Let’s take the hassle out of ski transfers.
At Alps2Alps, we’ve made it our mission to bring an affordable, door to door service to all major skiing destinations in Europe.
So, if you’re looking to get from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen this ski season, we can help.
Before you travel, here’s a closer look at everything you need to know, from prices to journey times.
We aim to offer the amazing value transfers to all ski resorts in the Alps. For this reason, we take a transparent approach to pricing structure. This means we don’t have fixed costs: your quote will depend on your individual situation.
So, how does it all work? We take a number of factors into consideration when calculating our prices. These include:
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! In fact, these are the cheapest ski transfers around.
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.
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.
However, 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. But, at Alps2Alps, we will always ensure that you are comfortable for the duration of your transfer.
If you have any questions about our private transfer service, you may find them answered below.
We don’t just provide a transfer service; our goal is to help you have the best possible all-round holiday. For this reason, we operate a low-cost ski rental store, stocked with high-quality equipment. This saves you having to queue and wait around at the resort.
The best part - kids’ ski hire is completely free with any full paying adult.
If you already own your skis, don’t feel left out. Our long-term ski storage service is specifically designed to help you save money on baggage fees. If you book a transfer with us - we’ll look after your skis free of charge for up to a year!
We’ll also service your skis to ensure they’re in the best condition for the pistes next holiday.
Download the Alps2Alps ski transfer app to contact your driver directly. You’ll also receive a number of other benefits, such as a live tracker.
When your driver is ready and waiting for you, you’ll receive a notification. Likewise, if there are any delays, you will also be notified.
Wondering how to get to Mayrhofen from Innsbruck Airport?
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 can make changes to your booking up to three days before travel. Bear in mind you’ll only receive replies during working hours.
There are alternative routes available, such as Salzburg to Mayrhofen.
You have a number of different options when it comes to travel from Innsbruck. Alps2Alps will happily collect you from a station and take you to your final destination. One option is Innsbruck HBF.
You could choose to get a train from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen. However, this isn’t usually the hassle-free, door to door service many are looking for. We don’t recommend getting the train to Mayrhofen the whole way, as public transport can incur some significant delays.
Book a return journey with us and receive 5% off!
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 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.
We can provide a number of different items, including booster seats. Simply inform us of any needs you may have beforehand and we’ll do our best to accommodate them.
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 im Zillertal itself (136km of ski runs), the appropriate ski lift pass will allow you to ski or snowboard in the other Zillertal ski resorts, including Tux-Finkenberg, Fugen, Hippach and the Hintertux Glacier. Together, these offer 245km pistes, 67 lifts and year-round skiing on the Hintertux Glacier.
Innsbruck International Airport is situated at the heart of the Alps and is easily accessible thanks to itscentral 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 and check departure times to avoid any unnecessary waiting.
Ready to get your holiday started? The easiest way to do so is to book online, but you can email or telephone if you prefer.
Book your ski transfer here - see you at the airport!