Winter paradise in the province of Salzburg
The ideal point of departure for your winter adventure
Your perfect winter vacation in Zell am See - Kaprun
Zell am See is a popular ski resort in winter with numerous slopes for beginners and advanced skiers. The ski resort offers a total of 77 kilometers of slopes and 25 lifts as well as a snow park and a half pipe for freestylers. The Schmittenhöhe is the most famous ski area in Zell am See. It is equipped with modern lifts and offers slopes of all levels of difficulty, from blue beginner slopes to black slopes for experts. The longest slope of Schmittenhöhe is 7 km long and offers a magnificent view of Lake Zell and the surrounding mountains. In Lake Zell there are also many ski schools offering lessons for beginners and advanced skiers, and for families with children there are special children's ski schools and children's ski courses.
Another ski area in Zell am See is the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier World, which reaches an altitude of 3,029 meters. Here there is not only skiing, but also freeriding, snowboarding and other snow sports.
After a long day on the slopes, you can relax in one of the many ski huts and mountain restaurants and enjoy regional delicacies. One highlight is the "White Pearl Mountain Days", a winter event in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm with live music and culinary delights.
In addition to skiing, there are many other winter activities in Zell am See, such as snowshoeing, tobogganing, ice skating or even a ride on a horse-drawn sleigh. Overall, Zell am See is a versatile and attractive ski resort in winter with a wide range of activities and experiences for skiers and non-skiers alike.
Snowparks at the Kitzsteinhorn
A paradise for snowboarders
The Kitzsteinhorn is a popular destination for snowboarders in the Zell am See region in winter. The glacier ski area is known for its challenging slopes, freeride possibilities and the large snowpark.
The Glacier Park on the Kitzsteinhorn is one of the best snow parks in Europe and offers numerous jumps, rails and boxes for snowboarders and freestylers. There is also a halfpipe, a boardercross and a freeride area with many natural jumps and features.
For beginners, there are also special practice slopes and snowboard schools that offer lessons for all skill levels. Some of the schools also offer special courses and camps for snowboarders.
The Kitzsteinhorn also offers other winter activities such as snowshoeing, ice skating and ski touring. The view from the top of the Kitzsteinhorn is breathtaking and definitely worth it.
Overall, the Kitzsteinhorn is an attractive destination for snowboarders, with many challenges, freestyle opportunities and breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers.