Mayrhofen has a superb variety of ski terrain, one of the most recognised terrain parks in the world, glacier skiing in the Zillertal 3000 region and a fantastic and vibrant resort. Mayrhofen has ski areas on both sides of the resort – the Ahorn is ideal for beginners and families, whilst the Penken has some of the best and varied terrain in the region. The Penken area has the steepest groomed piste in Austria – the Harakiri, great intermediate ski safaris out into the lift and piste-linked Zillertal 3000 region and the world famous Vans Penken Park. Off the snow Mayrhofen is a well-equipped year-round resort with great facilities and fantastic atmosphere with legendary events and apres ski.
For skiers Mayrhofen offers snow-sure skiing with the mighty 3250m Hintertux Glacier just down the valley and a top height of some 2500m at the Penken area. The Ahorn offers great easy skiing and the Penken and the linked Zillertal 3000 ski area is perfect for intermediates. Mayrhofen also has a good deal of tough skiing with steeps both on and off-piste.
Mayrhofen has a large local community to keep the place feeling open year round. The nightlife and apres ski are legendary whilst the resort has a great deal of facilities for the visitor. It is very well connected with a railway stop close to the resort centre and the main valley road running along the edge of the resort and on to the nearby Hintertux Glacier.
The huge ski terrain around Mayrhofen and in the Zillertal Valley offers a great deal for ski groups, whilst the 3250m high, 365 days a year skiing at the Hintertux Glacier offers complete security. There is also plenty to do off the slopes and for corporate groups there are short transfers, quality accommodation and meeting facilities and superb apres ski on offer.