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  5300 NW 33rd Avenue, Suite 216
 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
1 954 564 6722
 1 800 755 1330
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A holiday in Mayrhofen in the Tyrolean Zillertal becomes a perfect experience – equally rich in contrast and emotional.

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Famous for its insanely steep Harakiri piste and loved for its large snowpark, Mayrhofen is one of the top wintersports destinations in Tirol for intermediate and expert skiers, yet also offers plenty of gentle runs for beginners and families.

 The gradient of 78% tells you everything you need to know about the infamous Harakiri piste in Mayrhofen. Indeed, standing at the top, the run seems even more intimidating than numbers could ever suggest. It is quite simply the steepest ski run in Austria – and the biggest attraction in Mayrhofen. However, this popular resort at the end of the Zillertal Valley has much more to offer than just adrenaline-pumping action. Its large network of pistes caters for all abilities and ambitions, including families, beginners and cruisers, and extends all the way up to 2,500m.

Mountain Stats

    • Summit: 8202ft
    • Base: 2067ft
    • Vertical Drop: 6135ft
    • Gondolas: 9
    • Eight Person Lifts: 3
    • High Speed Sixes: 11
    • High Speed Quads: 3
    • Quad Chairs: 0
    • Triple Chairs: 0
    • Double Chairs: 0
    • Surface Lifts: 31
    • Total Number Of Lifts: 57
    • Intermediate Runs: 36%
    • Advanced Runs: 51%
    • Expert Runs: 13%
    • Runs: 54
    • Terrain Parks: 1
    • Skiable Terrain: 365 ac

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