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Zillercon is a furry skiing and snowboarding holiday, which occurs in January or February each year, at various skiing locations in Austria and Switzerland. The event first occurred in 2001, and is named after the place it took place: Zillertal in Tyrol, Austria.
- Zillercon 1 was held in Mayrhofen in January, 2001, with 15 attendees.
- Zillercon 2 was held over January 11-13, 2002, at Saas Balen in Valais, Switzerland. There were 17 participants.
- Zillercon 3 was held in 2003, at Zillertal, Austria.
- Zillercon 4 was held over January 17-24, 2004, at Zillertal.
- Zillercon 5 was held over January 23-30, 2005, at Zillertal.
- Zillercon 6 was held from January 28 to February 4, 2006, at Wenns and the Hochzeiger skiing region in Pitztal, Austria. There were 14 participants.
- Zillercon 7 was held from January 27 to February 3, 2007, at Wildschönau in the Kitzbühel Alps of Tyrol, Austria. All twenty of the event's available places were filled.
- Zillercon 8 was held from January 26 to February 2, 2008, at Mühlbach am Hochkönig, Salzburg, Austria.
- Zillercon 9 was held from January 31 to February 7, 2009, at Holzgau, Austria. There were 27 attendees.
- Zillercon 10 was held in Holzgau again, over January 23-30, 2010. Thirty-two furries were in attendance.
- Zillercon 11 was held in Holzgau for the last time, over January 22-29, 2011. There were 30 attendees.
- Zillercon 12 was held in Angerberg, Austria, over January 21-28, 2012. There were 40 furries in attendance.
- Zillercon 13 was held in Wörgl, Austria from January 26 to February 2, 2013. As in the previous year, there were 40 attendees.
- Zillercon 14 is scheduled to be held in Wörgl again, from January 25 to February 1, 2014.
- Zillercon 8 entry on FurCon.de (English translation)
- Zillercon 4 website (English translation)
- Zillercon 2 website (English translation)
- Photos, videos, reports: Zillercon resources
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