Mayrhofen and the surrounding Zilleral area offer lots of terrain, with some decent freeriding, and maybe the best park in Austria. The resort Has a big seasonaire contingent, a world leading park and is the home of the long running Snowbombing and the Altitude festivals.
mayrhofen_bergenbahn.jpg / Mayrhofen Michael Whittaker
Lift count : 9 x Cable-cars 4 x Gondolas 17 x Chairlifts 31 x Drag-lifts
Pass (Low/High Season) : 54.00-54.00 Day , 257.00-257.00 6-day , 257.00-257.00 6-day linked area , 0 Season pass
2019/20: The Moslbahn, a new 10-person gondola, has connected the bus station with the mid-mountain area and a new red run.
2015/16: New 3S Penkenbahn Cable Car – opening 19.12.2015 2007/8:There will be a new chairlift instead of two T-bars on the Ahornplateau. The ski-pass to 3,5 days is for Mayrhofen - 4 days or more are for the whole ziller-valley 2007/8:There will be a new chairlift instead of two T-bars on the Ahornplateau. The ski-pass to 3,5 days is for Mayrhofen - 4 days or more are for the whole ziller-valley 2007/8 the 2 Ahornlifte t-bars on the Ahorn will be replaced with an 8-person chairlift 2006/7: 160 person cable-car the new Ahornbahn set to be the biggest in Europe will replace the existing cable-car but positioned closer to the centre of Mayrhofen 2004/5 season: 6-seater chair lift replaces the old 2-seater chairlift Eggalm-Nord, extension of the artifical snow making. 2003/4 season saw linking of Mayrhofen and Tux via the 150 cable car, creating the Ski-Zillertal 3000 linked area.