Winter holiday in Salzburgerland
Tobogganing, Cross Country Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Ski Touring and Nordic Walking in Zell am See-Kaprun.
In winter Zell am See-Kaprun turns into a sparkling white winter wonderland - there's no better way to explore the enchanting landscape than while pursuing winter sports.
In Zell am See-Kaprun winter sports are a unique experience
Have you ever tried snow shoeing? It can be exhausting but beautiful in the middle of the mountains! If you don't feel like exploring the mountain world alone, you can choose to join one of the guided snow shoe and winter hiking tours at the Schmitten or at our Ski Schools. Regardless whether you opt for a short or long tour, there certainly is a lot to see.
Nordic Walking in wintry Zell am See-Kaprun
Nordic Walking is also a popular sport in winter. In Zell am See-Kaprun you will find numerous trails that are perfectly suited for Nordic Walking tours. The soothing full-body training in the midst of the picturesque mountain landscape of Zell am See is truly a delight.
As far as the eye can see, cross-country trails of a total of 40 kilometres in length wind their way all through Zell am See-Kaprun and into the neighbouring regions.
Ice skating and ice hockey in Zell am See-Kaprun
Zell am See-Kaprun: tobogganing for young and old
Tobogganing is always fun, regardless if enjoyed with the whole family during the day or as a couple under moonlight. There are numerous tobogganing tracks between the Kitzsteinhorn and Schmittenhöhe. Try the well lit toboggan run from "Köhlergrabe" through "Schmittental"! A special bus will get you there. At the Jausenstation Guggenbichl you can enjoy a 2km toboggan run as late as 11PM in the evening!
Don't miss to take a ride with the "Wintermärchen" Train. Starting in Zell am See the train will take you to the iced Krimmler waterfalls!
Download our winter hiking map. You can download the complete Cross Country and winter walking map here.
Ski Touring in Zell am See-Kaprun
We've got brand new ski touring routes high up at the glacier Kitzsteinhorn which ensure enough snow even in autumn. They are called the „Eisbrecher“ (Icebreaker) and the „Schneekönigin“ (Snow Queen) which run down beside the pistes.
The „Schneekönigin“ runs from the Langwiedboden to the Alpincenter, negotiating 474 altitude metres. The „Eisbrecher“ also starts at the Langwiedboden but runs past the Alpincenter to the top station of the Maurer lift at 2.875 metres – with 899 altitude metres. All endurance athletes treasure training at these high altitudes where the „thin“ air has less oxygen.
Apart from the Ski touring slopes on the Kitzsteinhorn we opend the Ronachkopf in Thumersbach for enthusiasts. The tour is leading through a wonderful landscape and relatively easy with 500m of altitude difference and a length of 2.500m. You'll love the view at the Schmitten, the Hohe Tauern and Zell am See.
Are you interested in a different angle on the winter season and open for trying new sports? Then visit the Zell am See-Kaprun holiday region. Contact the tourism board for more information today.