who have chosen a skiing holiday in the Zillertal metropolis will
find no less than 159km of piste, most of which have snow
making machines, should there ever be too little snow.
The ski resorts of Zell am Ziller (Zillertal Arena) and Kaltenbach
(Hochzillertal) are very easy to reach also.
Interactive Panoramamap Winter
For some years the Mayrhofen ski slopes have been connected to
the Finkenberg, Rastkogel and Eggalm slopes.
With 51 lifts, the slopes in the Mayrhofen Skiing Area can be
mastered daily from 08.30 to 16.30 hrs.
circuits from the cable car company promise various highlights, fun
and action; like for example up to 13,000m difference in altitude in
once circuit - with the so called "Höhenmeterfresser" route. If
that's still not enough, these is also the challenge of
snowboarding. Because the Mayrhofen Skiing Area offers a fun park -
named one of the best in the German-speaking Alps - with various
obstacles and a 120m-long half pipe.
The skiing area on the PENKEN offers every visitor a varied
experience on the piste! From sunny and treeless summit slopes, wide
carver areas and demanding steep north-facing slopes, powder runs
etc. - everything is on offer here. A particular highlight is a
descent on the "Harakiri", Austria's steepest ski slope. For snow
boarders there's Vans Penken Park. The fastest cable car boarding
and shortest waiting times are offered by the Hobergbahn.
The Ahornbahn, the largest shuttle cable car in Austria with room
for 160 people, takes you up to the panoramic Ahorn plateau in just
six and a half minutes. The AHORN is a real insider’s tip for
beginners, newcomers and families, who will find ideal conditions on
the gentle slopes around the 2,000m Ahorn plateau. Athletic skiers
are also well catered for by the challenging 5.5 kilometre descent
to Mayrhofen. Those good on their feet can take a sharp intake of
breath on the maintained panoramic footpath and enjoy the
If you have ever been keen to sit on
a sledge and race down a snowy hillside or watch your kids in
amazement - then we have the right suggestion for you.
Natural Toboggan Run from
The toboggan run begins at an altitude of around 1,560 metres at the
Gerlosstein Toboggan Run
(longest natural toboggan run in the Zillertal)
This toboggan run is located on the Hainzenberg and, with a total
length of 7 km, is the longest floodlit natural toboggan run in the
other activity enables such a close contact with the tranquillity of
the winter mountain landscape. In the woods only a few tracks from
deer, rabbits and foxes break the perfect white snow blanket. No
specific previous knowledge is required, so that non-skiers also get
the opportunity to experience the mountain winters with friends or
Ski & Snowboardtours........Due
to the growing popularity of free riding, more and more boarders and
skiers venture into the back country – for good skiers and boarders
the fun starts where the piste ends.