Chalet Geweih

Villa - Königsleiten, Austria


12 Guests
5 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
150 m2

Chalet Geweih is a beautifully appointed chalet perched on the southern slope of the picturesque mountain village of Königsleiten. With its captivating alpine setting, hot tub and ample space to unwind, this chalet offers an inviting escape for a holiday together. 

The homely sitting area features a cosy fireplace, providing the perfect setting for post-adventure relaxation. Gather around the traditional Austrian dining nook to enjoy delicious meals. The well-equipped kitchen has everything you need to prepare culinary delights. With spacious living and dining areas, you can enjoy panoramic views of the verdant forest and majestic mountains. Sleeping arrangements are spread across five bedrooms, with four featuring double beds and a fifth offering two single beds and an additional sliding bed. 

Winter in the Zillertal Arena is a skier's paradise, offering a snow-sure playground for all skill levels. Beginners and experienced skiers can explore a diverse range of slopes, while young skiers can refine their skills on the practice meadow in the heart of the village. First-timers can easily arrange foundation ski lessons with the multiple ski schools in the area. If you seek enchanting afternoon activities, sled rides are readily available. The chalet's close proximity to the ski lift and après-ski bars ensures convenience during your stay. After an exhilarating day on the slopes, store your winter sports gear in the provided ski storage facilities and return to the chalet for a cosy evening gathered around the fireplace.

In the summer, Königsleiten transforms into a haven of peace and tranquillity. For adventure enthusiasts, the region offers an array of high-octane outdoor experiences. Explore numerous mountain hiking trails and embark on exhilarating bike tours. 


Living room with sitting area. Kitchen with dining area. 3 bedrooms with double bed. 1 bedroom with double bed with sink and shower. 1 bedroom with four single beds (80x2.00m). 1 bathroom with shower, sink and toilet. 1 bathroom with bath, shower and double sink. 1 separate toilet. Ski storage. South-facing balcony/terrace.

Amenities & Extras: Internet (Free Wi-Fi). Directly at the slopes / Ski lift. Ski bus at max. 250 metres. Ski schools are nearby. Fireplace. Firewood. Ironing board. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Hot tub. (Ski) storage room. Ski boot dryer. Garden furniture. Dishwasher. Coffee filter machine. Nespresso coffee machine. Microwave. Oven.  Electric kettle. 1 TV. Radio. CD and/or DVD player. Total of 4 parking spaces.

of which 2 are covered parking spaces.

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

Services not included: Sandwich service Königsleiten.

To pay Locally: Tourist tax (€1,65 per adult (from 15 years old) per day, €0,10 per child (3 to 14 years old) per day).

Please note: Pets are not allowed. Smoking is not allowed.

Location: The distance between Munich and Königsleiten is about 200km. You can reach the town not only in your own car, but also by train or plane in combination with a rental car.

Airports: Innsbruck approx. 90km. Salzburg approx. 150km. Munich approx. 210km.

Railway stations: Forest in Pinzgau approx. 10km Mittersill approx. 30km. Jenbach approx. 50km.

Cities: Hochkrimml approx. 5km. Forest in Pinzgau approx. 10km. Zell am See approx. 60km. Innsbruck approx. 85km. Salzburg approx. 150km. 

More about Königsleiten: In Königsleiten, you're at the heart of it all. With sunny and snow-sure ski areas right at your doorstep during the day, and a plethora of activities and entertainment in the vicinity from late afternoon onwards, there's never a dull moment. Whether you're on the slopes or exploring the village, the lively après-ski scene kicks off early, creating an irresistible party atmosphere you won't want to miss. Perched at an elevation of 1600 meters, the village even surpasses the Gerlos Pass, making it a perfect haven for both avid skiers and those who cherish the enchanting mountain vistas.

Nestled within the Zillertal Alps, Königsleiten stands as a haven for snow enthusiasts. Situated at an elevation of 1600 meters, this charming ski village offers direct access to the Zillertal Arena ski area. Bathed in ample sunshine due to its southern orientation, Königsleiten boasts a ski season from December to April, ensuring a prolonged winter wonderland experience.

Königsleiten resides at the border of Salzburg and Tyrol, neighbouring high-alpine ski resorts like Gerlos, Krimml, and Hochkrimml. The village's picturesque location within the municipal area of Wald im Pinzgau allows you to revel in the sheer majesty of the surrounding mountains. Even in the heart of the village, at elevations ranging from 1470 to 1600 meters above sea level, you'll feel on top of the world as you venture onto the slopes. Yet, the heights continue to beckon, with the highest lift arrival reaching an impressive 2302 meters above sea level.

Winter sports enthusiasts revel in the snow guarantee and diverse slopes here in Königsleiten. As the highlight of the Zillertal Arena, its southern exposure along the Gerlos Pass ensures hours of glorious sunshine during the day. After exhilarating days on the slopes, the village's "Schirmbars" and ski huts provide the perfect setting to wind down sociably. When evening descends, an array of dining options awaits, catering to diverse appetites. The village's central supermarket ensures convenient access to daily necessities.

Königsleiten's hilly terrain prompted a special service for winter guests. Throughout the winter months, with a valid ski pass, you can avail of a bus service that runs every quarter of an hour between the higher and lower sections, operating between 8:30 AM and 5:30 PM.

Beyond winter sports, Königsleiten offers more. On clear days, the highest observatory in Europe invites you to explore the night sky. Engage in various planetarium presentations to unravel the mysteries of the stars, then bask in their brilliance from an extraordinary vantage point.

If you ever prefer moving without skis, the Planet Nature Trail guides you through the village's natural beauty. 

For relaxation and rejuvenation, the Wald im Pinzgau swimming pool has a covered slide and a well-appointed sauna and wellness area, ensuring a truly fulfilling experience. Königsleiten offers year-round allure, capturing the essence of natural beauty and adventure.

About the ski resorts

In Königsleiten:
In the centre of the village Königsleiten, there are two practice slopes where beginners can learn to ski or snowboard. The excellent ski and snowboard instructors of the two local ski schools will teach you the latest techniques and styles. Group lessons or private lessons, ski tours and ski safaris at all levels. Simply ask the ski schools for more information.

The Zillertal Arena: Königsleiten is centrally located in the ski area of the Zillertal Arena. The slopes are within walking distance of the chalets and apartments. The ski area of the Zillertal Arena has 143km of slopes, 8% black, 62% red and 30% blue. 320 hectares of snow-covered slopes guarantee snow throughout the season.

Ski pass: Königsleiten is the gateway to the Zillertal Arena. The Zillertal Arena ski pass is valid for the entire ski area of the Zillertal Arena and the Wildkogel Arena. With a valid ski pass, you can also use the ski bus free of charge between Neukirchen, Wald, Krimml and Königsleiten. In addition, with the ski pass, you can drive your own car over the Gerlos Pass free of charge.

Ski rental: Our local partner cooperates with Sport 2000 Hölzl for the online booking of your ski equipment. Thus unnecessary waiting times in your vacation are avoided and you profit from an attractive discount. Find out more when you book and see Ski/Snowboard rental Sport 2000 Hölzl.

Cross-country skiing: Königsleiten has a high-altitude cross-country ski run with snow guaranteed, which can be reached via the village railway. This begins directly next to the mountain station. You will find even more possibilities in the nearby forest in Pinzgau. The cross-country trails of Wald are connected to the 200km long Pinzgau cross-country trail.

Tobogganing: The approximately one-kilometre-long toboggan run in Königsleiten starts behind Hotel Ursprung and ends on the old Gerlosstraße. The 500-metre long toboggan run at the Finkenhof in Wald is partly illuminated in the evening and very child-friendly. Every Wednesday the moonlight tobogganing takes place and serves as a welcome occasion for fun, mulled wine and mingling with other visitors.

Snowboarding: In the Zillertal Arena there are more than enough possibilities for freestylers. The "Hot-Zone Snowpark" in Gerlos is situated at an altitude of 2,020 metres and covers an area of 30,000m². Beginners, as well as advanced skiers, can enjoy themselves here. For families, there is the Special Kids Line and those who want to relax after a long day go to the Chill Area. For those who want even more fun, there are the snowparks of Zell am Ziller and Hochkrimml.

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Standard occupancy: 12

Max occupancy: 12


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