Travel & Accomodation
You can park at the Mayrhofen Bergbahn, the Penkenbahn or the Ahornbahn. These parking spaces are within walking distance of the Europahaus and our Ultraks Zone.
The Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday region is located at 630 m above sea level at the end of the Zillertal, where the valley divides into the four side valleys Zillergrund, Stillupgrund, Zemmgrund and Tuxertal.
Arrival by car
From the East or North
From Munich/Salzburg/Vienna on the A1, A8 and A93 to Kiefersfelden. Then continue on the A12 of the Inntal motorway (toll sticker required) to the Zillertal exit. Another possibility is the journey over the Achenpass on the B181 Achenseestraße to Wiesing. Then take the B169 to Mayrhofen-Hippach.
From the West
Arrival via Vorarlberg in the direction of Innsbruck on the A12 of the Inntal motorway (requires a vignette) to the Zillertal exit. Then continue on the B169 of the Zillertal Bundesstraße to Mayrhofen-Hippach
From the South
From Klagenfurt (Carinthia) on the A10 to Salzburg or from Graz on the A9 to Liezen and then on the A10 to Salzburg or Bischofshofen.
Arrival by train
From Jenbach railway station (express train station), there are half-hourly departures to the Mayrhofen-Hippach holiday region, either by the Zillertal Railway or the buses of the Zillertal Transport Authority.
Via the ICE hub in Munich, travellers from e.g. Hamburg, Berlin, Cologne or Frankfurt can also reach Jenbach quickly and easily. Thanks to BahnCard discounts or savings, the trip to Mayrhofen is also really cheap – from € 39.90. From Munich, tickets are available from as little as € 19.90.