Mayrhofen Ski Resorts & Holidays

GENERAL

Beginners (3 out of 5)

The skiing in Mayrhofen ski resort is without doubt superb. Beginners start at the top of the Penken Mountain with a variety of gentle slopes at over 1800m.

Intermediates (5 out of 5)

The Ziller valley is an intermediate's paradise with over 350km of piste. The Penken, Mayrhofen's intermediate mountain, offers red runs galore and is served by one of the most modern gondolas in Austria. The lift pass also covers the blue 'motorways' of Kaltenbach and the scenic tree lined reds of Zell am Ziller, not to mention the peaceful less-discovered areas of Lanersbach and Gerlos

Advanced (3 out of 5)

There are tricky routes down the Penken Mountains to Schwendau and through the trees from the Ahorn. The Horberg ski area also offers a number of exciting long runs like the challenging Schafskopf mogul run.

Snowboarding (5 out of 5)

Mayrhofen has become more and more famous over the last few years with its hugely publicised SPC boardpark. It has featured in just about every magazine and video, including Onboard and Snowboard UK.

Info

Approx Transfer Time Innsbruck 1 hr 30 mins, Salzburg 3 hrs Village Height 630m (2,066ft) Highest Lift 3,250m (10,663ft)

Apres Ski

Decidedly lively with renowned folklore programmes, beer kellers, and numerous bars and discos open until the small hours, Rund 'Um, Sport Arena Disco, Ice Bar, Scotland Yard Pub and the Movie Bar.

Activities

Excellent fun pool centre with adventure indoor pool, sauna, solariums and fitness centre Squash Indoor tennis Horse-riding Ice-skating Sleigh rides Tobogganing Bowling Keep-fit

Eating Out

Fantastic choice for all tastes and budgets - Pizzas from approx. 7euros , 3-course traditional dinner from around 15-20 euros, Grill Kuchl, Landenhof, Corso, Mount Everest, Zum Griena, Papageno, Tiroler Stube and Café Tirol

Other Amenities

45kms of footpaths Excursions to Salzburg and Innsbruck Steam train