Profile Mayrhofen

Ski Mayrhofen Hippach

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


Total slopes (n) 57
Total slopes (km) 22
  • novice40km
  • intermediate66km
  • expert33km

Loipes (km) 35


Low altitude 18%
Interm. altitude 82%
High alpine 0%
Bit steep 16%
Steep 16%
Very steep 11%
Extrem. steep 1%
North 71%
East 7%
South 1%
West 20%


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


Currency: euro
Daycard adult 55.50
6-day card 266.50
Daycard child 25.00
6-day card 120.00

Ski resort 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 7.17.0 7.0
6.8 7.68.3 7.88.4 6.77.8 7.77.8 7.0


Just returned from a weeks skiing in Mayrhofen (13th - 20th January). Even though there hasn been a great deal of snow, like most other resorts, Mayrhofen has worked hard to keep a good covering of snow and predominantly good skiing conditions. The lift system across the ski area is excellent. The new Ahorn Bahn opened in December 6 whisks skiers to the Ahorn mountain in just over 5 minutes. Queues do form on the Penken Gondola, but if you make an early start you can avoid excessive queing. Mayrhofen is a very pretty village, with lots of nice hotels and a good variety of shops. We stayed at the Mannis Hotel, which was excellent. Great food, first class service and a good central location.
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Ferienregion Mayrhofen-Hippach Dursterstrasse 225 6290 Mayrhofen Austria Tel.: +43 / 5285 / 6760 Fax: +43 / 5285 / 676033 Email:
Mayrhofen Tirol Austria

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