If sporting challenges are what you are looking for, Mount Penken is the place for you. For example, the bravest of the brave can try to tackle the legendary Harakiri, Austria's steepest slope adventure with a gradient of 78 percent. It’s the most challenging slope in the Zillertal and should only be attempted by experts. Another action highlight is the Penken Park, one of the best snowparks in Europe. In its eight areas for different skill levels, beginners can try their first jumps, advanced riders can hone their style, and pros can get some serious airtime on huge kickers. Also, speed junkies will love the new Racing Paradise Unterberg and its three permanent timed race courses. But thanks to plenty of leisurely slopes, Penken also has a calm and cozy side.
Action Mountain Penken
Leisure Mountain Ahorn
Mount Ahorn is our Leisure Mountain – a perfect winter wonderland for families and pleasure seekers. The wide pistes are ideal both for carving and for beginners to try out skiing and snowboarding. If action is what you're looking for, try the Fun Ride Ahorn or the demanding 5.5-km-long valley run to Mayrhofen. Ahorn also has plenty of free-time activities for non-skiers. For instance, you can go on a winter hike on the Panorama Trail, which offers breathtaking views, take a ride with the Pistenbock or you can pay a visit to the White Lounge. During the day, the Igloo Village is a great location to chill out to modern sounds while sipping drinks from the bar. In the evening, the place turns into a fascinating hotel made of ice and snow. Spending a night in one of the artistically designed suites at 2,000 meters above sea level is an unforgettable experience