The Mayrhofen ski resort, encompassing Penken, Ahorn, Rastkogel, and Eggalm, is located in the Mayrhofen-Hippach Holiday Region and Tux-Finkenberg. It offers 142 kilometers of slopes and 8.7 kilometers of ski routes, served by 44 lifts. The winter sports area spans elevations from 630 to 2,500 meters. Penken boasts exciting features such as the Harakiri, Austria's steepest slope adventure, and the Vans PenkenPark, complete with cool terrain and challenging obstacles. On the other hand, Ahorn provides guests with hidden gems to explore, including the Café-Bistro Freiraum with its stunning location, family-friendly slopes, the sun-drenched Ahorn Plateau, and the unique White Lounge featuring an Ice Bar and Igloo Hotel.

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Where is Mayrhofen located?

Mayrhofen is situated in the Zillertal (Ziller valley) of Tyrol (Tirol) state, Austria. The closest major international airports are Munich (MUC) and Zurich (ZRH). However, the Innsbruck Airport (INN) is a convenient option for flights originating from within Europe and the UK. You can travel to Mayrhofen from Innsbruck by taking the Zillertalbahn train, which offers a convenient and scenic route. Find out more

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