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Walking Trails

Mayrhofen, Austria
+43 4352 856760
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walks for oldies.

plenty of walks when you find them. good walk along river next to railway line, goes a long way... read more

Reviewed 14 June 2015
phred41
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Durham, United Kingdom
Walkers paradise

Varied walks which are well marked. The lift pass also gives you "free" travel on the valley train... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2015
Linrob2012
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York, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 June 2015

plenty of walks when you find them. good walk along river next to railway line, goes a long way down valley and if tired hop on the train (evry half hour) back to Mayrhofen.

3  Thank phred41
Reviewed 3 June 2015

Varied walks which are well marked. The lift pass also gives you "free" travel on the valley train which opens up the area you can cover.

1  Thank Linrob2012
Reviewed 30 May 2015

You have so many routes to follow, easy to difficult and well signposted. Local maps are available and stunning scenery

2  Thank Richard D
Reviewed 18 February 2015

We stayed in Mayrhofen recently and could not ski every day so we got a walking map from the tourist office (3 euro's I think). The map covered the Ziller Valley and was a little difficult to follow, but was none the less enjoyable. One...More

11  Thank JEFF W
Reviewed 11 January 2015

There are lots of walking areas both down the valley or up in the woods. Some very quaint shops around.

2  Thank ronan j m
Reviewed 27 December 2014

We walked in Winter and Tracks are mostly sealed but you can venture into the rough, so good walking shoes or boots are needed. The views are stunning and there are picnic areas dotted about and benches at various points to sit and take in...More

5  Thank Pat A
Reviewed 5 November 2014

Some of the most beautiful scenery and walks. Water falls, stream, lakes. Cows wearing bells that continuously tinkle in the breeze! Lovely to hear whilst walking. Wear good boots and layers!

3  Thank Emma D
Reviewed 30 September 2014

Everything from rough mountain trails to well formed and sealed tracks that cover almost, if not all, of the valley. The entire area is very well utilised by locals and visitors alike.

2  Thank Terry T
Reviewed 25 September 2014

Perfect and nice walk with a lot of experience with local berber we got a lot of good souvenirs and nice photos we are so happy will come back

1  Thank ErrachikiB
Reviewed 21 September 2014

There were so many walks for all abilities, and all well signed. From top of Ahorn, accessed by cable car, there are numerous walks, some with gentle gradient and others very steep indeed, but all with magnificent views and mountain huts selling delicious cake. There...More

4  Thank jitterbugYork
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chrisandclive
What activites are there in Mayrhofen apart from walking trails for 6 quite fit and active OAPs who want to visit for winter snow?
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ali_arundel
Where do you get the laminated walking map from? This will be our first visit to Mayrhofen and I am finding it hard to get specific walk route information online. Is it easy enough once you get there to get the information in English? Thanks Ali
7 August 2016|
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Response from Travelbugsbitten | Reviewed this property |
We got a really good set of four maps of the Zillertal area from the tourist office in Zell am Ziller about five kilometres from Mayrhofen. As it was produced by the official Zillertal organisation, I would assume it is... More
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lammie10
Is there someplace where we can rent hiking polls in the summer in Mayrhofen? Also are there any high mountain hiking trails that take about 4-5 hours. Would like something without steep drop-offs as I am afraid of heights.
13 October 2015|
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Response from karinswhite | Reviewed this property |
Our Hotel in Mayrhofen supplied hiking poles free of charge. They also had a hotel mountain guide who conducted brilliant hiking tours (free of charge) I suppose that other Hotels may do that, too. There are lots of hiking... More
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