Austria Ski Resort Guide for Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen Ski Resort Guide

About the Resort

Although this resort has grown it has still managed to stick with its traditional architecture. It is a favourite of British skiers and many people visit it for its lively nightlife. It is possible to enjoy a quiet family holiday as the main nightlife is concentrated in an area easily avoided. You can access different areas on the Ziller Valley lift pass- this includes the Arena slopes linking Zell to Konigsleiten and the glacier at Hintertux.

About the Mountains near Mayrhofen

Nearly all of Mayrhofens slopes are above the tree line and are moderately difficult. There are some long good runs on the Lanersbach expansion. The local terrain has expanded by 40% and the area is well served by high speed lifts. The slopes can become crowded and there are not too many slopes for the expert skier and they can become crowded with long queues. A large gondola services the area of Penken with the Rastkogel slopes above Vorderlanersbach which is in turn linked to Eggalm above Lanersbach.

Apr├Ęs Ski at Mayrhofen

The resorts mountain restaurants are well starred and so can become very over crowded. They serve good value food in attractive surroundings. It has lively nightlife with plenty of choice from the quiet drink in a hotel bar or a pizza to loud discos.

Mayrhofen Resort Ratings Guide

Snowfall RatingSnow Reliability3 Stars
Ski Lifts Number of Lifts 45
Resort HeightResort Height 630 m
2070 ft
Run Length Slopes / Runs 630-3250 m
2070-10660 ft
QueuesQueues 1 Star
Green Ski% of Green Pistes in resort 0%
Blue Ski% of Blue Pistes in resort 27%
Red Ski% of Red Pistes in resort 58%
Black Ski% of Black Pistes in resort 15%

Local Tourist Office Information

Web address: www.mayrhofen.at

Email: info@mayrhofen.at

Telephone: +43 5285 6760