The municipality of Stummerberg is located above Stumm and extends on both sides of the Märzenbach river.
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Altitude: 800 m asl
Gatterberg, Kleinstummerberg and Stummerberg form the municipality of Stummerberg, which has first been mentioned in 1143 AD as “Mons supra Stume”, when the cathedral chapter Herrenchiemsee received the half of a farm by the Bishop of Salzburg. However, findings from the Bronze Age testify that the settlement of this area dates back further in time. The term “Mons supra Stume” derives from the Latin language and means “Mountain above Stume”. The farms at Stummerberg and Gattererberg were established as “Schwaighöfe”, so to speak farms that were completely self-sufficient, and had to deliver natural produces…
Stummerberg is a paradise for those who love hiking and climbing, as this area is traversed by a dense network of trails in the Zillertal Alps. A popular hike is the romantic trail at the Märzenbach river, snaking to the alpine pastures of Gmünd and going on to the surroundings summits. Panoramic views are of course included! In order to reach the respective starting points at Stummerberg and Gattererberg, the village offers a free hiking shuttle service.
In winter a free ski shuttle takes you to the Hochzillertalbahn funicular, where you can head for the Hochfügen ski region. Not only those who love winter sports are attracted by this skiing area, but also those who love partying, as at the valley station often music and entertainment are offered. Also the Zillertal Arena skiing area with its 143 km of ski slopes, and the whole-year round skiing area Hintertux Glacier are only a stone’s throw away. Perfect conditions for unforgettable winter holidays! All slopes are perfectly groomed and the Zillertal valley is absolutely snow sure.
Our recommendation: if you seek even more variety regarding leisure time activities, just travel down into the valley, where you can swim, play tennis, miniature golf and bowling, to mention only some of the possibilities.