Ski area Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen Hippach

Valley Zillertal
Mountain range Tuxer Alpen
Zillertaler Alpen
Vertical drop 840 - 2500 meters
Descent 1660 meters

Mountain(s) Ahorn 1985m Rastkogel 2448m

Ski slopes

58 ski slopes, 22km
  • novice40km
  • intermediate66km
  • expert33km

Loipes 35km

Ski lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
Total lifts 85
capacity: 56462 persons/hour

Ski pass

Currency: euro
Daycard adult 59.50
6-day card 266.50
Daycard child 26.50
6-day card 120.00


Low (<1000m) 18%
Intermediate (<=2000m) 82%
High alpine (>3000m) 0%

Slope angle

Bit steep 16%
Steep 16%
Very steep 11%
Extrem. steep 1%


North 71%
East 7%
South 1%
West 20%

Mayrhofen ratings

Ski resort ratings for Mayrhofen compared to all other ski resorts. Based on 179 reviews.

Overall 78 Skiing 75Skiregion 73
7.8 6.98.0 7.67.8 7.77.0 7.17.1 6.8
6.8 7.68.3 7.88.4 6.77.8 7.77.8 7.0

Mayrhofen reviews

Cute little town with just about all you need. Penken lift in the middle town is a pain, but early risers will not queue. The runs are serviced by a fantastic lift system. We only took 1 drag all week & that was to beat the snow cats. There is a 150 man Cable-Car which goes to a fairly flat a pointless part of the mountain. The 'Bowl' though is fantastic and can get very cold (-17C). Mostly reds and a few blacks are a cravers dream and Hari Kari (78%) will test the best. The park is ok though the park up the road at Hintertux is better. The ski pass includes Hintertux, Zell Am Ziller. Beginners should go to Ahorn to the wide blue and progressive reds to carve. Off-Piste is as easy here.
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Ferienregion Mayrhofen-Hippach Dursterstrasse 225 6290 Mayrhofen Austria
Mayrhofen Tirol Austria

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