Chalet Ferdi

Villa - Hochkrimml, Austria


32 Guests
9 bedrooms
9 bathrooms
375 m2

Chalets Ferdi is a trio of charming Alpine chalets, surrounded by fir trees and mountains. Ideal for large groups, families and corporate getaways, these chalets can be rented individually or combined to form one exclusive property for up to 32 guests to gather together. 

Chalets 1 and 2 share the same entrance, connected by a welcoming hallway while Chalet 3 has its own private entrance. Each of these three chalets exudes warmth and comfort, with spacious living areas and comfortable seating, complemented by expansive dining spaces. The kitchens are fully equipped, ensuring that culinary adventures await.

The bedrooms in each chalet span two floors, providing privacy and convenience for all guests. With a combination of double beds and bunk beds throughout, there is enough space for everyone. For moments of pure relaxation, imagine yourself unwinding in the Finnish sauna, a true haven of tranquility.

For added convenience, the chalets offer nine parking spaces, including a charging station for electric cars.

In winter, the snowy landscape of the Zillertal Arena ski area is heavenly for skiers. The vast expanse of ski slopes caters to skiers of all levels, from novices to experts. For those who prefer alternatives to skiing, there's a wealth of engaging activities. After a day filled with snowy adventures, unwind in the Finnish sauna within the chalet and gather around the warm glow of the wood stove for delightful conversations.

In summer, the Zillertal Arena beckons with both serenity and adventure. A multitude of activities ensures something for everyone. Hike through scenic trails or embark on cycling expeditions in the immediate vicinity. Seek an adrenaline rush with activities like climbing and canyoning or enjoy calmer waterfalls and views of the mountains, the choice is yours. 


Layout Chalet 1:
125m² (1345 square feet). Living room with sitting area. Kitchen with dining area. 1 bedroom with a double bed, bunk bed, en-suite bathroom and toilet. Bathroom en suite with a walk-in shower and double sink. 1 bedroom with a double bed and a bunk bed. 1 bedroom with a double bed. 1 bathroom with a walk-in shower and double sink. 1 bathroom with a sauna and shower. 3 separate toilets. Ski storage. Terrace/balcony.

Layout Chalet 2: 125m² (1345 square feet). Living room with sitting area. Kitchen with dining area. 1 bedroom with double bed and bunk bed. 1 bedroom with double bed, bunk bed and loft with 2 single beds (limited standing height). 1 bedroom with double bed. 2 bathrooms with shower and double sink. 1 bathroom with sauna and shower. 3 separate toilets. Ski storage. Terrace/balcony.

Layout Chalet 3: 125m² (1345 square feet). Living room with sitting area. Kitchen with dining area. 1 bedroom with double bed, bunk bed, bathroom en suite and toilet. Bathroom en suite with walk-in shower and double sink. 1 bedroom with a double bed and a bunk bed. 1 bedroom with a double bed. 1 bathroom with walk-in shower and double sink. 1 bathroom with sauna and shower. 3 separate toilets. Ski storage. Terrace/balcony.

Amenities: Internet (Free Wi-Fi). Slopes / Ski lift at max. 500 metres. Ski school is nearby. Sauna. Fireplace. Firewood. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. (Ski) storage room. Ski boot dryer. Garden furniture. Playground. Dishwasher. Coffee filter machine. Nespresso coffee machine. Microwave. Oven. Electric kettle. 2 hot-air ovens. 2 dishwashers. Multiple TVs. Private Charging point for electric cars, total of 2 parking spaces. Total of 7 parking spaces.

Services included: Booking fee, Contribution SGR, Final cleaning and Bed linen and towels.

To pay Locally: Tourist tax (€2,15 per adult (from 15 years old) per day, €0,10 per child (3 to 14 years old) per day).

Location: The distance between Munich and Hochkrimml is about 200km. You can reach the town by car if you’re driving, while there’s a bus connection for those making earlier legs of the journey by train. We recommend renting a car from the airport if you are flying.

Airports: Innsbruck approx. 105km. Salzburg approx. 192km. Munich approx. 205km.

Train stations: Forest in Pinzgau approx. 15km. Mittersill approx. 34km. Jenbach approx. 54km.

Cities: Königsleiten approx. 5km. Forest in Pinzgau approx. 15km. Neukirchen at the Großvenediger approx. 20km. Innsbruck approx. 90km. Salzburg approx. 165km.

Hochkrimml is the highest village in the Zillertal Arena, positioned at an altitude of 1.700 metres above sea level. It lies almost directly on the Gerlos Pass on the border between Salzburg and Tyrol in the Zillertal Alps, with the winter sports area consisting of three areas: Filzsteinalm, Duxeralm and Silberleiten and belongs to the municipality of Krimml. You can reach this village by car or bus with ease, with plenty of conventional skiing and cross-country skiing potential thanks to the close proximity of the Gerlosplatte. From Hochkrimml, you can reach the Zillertal Arena directly via a red downhill run to Königsleiten. Enjoy endless hours of high alpine skiing in this pristine part of Austria.

Hochkrimml is the place to be for those looking for a certainty of snow. This resort is tailored toward the winter sports enthusiast and offers sunny, snow-covered downhill runs with a long season that runs from the start of December well into April. The village itself is quieter than the neighbouring Königsleiten and is therefore ideal for guests looking for somewhere they can relax. It’s little wonder this beautiful part of Austria is quickly becoming a popular choice for ski and winter sports enthusiasts, with an ample choice of accommodation.

As a ski resort: If you’re after a true ski-in, ski-out experience, this is the place to be. This area is particularly impressive, with the lowest point still standing at a whopping 1,400 metres in altitude. On the opposite side of the valley, you’ll find the vastness of the Gerlosplatte via Königsleiten to conquer, but there’s plenty in the immediate vicinity of Hochkrimml to keep you occupied first. Besides modern ski lifts, there’s a ski school for beginners, not to mention a ski shop with ski rental facilities. The ski bus is also at your disposal, with convenient connections to nearby ski resorts including Neukirchen, Wald, Krimml and Königsleiten.

A beautifully prepared cross-country ski run is available for those wanting more freedom on the snow here, along with a toboggan run so you can enjoy the excitement of a different variety. If you like winter hikes with majestic views, we recommend a snowshoe hike to the nearby Krimml Waterfalls. Gaze upon Europe’s highest stepped waterfall as the water crashes down from a height 300 metres.

In Krimml, approximately 9 kilometres away, you will find all the shops you need for your daily requirements. There is also a supermarket in Königsleiten. Holidaymakers will also appreciate many a relaxing hour at the Kristallbad in Wald. You’ll find both indoor and outdoor pools with slides galore here, along with a large sauna and wellness area. There’s also a bistro on hand. Come the evening, you can enjoy a hearty meal at one of the local restaurants or pizzeria. With so much on offer, you’ll never be bored for a moment.

The village of Hochkrimml: In Hochkrimml you will find a ski school and two restaurants within the immediate vicinity of the slopes. There are sports shops in all three villages: in Silberleiten, on the Filzsteinalm and on the Duxeralm. In Königsleiten you can also stock up on supplies at the supermarket. Free ski bus connection to the ski slopes.

About the ski area: From Hochkrimml there is a red downhill run towards Königsleiten, which is connected to the Zillertal Arena. Hochkrimml, together with Königsleiten, is one of the highest villages within the Zillertal Arena (1470 to 2302 metres) and is a very snow-sure area. In all, there’s a total of 52 modern ski lifts and 147km of slopes. Of these, 8% are black, 62% are red and 30% are blue. A total area of 320 hectares ensures there’s more than enough space for all winter sports enthusiasts to enjoy themselves.

Ski pass: The Zillertal Arena ski pass and the Zillertaler Superskipass are valid for both the Zillertal Arena and the Arena Wildkogel in Neukirchen am Großvenediger. With a valid ski pass, you can use the ski bus free of charge between Neukirchen, Wald, Krimml and Königsleiten.

Ski school: In the skiing area of Hochkrimml (Filzsteinalm and Duxeralm) ChaletsPlus works with the ski school Krimml on the Filzsteinalm and the ski school Gerlosplatte in Silberleiten. All offers and prices can be found on the website of the Krimml Ski School and the website of the Gerlosplatte Ski School.

Ski rental: Book your ski equipment the easy way online. Our local partner works with Sport 2000 so you can book your ski equipment ahead of time, saving you the hassle of having to wait in long lines when you arrive. There are also enticing discounts to enjoy.

Tobogganing: The Zillertal Arena also offers many possibilities for fans of tobogganing. There are various toboggan runs where you can toboggan during the day and evening in Wald, Königsleiten and Krimml. Hochkrimml has a toboggan run on the Filzsteinalm, which is illuminated until 9.30 pm every day. The toboggan run is 2km long and starts at the Gerlosplatte Youth Hostel or opposite the Krimml/Hochkrimml Ski School.

Cross-country skiing: Cross-country skiers can enjoy the approx. 9 kilometres of cross-country trails. For those who are not satisfied with the high altitude route, Wald im Pinzgau has a network of 200 kilometres of cross-country trails.

Snowboarding: Directly below the Filzsteinbahn, you will find a snow park with plenty to enjoy on the Gerlosplatte. It is ideal for beginners, but also for children who want to improve their skills. There is also a snow park in the Zillertal near Gerlos, as well as an action park near Zell am Ziller for the real daredevils among you.

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Standard occupancy: 32

Max occupancy: 32


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