Profile Mayrhofen

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Ski Mayrhofen Hippach

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

Slopes

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

Loipes (km) 35

Orientation

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%

Lifts

drag- chair- gondolas
432616
Total lifts (n) 85
capacity: 56462 persons/hour

Skipass

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
BeginnerIntermediateAdvancedOff-PisteSnow
7.8 6.98.0 7.67.8 7.77.0 7.17.0 7.0
FamilyAtmosphereNatureWalkingLifts
6.8 7.68.3 7.88.4 6.77.8 7.77.8 7.0

Reviews

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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Address
Ferienregion Mayrhofen-Hippach Dursterstrasse 225 6290 Mayrhofen Austria Tel.: +43 / 5285 / 6760 Fax: +43 / 5285 / 676033 Email: concierge@mayrhofen.at
Mayrhofen Tirol Austria

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