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Mayrhofen Ski Holidays
One of Austria's best known ski resorts, Mayrhofen lies at the end of the beautiful Ziller Valley which is home to a number of ski areas totalling 650ms of piste, and an all in one lift pass. The Mayrhofen ski resort has long earned its place as one of the world's top skiing and snowboarding resorts, with 2 ski areas, the Ahorn and Penken. The Ahorn area can be reached via a cable car, whilst the Penken area can be reached via a gondola. Between the entrance of the valley and the Hintertux Glacier you'll find a further 4 ski areas on the Zillertal Superskipass. These areas provide a tremendous variety of terrains to explore and it is considered to be the second largest terrain park for freestylers. It is well known for its apres ski/lively nightlife and an attractive Tirolean centre.
This ski resort offers a balanced terrain of cruisers and steeps which makes this a great area for begginers. For the more experienced skiers, the Hara Kiri piste provides an extraordinary off-piste terrain and some of the steepest slopes in austria. Whether you're a beginner skier or an advanced skier, this ski resort has everything you'll need for a fantastic ski holiday in Austria. Non-skiers can also enjoy a variety of activities in Mayrhofen or take the train and explore other areas.
Après Ski: In Mayrhofen you can find lively and renowned folklore programmes, beer kellers, and numerous bars and discos which are open until the small hours. At close of play, the Umbrella bar, the Ice bar and the Bruck'n Stadl are packed out. Other recommended places the 'Coup & More' that is less busy, Mo's bar for live music plus the Rund ‘Um, Scotland Yard Pub and Movie Bar. Later on still, try the Sport Arena Disco.
Activities: A ski holiday in Mayrhofen offers much more than just skiing and snowboarding. It has an excellent fun pool centre with an adventure indoor pool, sauna, solariums and fitness centre, squash, indoor tennis, horse-riding, ice-skating, sleigh rides, tobogganing, bowling.
Eating Out: The ski resort offers a wide range of restaurants for all tastes and budgets ranging from local specialities to Chinese cuisine. The Tiroler Stube and Mo's are recommended along with the Café Tirol, Grill Kuchl, Corso, Mount Everest, Zum Griena and Papageno,
Other Amenities: Aside from the activities that the ski resort offers, there are also 45kms of footpaths, excursions to Salzburg and Innsbruck, steam train rides for you to enjoy.