Skiing on Mount Ahorn and Mount Penken

Leisure and Action on more than 136 kilometers of pistes

Beginners and pros, adrenaline junkies and aficionados, snowboarders and skiers, young and old – everybody loves the pistes in Mayrhofen.
With 136 kilometers of perfectly prepared pistes and 57 modern lifts, it’s no wonder that winter sports enthusiasts love both Action Mountain Penken and Leisure Mountain Ahorn. Both of them certainly live up to their names, but they also have some surprises up their sleeves. For instance, Penken also offers gentle slopes for carving, and, in addition to its wide, sunny slopes, Ahorn has some exciting downhills, such as the 5.5-kilometer-long Valley Run. Enjoy the sun, the great views of the Zillertal Alps with several three-thousand-meter peaks, and, of course, the fantastic skiing and snowboarding!

Our tip: Get the new Mayrhofen Mountain App and discover the ski resort with our Tour Suggestions.

By the way: The Mayrhofen ski resort has been awarded 4.6 of 5 possible stars by skiresort.de – click here to read the detailed review.

Excitement guaranteed!

If an adrenalin rush is what you are looking for, you are guaranteed to find it on Action Mountain Penken! Whether you are a freerider, freestyler, or adrenalin junkie, there’s something for everyone. For instance, you can try to conquer Austria's steepest slope adventure, the legendary Harakiri, shred the Penken Park, or measure your speed or time at the Unterberg Racing Paradise! Also, be sure to try out our three Fun Rides on Ahorn and Penken!

The perfect place to relax!

The wide and sunny slopes are perfectly suited for beginners, families and leisurely skiers. After a day on your skies or snowboard, or if you just need a break, try a new toboggan experience with our new Pistenbock. If you want peace and quiet, discover the mountains on a winter hike or sit back and relax at the White Lounge Igloo Bar. For a very special leisuerly experience, we recommend a visit at our new Panorama Ice Rink on the terrace at the Penkenbahn Summit Station.

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