Skifahrer im Skigebiet Saalbach
Spacious family ski resorts, small mountain villages and high-alpine glacier ranges – the Salzburger Land region is a paradise for winter sports athletes, offering perfect opportunities for leisure skiers as well as pros. No matter if you’re a beginner, advanced rider or professional – the region offers something for every taste and skill level.
Glacier feeling on Kaprun’s Kitzsteinhorn
Salzburg’s famous glacier, the Kitzsteinhorn, offers extraordinary skiing experiences from autumn until early summer. Enjoy 41 kilometres of perfectly groomed high-alpine slopes as well as 19 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts taking you up to 3,029 metres.
The Gipfelwelt 3000 offers numerous attractions to visitors, among them the National Park Gallery .
You need a break from skiing? There are plenty of sunbeds on the sun terrace of the Ice Camp presented by Audi! The Alpin Centre and other mountain restaurants are the perfect place to fuel up with some delicious local treats.
Did you know? With its up to three areas, Kitzsteinhorn Snow Park is one of the biggest of its kind in Salzburg.
The new modern 3K Connection: From the center of Kaprun directly to the glacier Kitzsteinhorn.
Only a stone’s throw from the Kitzsteinhorn, the Schmitten with its 77 kilometres of slopes is a great choice for families. The landmark mountain of the Pinzgau region offers something for all tastes and skill levels.
Have you heard of the Trass descent? Located on the Schmitten, it is the longest black run of the entire Salzburger Land region. With its 70 % gradient, the thrilling ski run starting from the summit of the Schmitten is not for the faint of heart!
The Schmitten Funslope isn’t called an XXL slope for no reason. After all, its length of 1,300 metres makes it the longest in the world!
If you’re hungry after an exciting day on the slopes, more than 20 cosy mountain huts and bars are perfect places to recharge your batteries.
What’s more, the Schmitten is only a stone’s throw from the AlpenParks Chalet & Apartment AreitXpress. Three other facilities in Zell am See-Kaprun are also only a short distance from the ski resort.
The region of Zell am See-Kaprun boasts numerous ski schools. For instance, Zell am See Ski School offers various lessons to polish your technique, with individual courses for children, teenagers and adults taking place up on the Schmitten.
There are also great group lessons, private lessons, guided tours and more on the Kitzsteinhorn – all of them including state-of-the-art rental equipment.
With 120 kilometres of perfectly groomed slopes, the ski region of Maria Alm – Dienten – Mühlbach is a paradise for all snow lovers. In addition to numerous red and blue slopes, the resort also offers 19 kilometres of black runs as well as a snow park.
The highlight of the ski resort? The Königstour (“King’s Tour”) with 6,700 metres altitude difference, 32 kilometres of slopes and five summits in one day! The wooden king’s thrones along the way are the perfect spots to take a break and snap a picture. Kick back, relax and enjoy the stunning views!
The “Dorfjet Natrun” mountain station is only a short walk from the spacious holiday apartments and AlpenParks Hotel Maria Alm, making it unnecessary to use the region’s ski bus.
Ski schools and ski rental in Maria Alm
- Edelweiss Maria Alm Ski School: courses for all skill levels
- Maria Alm Ski School: group and private lessons for skiers and snowboarders
- Maria Alm Alpine Ski School: the No. 1 choice for freeriders
Gastein offers high-alpine skiing pleasure in four different resorts:
- Graukogel: for ski mountaineers
- Sportgastein: the freerider’s paradise
- Schlossalm-Angertal-Stubnerkogel: family ski resort with snow park
- Dorfgastein: perfect for all leisure skiers
A total of 192 kilometres of slopes offer something for all tastes and skill levels.
The modern AlpenParks Residence is located at the centre of the health resort of Bad Hofgastein, only a short distance from Bad Hofgastein Ski School.
Sometimes, size does matter. At least when it comes to Skicirkus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn – the “Home of Lässig”. It boasts a whopping 270 kilometres of slopes throughout the entire Salzburger Land region and all the way to Tyrol as well as 70 state-of-the-art cable cars and lifts. With its many events and après-ski locations, the resort is particularly popular with young and young-at-heart skiers. After all, the more than 60 mountain huts offer something for every taste. The AlpenParks Hotel & Apartment Sonnleiten is located directly at the ski slope in Saalbach.
- Snow Space Salzburg: best of mountains
- Obertauern: 1752 metres above everyday life
- Altenmarkt-Radstadt: small but lovely
The AlpenParks team wishes you a wonderful ski-holiday in Austria!