Skiing in Zell am See-Kaprun, this includes perfectly groomed ski slopes, Freeride routes, Fun Slopes for all ages and breathtaking Parks and pipes, In the evening there is time for Après skibefore you get ready for great culinary enjoyment in our Inns and Restaurants. ski and Ski schools complete your ski package and make your skiing holiday in Zell am See-Kaprun what you are looking forward to all year long!
Let your mind wander. Enjoy dreamtime. Experience the luxury of nature. Inhale eye pleasures and culinary delights. Discover a new way of life of wellbeing. It is about conjuring up the desire of the moment from a simple "carpe diem". To create moments for later. And to draw inspiration from the future. So that tomorrow is still vacation. And the day after tomorrow. And the day after. This has a change of perspective so in itself.
After 45 years break: Legendary ice race in Zell am See celebrates comeback. The organizer revives the traditional combination of car racing and skijoring with a new concept. GP Ice Race in Zell am See at the 19. and 20. January 2019 with a lot of prominence and high-class motorsport.GP Ice Race ambassador Hans-Joachim Stuck: "A legendary event with lots of action and motorsport to touch."
Skiing is an incomparable sport. Experience the rush of speed, the game of balance, the weightlessness of jumping and the freedom of deep snow skiing. Learning to ski is never too late. This is best done in the ski course under expert guidance in the ski school.
From the flat golf course over the High altitude trail in Zell am Seeuntil the 3 kilometer lap on Kitzstenhorn Glacier: The offer is as varied as the landscape along the routes. Highlights such as the castle Kaprun or the Zeller See - which are located directly next to the cross-country trails - lend the sporty excursion Sightseeing character, In addition to the courses in Zell am See-Kaprun, cross-country skiers meet in Schüttdorf, Bruck, Piesendorf, Niedernsill and Fürth on opportunities to pursue their favorite sport. In addition, the season in Zell am See-Kaprun takes a long time. By the snow on the glacier we run a lot further than usual in the spring.
Long queues at the lift? Not necessary. Buy expensive ski passes? You do not have to. Ski touring in Kaprun gives you the freedom, away from the busy ski slopes to climb the mountain with skis and with these over natural slopes down the valley. In Kaprun there are both ski tours near the lift for beginners as aalso demanding high tours for the training of professional athletes. So pack your touring skis and experience the quiet magic of winter on a ski tour in The winter in Zell am See-Kaprun reaches from the eternal ice of the 3.000 meter high Kitzsteinhorn to the shores of the frozen Lake Zell. In this dreamlike setting, the whole range of winter sports is at home. In three varied ski areas, the Kitzsteinhorn, the Schmittenhöhe and the Maiskogel, experts and connoisseurs, families and beginners can get going. But also for those who are looking for the snow experience off the slopes, the region offers a variety of winter sports activities: From gentle cross-country skiing, hiking and snowshoeing tours through snowy winter landscapes over fast toboggan runs to ice sports on the natural ice surface of Lake Zell..
Zell am See-Kaprun is considered one of the most attractive ski regions in Austria. Three ski areas with a total of 138 kilometers of pistes offer plenty of variety for skiers and snowboarders: 47 kilometers of easy runs, 59 kilometers of medium-difficulty and 32 kilometers of difficult slopes. 1965 was opened on the Kitzsteinhorn the first glacier ski area in Austria, today it presents itself as a modern ski region with an international audience and guaranteed year-round snow fun.
On the Schmittenhöhe, skiing fun of the highest class is offered. Even the driveway with the world's first design gondolas from Porsche Design is an exclusive pleasure. The seamless network of 26 cable cars and lifts spans up to 2.000 meters and opens up 77 perfectly groomed kilometers of pistes. On the local mountain of Zell am See, which offers a unique panoramic view of thirty 3.000ers, skiers, freeskiers and snowboarders are in their element. Perfect for families are the runs on the Maiskogel in Kaprun. Seven railways and lifts connect around 20 kilometers wide and gentle slopes to 1.730 meters. Kilometers collectors get their money's worth on the downhill run - with seven kilometers the longest slope in the region.