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At an altitude of 1,067 meters, the small community with just over 800 inhabitants is located below the Gerlos pass, right on the border with Tyrol. The village lies in the valley basin and is surrounded by several three-thousand meter peaks.
As part of Zillertal Arena, the village is very well developed for tourism. Visitors who come with a Krimmel guest card receive the benefit of numerous discounts and can enjoy recreational and sporting activities at even better value.
Due to the altitude, Krimml has a temperate continental climate with an average annual temperature of 6 ° C. Winter enthusiasts enjoy more than 130 days of snowfall per year here. You can get a complete overview of the current weather on the feratel Krimml webcam.
Krimml is part of the “Zillertal Arena” holiday region, which also includes the towns of Zell am Ziller, Gerlos and Königsleiten. Krimml offers everything a vacationer’s heart desires in both summer and winter
51 trams and lifts take skiers and snowboarders to the 169 km of slopes in Zillertal Arena In winter,. Krimml is an ideal entry point into this fantastic winter sports world, where beginners and experts alike find fun and action. The feratel live webcam shows you what is happening right on the slopes. Families especially appreciate the great deals on children’s ski schools and on-site childcare. If you do not feel like skiing, the options of tobogganing, cross country skiing or curling are available
Cyclists and mountain bikers know Krimml as the starting point of the Tauernradweg bike path. This 270 km-long bike path runs to Passau. The Krimml Achental valley is particularly popular. In this national park, bikers, hikers and nature lovers discover beautiful quiet pine forests.
A very special highlight is the Krimml waterfalls. At 380 meters high, they are the highest waterfalls in Europe. A trail takes you directly to this spectacle of nature where you can feel the power and force of water up close. Krimml’s WasserWunderWelten, or Wondrous World of Water, is an innovative event center based on the theme of water that will open its doors to visitors in June 2013.
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