Fugen. A little beyond Fugen you will find the new Zillertal golf course with driving range and golf school.  The full 18 hole course opened summer 2014 and is a major investment for the area.  How many golf courses give you a backdrop as dramatic as this?
Going the other way along the valley, south towards Mayrhofen, is equally worthy of comment. I'll start again at the Ramsau crossroads, or rather the train station which is 30m from there. From the train station a bus leaves twice daily (09:50 and 13:30) which goes up to Melchboden. Melchboden is 2000m (7000 feet) above sea level and is the launch point for paragliders and hang-gliders. You may not want to jump with them (although tandem flights are available for about €100 if you do, see http://www.zillertaler-flugschule.com) but just being up there makes you feel like you're on top of the world. The views are outstanding and the bus waits about an hour before coming back down the hill (for the engine to cool??) During this time you can get a drink or bite to eat at the mountain top restaurant. It's about 10 deg C cooler up here than it was in the valley, dress accordingly (I was flying up there in June and there was still plenty of snow around for snowball fights or snowman building, see pic below). The bus costs €4.20 pp one way, which is the cheapest way to get to that altitude by public transport (gondolas typically cost at least €10).
Trains to Mayrhofen run every 30 minutes throughout the day. In Mayrhofen you will find plenty of shops, cafes, ice cream sellers, restaurants, bars. The Penken gondola to, you guessed it, Penken, runs all day long. From Penken you can walk, paraglide or mountain bike back down to town. There are restaurants up there too.
The other lift from Mayrhofen town is the Ahornbahn. This is a classic (large single) cable car on a very long steel rope. At the top you will often find Didi Wechselberger, our next door neighbour (quite literally, he lives in the next house up the road from Chalet Vista) giving his birds of prey flying exhibition. Beautiful birds, as close up as you could ever imagine.
Brandberg valley lies to the east of Mayrhofen. You can drive there through the tunnel, or take a bus from Mayrhofen. It's a great area to walk as there is a good choice of small mountain roads/tracks (= ability to walking abreast, sociably and safely) and foot paths; some through fields (=sunny), some through forest (=shaded, for days when it's too hot), some by the river. There's also a mountain heritage trail and a museum barn showing how the land was traditionally farmed. Fun, healthy, educational. The trails are coded like ski runs, Blue=easy, Red =intermediate, Black=difficult. Pick the one that suits, most have eateries along the way.
Summer Skiing On Tux Glacier.
The Zillertal valley proudly boasts that guests can ski here 365 days a year.  And rightly so. As an ex-racer I have spent many weeks training on various glaciers so know what it's like to ski out-of-season.  Personally I wouldn't plan to spend a week skiing the glacier in the summer. While it is possible to do so, there are so many fun other activities to do in the valley as well.  Why not combine a morning ski with a sunbathing or white water rafting afternoon?  Do whatever suits you and boast about it to your friends back home on Skype that evening!  It is however worth noting that skiing in the low seasons (late spring and autumn) can offer good conditions and great value.  The snow that has built up during the winter months often remains skiable on the north face of the mountain below Tux glacier for a month after the rest of the resort has closed (i.e. until early May).   In autumn many national and lesser teams train for weeks at a time on the glacier, Oct-Dec, in preparation for the forthcoming season.  In addition, the resort often shapes a park/kickers/half pipe for training and competitions.  Mayrhofen glacier usually hosts the first snowpark to open in Europe each winter season, normally opened with a big air or ski aerial comp in October each year.  Chalet Vista rates are lowest pre-season.  Why not grab yourself a bargain?  Others, including the British Army Ski Team, have done so, staying with us previously.  They had a productive training camp, skiing mornings, aerobic training in the valley afternoons, preparation, lectures and relaxation in the evenings.  A winning combination?  They (and we) clearly think so.

Hostiteľ: Mike

Členom od roku júl 2013
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Airline pilot, ex ski racer and now chalet rental business owner. I live at Chalet Vista when it's not rented out. Come stay with us at the best equipped chalet in the Zillertal!
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Mike (owner) Iives in the apartment (listed here as "Bedroom 4") during the winter ski season. For this reason the apartment is not normally available for guest use (but feel free to ask.) Mike likes to welcome guests personally at the start of their holidays and is normally available to answer any questions or sort any problems. Mike is a snowboard instructor and ex-ski racer, he is happy to guide groups free of charge if he has time.
Mike (owner) Iives in the apartment (listed here as "Bedroom 4") during the winter ski season. For this reason the apartment is not normally available for guest use (but feel free…
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