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16 October 2018.

Finkenberg, Skiing & Snow...

As part of the Ski & Gletscherwelt Zillertal 3000 ski area and also covered on the Super Zillertal ski pass riders have access to 620kms of marked piste, 233kms of those being on your immediate doorstep.

Revellers can ride the wide open autobahns of the Hintertux Glacier at one end of the region or the steep and deep of Hochfugen at the other. And of course several places in between. Everyone who comes here should be able to find their perfect spot.

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Beginner

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Beginners have several options on where to begin their sliding lives. You may choose to use one of the Finkenberg ski schools or one of the many other ski schools in Mayrhofen. However, it is generally less hassle to stay local. Wherever you choose, you should quickly progress to the long blue runs of Penken which can be accessed directly from Finkenberg. Thereafter the mountain abounds with exciting ski wegs (forest tracks) and interesting features on which to build up your confidence.

Intermediate

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Well where shall we go today? That will be your only problem - deciding where to go. Every area is worth visiting and all you have to do is work out how to get there. The frequent bus and train services should make this relatively easy.

Advanced

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This area for its size does not offer up too many black runs but what it does have is lots of easily accessible off-piste. The Penken has plenty of tree skiing as does Gerlos and Zell am Ziller. Kaltenbach (Hochzillertal) and Hochfugen both have easily accessible off-piste and so does the Hintertux glacier which really should only be attempted with a guide.