Snowy winter holidays in Zell am See

Winter in one of the most beautiful regions of the Austrian Alps.

A winter holiday in Zell am See stands for a picturesque winter landscape and a wide range of winter sports – whether skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, winter hiking, ice skating or tobogganing – here winter sports fans get what they want.

Pure winter fun

With the Ski ALPIN CARD you can enjoy 408 kilometers of slopes in the three top ski regions of Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, Schmittenhöhe in Zell am See and Kitzsteinhorn Kaprun with just one ticket. That means over 400 kilometers of premium slopes incl. Glacier!

A thick white splendor and sparkling snow crystals make not only these routes a real experience. Even the less athletically challenging routes offer lots of skiing fun. Difficult routes are marked in black, while slopes for advanced skiers are marked in red. Red routes lead, for example, on the Kitzsteinhorn from the Alpincenter at 2,452 meters to the Gletscherjet 2 station at 1,976 meters. You can also ski down to the local Häuslalm directly from the summit station at 3,029 meters via a beginner’s route (blue marking). This descent is just one alternative from an incomparably diverse range of slopes that the ski area around Zell am See has in store for its guests. The Schmittenhöhe is a magnet for discerning skiers from all over the world. On the 2,000 meter high mountain, some of the jewels among the ski slopes of the Alps are presented. From the summit you can ski down to the outskirts of Zell am See via Schmittental. It doesn’t matter whether you want to cultivate an ambitious style or are still shy because you’ve only been on the boards for a few days. All routes include the ‘Alps’ mountain experience, the varied nature of the region and lots of fun for young and old.

The TAUERN SPA Kaprun is open to those seeking relaxation:

Take a look at the ski rental offers and all other winter activities in Zell am See and send us your inquiry !