1. Home
  2. Ski
  3. Austria
  4. Zillertal
  5. Ski Zillertal 3000
  6. Mayrhofen
Mayrhofen

Skiing in Mayrhofen

Slopes

46Km
170Km
93Km
29Km
Total 338Km

Lifts

25

40

58

Height

3250m
630m

Glacier

1

Cross-country

58Km

Fun park

3

Ski Zillertal 3000
Ski Zillertal 3000

Slopes

59Km
199Km
113Km
0Km
Total 371Km

Lifts

28

50

71

Height

2500m
580m

Glacier

0

Cross-country

72Km

Fun park

5

Zillertal
Zillertal
Zillertal

Regulations per resort 

Distance in public areas (in metres)
1 metre
If you cannot keep a distance, a mask is mandatory
Public transport / taxi
Mask required
A mask is mandatory for everyone 6+. A mask must also be worn in gondolas / lifts.
Maximum people together
Limited
No maximum outside. Inside maximum of 25
Allowed to share a room with someone outside your household?
Yes
Supermarkets and pharmacies
Open
A mask is mandatory
Petrol stations
Open
A mask is mandatory
Restaurants
Open
Reservation required and mask is mandatory for employees
Bars
Open
Mask is mandatory for employees
Shops
Open
Events (indoor and outdoor)
Allowed
Only allowed with a seat reservation. Max 500 people for an outdoor event and max 250 people for indoor events. Mask is mandatory for employees
Museum
Open
Wellness
Open
Reservation required. Maximum number people allowed indoor depends on the size of the facilities
Curfew
No
Not allowed to sell alcohol in certain hours
Normal rules apply
Club/Nightlife
Open
Until 1am
Casino
Open
Until 1am
Airports
Open
Temperature checks can take place. Wearing a mask is mandatory and 1.5 meters distance must be observed. Online check in is recommended.
Transfer regulation
Yes
1 meter distance and additional hygiene measures are to be implemented
Quarantaine
No
Covid test before departure
No
Health declaration
No
Other formailities needed to enter destination?
No

General information

Skiing in Mayrhofen, the thumping heart of the Zillertal, is not to be missed. Consisting of a collection of small alpine villages that have gradually grown into one another, the ski area is one of the most popular in Europe. There are ski areas that you can visit a few times you’ve seen it all, but with Mayrhofen ski holidays the different runs for both novice and advanced skiers mean you will always find something new and exciting.

When skiing in Mayrhofen, the Ahornbahn cable car brings you from the village to an altitude of around 2000m in only six minutes. For those looking for a luxury Mayrhofen ski holiday, you can choose to take the very modern Penkenbahn with panoramic views and built-in WiFi to the Ski Zillertal 3000 ski area which consists of over 225km of exciting pistes.

The Vans Penken Park is a paradise for freestylers; Harakiri, the steepest run in Austria, will give even the most experienced skier the chills; and on the Hintertux Glacier snow is guaranteed even in early spring; all this makes skiing in Mayrhofen a must for all winter sport enthusiasts. If all this still isn’t enough for you, you can always upgrade your lift pass to the entire Zillertal Ski Region, letting you explore the slopes of Kaltenbach, Fügen and Gerlos.

A ski holiday in Mayrhofen isn’t just about the slopes. As the sun sets behind the mountains, the streets fill with people on their way to the cafes, shops and booming nightclubs. You can swim, go to the cinema, hike, play tennis, ice skate – there is literally something for everyone when skiing in Mayrhofen.

Every year in April the acclaimed musical festival Snowboming takes place in Mayrhofen. At the end of the season partygoers flock to the ski area to enjoy the snow, the music, live gigs and the street parade. Mayrhofen forgets skiing and transforms into one big party both on and off the pistes. Please take into account that you need a special Snowbombing wristband in order to join the festivities. You can purchase these wristbands on location at the designated selling points.