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Forming part of the immense Zillertal ski area, Mayrhofen boasts over 140km of prime pistes to keep you busy. It's a particularly great destination for those with some prior snowsports experience thanks to its abundance of red runs and the epic harakiri - the steepest ski slope in the Austrian Alps.

Check out all the marked runs in the area using our piste map of Mayrhofen below. You'll also find a FATMAP of the region which reveals all the top cross country routes on the Ahorn and Penken mountains. Hire a guide and make tracks in untouched powder - just remember to level-up your travel insurance if you're keen to go off-piste.

If you're keen to know where the top après ski spots are, scroll down to see our resort map of Mayrhofen. It also lays out all the best places to pick up the essentials such as ski equipment and those all-important lift passes.

Mayrhofen piste maps

Get to grips with the resort's awesome runs using our Mayrhofen piste map. It reveals all the marked slopes in the region, from brilliant nursery runs for beginners on the Ahornbahn to epic black pistes higher up the mountain. All of Mayrhofen's marked pistes are a gondola ride away from the main village, so you'll need a ski lift pass regardless of your skiing abilities.

You can buy a Mayrhofen local area pass for anything up to two days but all three day or more lift passes include the full Zillertal Valley (The Zillertal Super Ski Pass).

a piste map for the Mayrhofen and Ski Arlberg area

Mayrhofen off-piste map

Skiers who love going off the beaten path should definitely take a look at the Mayrhofen FATMAP. This 3D map crowdsources information on awesome off-piste routes around the resort and puts them in one easy-to-access place. Select routes to explore with a local guide and view their individual snow conditions, safety levels and avalanche risks.
You can also use FATMAP to track your own movements and then share them later with friends and fellow skiers. The interactive map is a handy tool to have on the marked slopes, too, as it shows live info on every run and ski lift in Mayrhofen.

Mayrhofen ski resort

Mayrhofen's reputation as a buzzing party resort is no overstatement! Discover all of its top drinking holes and clubbing venues using our resort map. We've also highlighted key spots to grab a bite to eat, plus all the best shops to pick up ski gear and lift passes.

Been to Mayrhofen before and have an epic bar, cafe or shop you'd recommend? Hit us up on WhatsApp or Messenger and we'll add it in!

Mayrhofen ski area stats

Altitude:

Resort — 633m

Max — 3,250m

Skiing: 515km
Transfer time:

Innsbruck - 1h20;

Salzburg - 2h05;

Munich - 2h45;

Friedrichshafen - 3h30;

Included areas with the Zillertal Super Ski Pass:
  • Hochzillertal - Hochfügen - Spieljoch
  • Zillertal Arena
  • Mayrhofner Bergbahnen
  • Ski & Gletscherwelt Zillertal 3000
Most famous run:

The infamous Harakiri, named after the Japanese samurai's ritual suicide, it's staggering 78 degrees at one point!

Ski Arlberg ski map breakdown:
  • 28% blue, 49% red, 23% black
  • Off piste ski rating: 4/5
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