Transfers from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen needn’t be a hassle this ski season. Make sure you book your affordable airport transfers and we’ll ensure you enjoy the most convenient and reliable way of getting to and from the resort. If you’re planning to spend your holidays in this brilliant, sporty ski resort ensure you can actually rely on your airport transfer provider.
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Mayrhofen is located at the end of the long flat Ziller valley which is perfectly located for flights into Innsbruck airport. Airport transfers from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen will take around 1 hour. Though this may see significant changes depending on when you travel.
Mayrhofen is the busiest resort in the ski area and one of Austria's top ski resorts, if travelling at peak times, you can expect to encounter some traffic and waiting. At Alps2Alps we will always ensure that you are comfortable for the duration of your transfer.
We highly recommend travelling midweek to cut down on your journey time and guarantee more time on the slopes.
The standard route from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen (73,9 km) will usually take you via routes A12 and Zillertal Str./B169. Through Fürstenweg, B174 and Egger-Lienz-Straße take the route A12/E60. On A12 / E60 head towards Achensee Str./B181 (Wieing). From A12 / E60 take the exit for the Zillertal and from there a further 28 km on the B169 to Mayrhofen. Always ask the driver about the best possible route. If there is bad weather or snow, just plan extra time for your transfer.
You don’t have to go right to your ski destination. If you wish to stop at any stage of the trip to stretch your legs or breathe a fresh air, we will happily accommodate this.
There are many supermarkets on your way to Mayrhofen. You can buy some snacks for the journey or the necessary essentials you need for your ski holiday. Sometimes products bought on the way to ski resort can be cheaper compering to those found in the resort stores.
The Mayrhofen ski resort stretches across multiple mountains – the resort sits wonderfully between the Ahorn and Penken areas in a spacious valley bottom with magnificent views up and along the valley. You can enjoy great panoramic views during your trip. The Zillertal Valley is one of the wider glacial valleys in Austria, which makes it a photographer’s dream. Take your camera and start snapping.
It’s important to know that your journey from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen will take you to a very high altitude. This can present its own potential complications.
Innsbruck airport sits at 580m, while Mayrhofen sits at an altitude of 630m. This journey can present some passengers with mild discomfort. Nausea, headaches and dizziness can be symptoms of the change in air pressure. Young children are the ones at risk to develop altitude sickness.
When you combine this air pressure change with steep, serpentine roads, the journey can be difficult for some. If needed, ask your driver to lower the temperature in the vehicle to help you feel more comfortable.
When feeling especially unwell, a spectacular view over amazing Zillertal Valley can be the right medicine for you.
Mayrhofen is one of the biggest ski resorts in the Zillertal Valley. Mayrhofen is part of the Zillertal 3000 ski area with access to 489km of downhill skiing, with 91 individual pistes, served by 177 ski lifts. The skiing in Mayrhofen is spread across the 2 sides of the valley: the Ahorn ski area is best suited to families and beginners, while the Penken ski area has some of the best and varied terrains in the region and is ideal for intermediates, expert level skiers and snowboarders.
In addition to the skiing in Mayrhofen itself (136km of pisted ski runs), the appropriate ski Lift Pass will allow you to ski or snowboard in the other Zillertal ski resorts that includes Tux-Finkenberg, Fugen, Hippach and the Hintertux Glacier, together offering 245 km pistes, 67 lifts and year-round skiing on the Hintertux Glacier.
Innsbruck Airport situated at the heart of the Alps and is easily accessible thanks to its central location. The airport is located on the outskirts of the provincial capital of Innsbruck. During peak season, skiers from all over the world flock here in their droves. Make sure you book your ski transfer in advance to avoid any unnecessary waiting.
Flying with your own skis? Find out how much the airlines flying into Innsbruck airport will charge you.
If you’re looking for information about your flight to Innsbruck Airport, find it here.
At Alps2Alps, we aim to offer the amazing value transfers to all ski resorts in the Alps. We like to take a transparent approach to pricing structure. We take a number of factors into consideration when calculating our prices. These include:
The number of people travelling
The day and time you travel
Any discounts available
When calculating fares, we start with our standard price and then reduce this based on the factors mentioned above. This dynamic approach means we only ever decrease our prices – never increase them.
Pricing is also affected by vehicle availability, transfer schedule, vehicle utilisation and additional costs such as road tolls and parking charges.
If you want to keep costs down, choose your transfer to Mayrhofen in midweek (Monday-Friday) to get prices up to 60% lower than usual weekend prices! Travel with ease, spend less time stuck in traffic and more time on the slopes! More discounts are available for travelling off-season and off-peak.
Booking your transfer with us online – is easy and secure. All you need to do is to complete our online booking form. Or if you prefer you can contact us via e-mail or telephone.
It takes less than 5 minutes and we’ll guarantee your booking immediately. If your chosen service or destination isn’t available, don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.