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Mayrhofen Ski Resort Austria. The huge Ahornbahn heading up to Ahorn.
Mayrhofen Ski Resort Austria. The huge Ahornbahn heading up to Ahorn.
Main access lift is Penkenbahn. Its base is in Mayrhofen's town centre.
Main access lift is Penkenbahn. Its base is in Mayrhofen's town centre.
The Zillertalbahn ends at Mayrhofen. A great way to reach the ski resort.
The Zillertalbahn ends at Mayrhofen. A great way to reach the ski resort.
The Penkenbahn heading up from the centre of Mayrhofen.
The Penkenbahn heading up from the centre of Mayrhofen.

Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen Ski Resort Austria

Deep in the Zillertal only 65km from Innsbruck, Mayrhofen is at the end of a train line, the gateway to some fine glacier skiing and the main base for a cracking ski resort in its own right. Big verticals, loads of off-piste options, multiple bases, a real town without a pretentious attitude and ski pass links to the nearby Hintertux Glacier give Mayrhofen an edge over many other ski locations in the world.

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    Mayrhofen Trail Map
  • Vertical (m)
    620 – 2,473 (1,853)
  • Average Snow Fall
    Unknown
  • Lifts (39)
    8 Gondolas / cable cars
    17 Chairs
  • Ski Hours
    8:00am to 4:30pm
  • Terrain Summary
    Runs - 136km
    Longest run – 7+ km
    Advanced - 22%
    Intermediate - 46%
    Beginner - 32%
  • Lift Prices (Day Ticket 16/17)
    Adult - €51
    Child - €23