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Mayrhofen is a large, attractive, traditional village in the scenic Ziller Valley or ‘Zillertal’
as it’s locally known, nestled in the heart of the Austrian region of Tyrol.
It's one of the biggest names in Austrian mountain tourism and is a longstanding
favourite with Brits.

In this video we will show you the most important things you need to know before
booking a vacation in Mayrhofen and if you stick around until the end of the video, you
will get some great tips which will help you make better decisions, save time and
money and have a more enjoyable vacation.
The closest airports to Mayrhofen are Innsbruck, with transfer time of one hour and
Salzburg or Munich, with a transfer time of two hours each. Take note that during the
month of February there are big traffic jams on Saturdays from Munich and Salzburg to
Mayrhofen and back.
You can buy a train ticket to Mayrhofen at Munich Airport, with changes at Munich
central station, Kufstein and finally at Jenbach for a local Zillertalbahn connection.
A round-trip ticket is likely to cost between sixty and one hundred and twenty euros.
As the main transport hub of the valley, the Mayrhofen railway station is served by a
local bus service to the village, while buses also run through the valley on an hourly
Mayrhofen ski has a long season beginning in early December, lasting right though to
late April. The ski area of Mayrhofen spans from six hundred and thirty meters above
sea level to two thousand five hundred meter above sea level. Interestingly, however,
with the exception of one red run that descends from Ahorn plateau down into town,
the ski area elevation ranging between one thousand five hundred, and two thousand
five hundred meters.
Many of the slopes are south-facing which can be good in the middle of winter,
however the lower altitude south-facing runs can be problematic in milder March, but
we’ll address the solution to that later in the video.
The ski area of Mayrhofen itself has one hundred and thirty seven kilometres of ski
runs. But when combined with the Superzillertal skipass for the whole Zillertal area, it
boasts a huge five hundred and thirty five kilometres of ski runs for your enjoyment,
making the Zillertal valley the valley with most ski runs in the whole of Austria.
from the five hundred and thirty five kilometres of the Zillertal, one hundred and sixteen are
spereated to small areas you won't bother to try. we recommend on four ski areas with a total of
four hundreds and nineteen km:
The Zillertal Arena, featuring a huge one hundred and forty three connected ski runs, is
the largest single ski area, and here’s how to get there from Mayrhofen.
From Mayrhofen you can take the Zillertalbahn to Zell am Ziller and then the red line
ski bus to Rosenalmnahn lift in order to explore the Zillertal Arena, with a journey time of
twenty minutes.
The second ski area, with ninety one kilometres of connected ski runs is Ski Optimal.
From Mayrhofen, you can take the Zillertalbahn to Kaltenbach and then walk five
minutes to HochZillertal gondola to explore Ski Optimal. The total journey time is just
thirty minutes.
The third ski area is the Hintertux, with sixty kilometres of runs, and a glacier where you
can ski up to three thousand two hundred and fifty meters above sea level. To get
there, you should take the green line bus from the Zillertalbahn station, a drive that will
take around forty minutes.
The last big ski area in the Zillertal is, of course, the main ski area of Mayrhofen itself,
with one hundred and twenty five kilometres of ski runs.
Overall, the Mayrhofen ski area is divided into two distinct areas, and comprised of
thirteen black runs, twenty seven red runs and fifteen blue runs.
The first ski area is Ahorn, aka Ahorn plateau, home to a total of twelve kilometres of
slops, and connected to the center by the Ahorn cable car. Ahorn features several easy
blue runs on the plateau and a long red run back to the center.
The second, also known as the Penken, is connected to the center by the Penkenbahn,
and consists of one hundred and twenty five kilometres of slopes.
It’s actually home to four mountains: Horberg, Rastkogel, eggalm, and Penken
the Penken; Horberg; Rastkogel, and Eggalm
Experts can test their limits and try the Harakiri, the steepest piste in Austria. This piste
runs at an incline of up to seventy eight degrees.
Freestylers can find one of Europe best snow parks here, too: Vans Penken Park.
There is a traditional high level of teaching standards in Mayrhofen. Almost all of the
instructors speak English and pride themselves on injecting plenty of fun into their
lessons. There are plenty of ski schools to choose from here, and at good prices too.

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