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In the heart of the alps


Mayrhofen is located at 630m in the upper Zillertal, a scenic valley in the heart of Tirol and Austria. Mayrhofen is the "flagship" of Austrian alpine tourism. Here there is no conflict between strong traditions and modern life; similarly between traditional farms and luxury hotels, Zillertal specialities and international cuisine, fun and action or relaxing in unspoilt nature.

The striking peaks of the Zillertal Valley and Tux Alps with their three thousand metre summits create a fantastic natural backdrop and stage for numerous outdoor activities, as well as being a welcome haven to enjoy the essential pleasures of rest, relaxation and revitalisation.

Mayrhofen is the gateway to four subsidiary valleys Mayrhofen where visitors can embark on exciting tours of discovery. They spread out behind Mayrhofen like the fingers of a hand. Thanks to their incredible diversity, everyone will find their own favourite spot and savour the welcoming hospitality of the rustic mountain refuge huts.

Penken Mountain, with its huge network of hiking trails and bike routes suitable for young and old, is the place to be for thrill seekers. If you’re up for some action, visit the Funsportstation at the Penken Reservoir


Getting there


Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday region is situated at an altitude of 630 m above sea level at the end of Zillertal, where the valley splits into the four subsidiary valleys of Zillergrund, Stillupgrund, Zemmgrund and Tux.


♦ Arriving from the east or north

From Munich / Salzburg / Vienna take the A1, A8 and A93 to Kiefersfelden. Then continue on the A12 to the Inntalautobahn (motorway toll "vignette" sticker required) to the exit for Zillertal. Another alternative is to drive over the Achenpass (toll free) along the B181 Achenseestrasse to Wiesing. Then follow the B169 to Mayrhofen-Hippach.

♦ From the west

Arriving via Vorarlberg in the direction of Innsbruck along the A12 der Inntalautobahn (motorway toll "Vignette" sticker required) until the exit for Zillertal. Then continue along the B169 Zillertal federal highway to Mayrhofen-Hippach.

♦ From the south

From Klagenfurt (Carinthia), take the A10 to Salzburg and A9 from Graz to Liezen, and then continue along the A10 to Salzburg and Bischofshofen.


A service operates every half an hour from Jenbach Station (inter-city station) to Mayrhofen, using either the Zillertalbahn train or buses from the Zillertaler Verkehrsbetriebe transport company.

Travelers, for example, from Hamburg, Cologne or Frankfurt can travel quickly and conveniently to Jenbach via the ICE hub at Munich. Thanks to "BahnCard - Rail Card" discounts or super-saver tickets, you can travel incredibly reasonably to Mayrhofen - from € 39.90! Tickets from Munich are available from as little as €19.90.


The Innsbruck Airport is 50 km, Munich Airport 170 km, and Salzburg Airport 150 km away.





We reccomend you our partner hotels, which will welcome you with special offers:

Hotel Theresia**** +43 5282 4435 email
Landhaus zum Griena** +43 664 1534 008 email


"Event rates" for runners and accompanying persons of Mayrhofen Ultraks Zillertal:

  1* 2* 3* 4* 5*
Double room* 30,- 60,- 90,- 120,- 150,-

*All prices are per night in EUR. incl. breakfast and VAT (excl. visitor's tax).