Great location with three cable cars within a radius of 2 km! Whether for beginners, pleasure skiers or freeriders, our ski resorts have something for everyone.
The more leisurely skier should explore the mountain Ahorn. The Ahornbahn is the largest cable car in Austria an takes you in less than eight minutes to a sea level of 2000 m. Offers for children are the Funslope with jumps, tunnels and many other highlights.
Those who are already experienced and also want to drive difficult slopes should visit the Action Mountain Penken. In order to do so, you can use the Horbergbahn in Schwendau or the Penkenbahn in Mayrhofen. For the ultimate adrenaline rush you can take the challenge of the steepest slope in Austria - the HARAKIRI with 78% gradient. The center of attraction for many is the Funpark on the Penken, which makes the heart of every snowboarder freeskier beat faster.
Pictures from: Dominic Berchtold, Jena Foxton, Dominic Ebenbichler
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If you want to try something else besides skiing, you could try cross-country skiing instead. Directly in front of the apartment is the start of a cross-country ski run, wich runs to Hippach.
ATTENTION: only at appropriate temperatures
Picture from: Laurin Moser
Those who feel at home on the ice should visit the skating ground in Mayrhofen. On the skating ground you can try everything from ice skating to ice hockey and curling all winter long. There is the possibility to rent skates as well.
Tip: Every Friday from 6 pm to 9 pm the ice disco takes place there with a cool sound and a great atmosphere.
Picture from: Paul Suerth
Fun for the whole family! At a lenght of 7 km, the toboggan run Gerlosstein on the Hainzenberg offers the full toboggan fun. The longest toboggan run of the Zillertal is about 15 minutes by car from the apartment.
NEW: Since the latest one can experience the ultimate fun of snowtubing in the ski resort Gerlosstein! It is located behind the mountain station of the Gerlossteinbahn (before the toboggan run).
Picture from: Dominic Ebenbichler