PURE SKIING PLEASURE FOR ADULTS AND KIDS IN MAYRHOFEN
Decelerate, relax, unwind - the Ahorn ski area right below the Ahornspitze peak is the place to be for those who like to indulge. There, you’ll find a true family paradise ideal for beginners to advanced. The sun plateau has not only breathtaking views but also primarily blue and red slopes that are just great for carving. However, the Mount Ahorn is also known for its outstanding ValleyRun Ahorn. This 5.5-kilometer-long black slope takes you down 1,400 meters all the way to the valley. Tip: Explore the ski resort on the Ahorn FamilyTour.
VALLEY RUN AHORN The challenging, 5.5-kilometer-long ValleyRun Ahorn provides unique views of the Zillertal valley and is a highlight for advanced skiers and snowboarders.
Tip: Treat yourself to a hearty or sweet snack before, after, or during your ski day at on of the cosy mountain restaurants.
SKI SCHOOL MAYRHOFEN 3000 On Mount Ahorn, specially trained ski instructors show you or your kids from age 4 how to ski and have a lot of fun on the slopes, making sure the juniors will be the next big thing in skiing. More details at the Homepage of the Ski School Mayrhofen 3000.
Have a look at what's happening at the Ski School on Mount Ahorn: Video of the Ski School on Mount Ahorn
EARLY BIRD ON MOUNT AHORN During the winter season, the Ahornbahn will be operating from 7.30 a.m.! Take advantage of this service and enjoy the perfectly prepared pistes of the 5,5 km long ValleyRun Ahorn early in the morning.
Tip: After some downhill runs, treat yourself to a delicious mountain breakfast in one of the cosy mountain restaurants.
PISTENBOCK ON MOUNT AHORN If you feel like taking a break from skiing or just want to spend a day on Mount Ahorn without ski or snowboard equipment, you should try taking a ride on a PistenBock sled for some great toboggan fun. On a specially designed course separated off from the other pistes you’ll adjust your helmet, hang on tight, and tackle the turns. Practice makes perfect - you’re definitely going to want to go at it more than once.