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24 January 2013

No Ski Club Leader in Mayrhofen this season

There will be no formal resort leading service the Austrian resort this winter

Mayrhofen. Photo: Mayrhofen tourist office

Mayrhofen, one of the five popular Austrian resorts that hosted a Ski Club Leader last season, will not be part of the the resort leading service this winter (2013).

The Ski Club regrets to announce that it will not be able to provide this service in Mayrhofen as published in the Members Pack 2012/13. We apologise to Members who were looking forward to skiing with the Club in the Zillertal. However, a resident Ski Club member, Peter Thomas, has kindly offered to ski with any member who wish to join in with him in Mayrhofen.

Peter can be contacted by email and mobile: Pmt3262@hotmail.com or +43 (0) 664 55 24 080.

If you're interested in skiing with us in Austria this winter, the nearest resort to Mayrhofen where you can find a Ski Club Leader is the large inter-linked ski area of Kitzbühel, and there are also leaders in Obergurgl, Ischgl and Zell am See.

Ski Club Freshtracks also run a range of holidays to Austria, including a popular girls-only weekend trip to the spa town Bad Hofgastein, and instructional holidays in beautiful Lech.

Find out more about the Ski Club Leader service, which operates in over 30 top resorts worldwide.

 


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