Ski Area Zell am See – Kaprun – 138 km of Slopes Waiting For You
The vast area with Schmittenhöhe and Kaprun with its perfect skiing area is perfect for both beginners and experts alike. The diverse slopes of Zell am See start from either Zell am See, Schüttdorf or from the bottom of Schmitten.
In addition to being a perfect fit for the most skillful professional skiers and snowboarders, the vast Zell am See-Kaprun skiing area is also an excellent place for newbies and novices to begin horning their skills. Get the best skiing enjoyment at both the Kitzsteinhorn and the Schmittenhöhe, which give you access to a variety of ski slopes across extensive snowy mountain landscapes. Skiing families are most at home with the diverse ski slopes of the Schmitten and Maiskogel.
Get to Adventure into Salzburg Province’s Winter Wonderland
In Zell am See-Kaprun, the skiing season runs between early autumn and early summer. In fact, it is possible for you to go skiing and snowboarding on the Kitzsteinhorn glacier’s snow-covered slopes for up to ten months every year. Get the most up-to-date information about these and other skiing spots from our latest snow report!
Skiing & Snowboarding on Three Multi-Faceted Mountains
While the Schmittenhöhe’s 77 kilometers and the Kitzsteinhorn’s 41 kilometers offer magnificent ski slopes for your winter adventure and exploration, the extra 20km of ski slopes on the Maiskogel family mountain make the experience even more fabulous for you. As skillful skiers and snowboarders enjoy the spectacular descents offered by Schmittenhöhe and Kitzsteinhorn’s steep slopes, the needs of beginners and little guests are also taken care of. There is a great deal of easy slopes at both the Maiskogel and the Schmittenhöhe, which are specifically tailor-made for them. Freeriders and freestylers are also welcome to try their thing at Zell am See-Kaprun, with the Kitzsteinhorn being particularly popular with their thrill-seeking snow adventures. For all levels, the provision of off-piste tracks, powder and access to a huge fun park is also guaranteed in this vast skiing area.
Transportation across the mountains is also swift, with the ski shuttle even offering free services for those with a ski pass. If you have not yet become a seasoned skier, then you need to visit one of the many ski schools found in Zell am See-Kaprun. There is a supply of adequate skiing equipment for all at the ski rental.
Parks & pipes: With the parks and pipes at the Zell am See-Kaprun skiing area, expect your adrenaline to kick galore here!
Apres ski: When off the Zell am See-Kaprun ski slopes, have a taste of the excellent culinary art, as well as the apres ski entertainment, that the rustic ski huts here offer!
Skimap: Our interactive piste map offers you an overview of the pistes and cable cars before you can even start your adventure!
There is even an Ice-Camp at the Kitzsteinhorn!
Zell am See-Kaprun: Extensive Skiing/Snowboarding Area with Diverse Fringe Events
While at Zell am See-Kaprun, your skiing vacation automatically becomes a memorable pleasure outing. The unique winter sporting opportunities at Zell am See-Kaprun are made an even better experience with the local culinary art varieties and the apres ski events available. From the Kitzsteinhorn’s Ice-Camp to the awe-inspiring igloo complex designed particularly for party events and the “Gipfelwelt 3000”, Zell am See-Kaprun is the place to be! In fact, the “Gipfelwelt 3000” is popular for, among other factors, being Salzburg province’s highest panorama platform.
Ski even After Sunset! – Zell am See Night Slope
The new Schmitten Night Slope adds the icing to your skiing enjoyment cake by allowing you to enjoy your skiing on up to three evenings per week, with a panoramic view high above the Zell am See!
Discover even more by visiting Zell am See-Kaprun!
Check out the ski area below:
The whole Zell am See – Kaprun area has 138km of slopes on which you can enjoy yourself. The 77km of Schmittenhöhe offers something for every skier, from beginner to the more thrill seeking experts. On powder days you can find some fresh lines, but you have to know where to look. Ask one of our instructors and if you are in luck, they might show you a hidden spot or two.
Here are some good slopes for the beginner skiers to start of:
- Schüttdorf (Schmidolins Zauberteppich) nice beginners slope next to Areitbahn 1 with a carpet lift for easy access
- Glockerbahn (On top of Areitbahn 1) – PERFECT Slope for beginners who are already stopping and doing basic turns
For advanced trill seeking skiing you might want to try out:
- TrassXpress (number 14,13)
- CityXpress (number 11)
If you want to step up you game, you can also head over to Kitzsteinhorn glacier and do some freeride on a good day!
There is also a black piste called the “Black Mamba” if you think you are ready!