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Enjoy the springtime on the sun terraces around Mayrhofen

Spring is finally here, and the temperatures are getting warmer. That’s good news for both our bodies and souls. This is because vitamin D from the...

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Sleigh Rides - Winter landscapes and nostalgia

A family sleigh ride is both a nostalgic and a modern way of relaxing away from the ski pistes. The contrast between the original function of the...

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Winter walks in Mayrhofen: Be enchanted by the nature, peace and tranquillity around you

Are you suffering from aching muscles after skiing? Do you fancy enjoying a more relaxed day instead of racing around the pistes? Then a winter walk...

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RISE&FALL, a race against the clock - Part 4

4x430 altitude metres of intense struggle and challenges lay before the athletes of the 80 teams competing in RISE&FALL. This awesome sporting event...

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My First Time: A Ski Holiday with Friends to Mayrhofen in the Ziller Valley

Getting up above the clouds, enjoying incredible views, and rediscovering friendships and good times. Mayrhofen in the Ziller Valley is the perfect...

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High-flier!

Philipp Aschenwald jumps from a height which others wouldn’t dare to look down from. He’s a true high-flier. But what is it that motivates the...

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The heroes of the perfectly groomed pistes – the piste managers from the Mayrhofen cable car company

For the ski resort of Mayrhofen-Hippach, offering a 100% snow guarantee is the most natural thing in the world.

 

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Après-ski in Mayrhofen: it doesn’t get more cosmopolitan than this!

Après-ski has a similar reputation as the Oktoberfest. For those looking in from the outside: unfathomable behaviour based on the consumption of...

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Presenting the Zillertal Valley: The Stillup Valley

Often described as “wildly romantic” or “the valley of waterfalls”, the Stillup valley is a subsidiary valley of the Ziller Valley. Personally, I...

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