Travelling to Mayrhofen

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About Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen is a popular resort in the Tyrol region of Austria. The resort is well known for hosting the Snowbombing festival every spring, which is a combination of winter sports and music supplied by bands and DJs. Mayrhofen is also near to the Hintertux Glacier, where - at 3,250m above sea level - there is skiing all year round. The resort has 157km of groomed pistes of varying difficulty levels as well as 48 lifts.

Mayrhofen Facilities

There is plenty to do in Mayrhofen, both on and off the slopes. The Vans Penken Park caters for thrill-seekers on skis and boards looking for kickers, hips, boxes and rails to master. There are a number of toboggan runs available, as well as an outdoor ice rink and ice climbing facilities. For those preferring to stay warm, there is an impressive indoor pool with a 101m giant slide and 65m crazy river slide. Otherwise, the fitness centre, with spa and sauna, or the cinema might appeal. There is a wide range of restaurants and bars, with plenty of apres-ski fun to be had at venues such as the Sports Lounge or Harakiri Bar, named after Austria's steepest piste on Penken.

How to Get to Mayrhofen

Located at the end of the Zillertal Valley in the state of Tyrol in Austria, Mayrhofen is easily accessed by air, road and rail. The nearest city and airport is Innsbruck which is 65km away. Salzburg is 170km away and Munich is 190km.

Trains to Mayrhofen

There is a railway station next to Zillertaler Bundestrasse and trains run to and from Jenbach regularly.

Buses to Mayrhofen

There are shuttle buses to and from the nearest airports and ski buses operate within the resort.

Driving to Mayrhofen

Mayrhofen is accessed via the Inntalautobahn A12 and then the B169 Zillertal Road which traverses the 30km up to the resort.

Ski Season and Passes

The ski season in Mayrhofen runs from December until April, dependent on conditions, and there are a number of options available for lift passes. Passes are available for just the morning, afternoon, or any range of days, with discounts for young people and children.

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