Ski area Mayrhofen

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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
432616
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

Altitude

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

Slope angle

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

Orientation

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
BeginnerIntermediateAdvancedOff-PisteSnow
7.8 6.98.0 7.67.8 7.77.0 7.17.1 6.8
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
6.8 7.68.3 7.88.4 6.77.8 7.77.8 7.0

Mayrhofen reviews

The Zillertal valley is an enormous ski range and since I worked there it has had numerous chairlifts installed making the links so much quicker. The two main ski areas from the town are the Penkan and the Ahorn mountains. The Penkan, accessed by a fast gondola system next to the Sport Hotel Strass, is the larger of the two with 49 lifts and over 150km of runs. It can get annoyingly busy though so I found it a lot better to hit the Ahorn mountain in peak season times. It now boasts the biggest Austrian cable car able to take 160 people at a time so you shouldn’t have to wait around too long to get up to the top. I found the Ahorn an ideal place to learn boarding too as it has a fantast
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Address
Ferienregion Mayrhofen-Hippach Dursterstrasse 225 6290 Mayrhofen Austria
Mayrhofen Tirol Austria

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