Winter holiday in Austria: Skiing and more | © Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus/ Faistauer Photography
winter sports and skiing in Zell am See-Kaprun | © Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus/ Faistauer Photography
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Winter Holidays in Zell am See-Kaprun

ski holiday, fun in the snow & plenty of winter sport 

Your breath comes out as clouds of steam and the sunshine hits the mountain slopes and ski pistes at an angle, signalling wonderful conditions for skiing and snowboarding. Providing top conditions for freeriding, winter & snowshoe hiking, cross-country skiing, tobogganing or extensive ski tours, fresh powder snow is waiting away from the ski pistes.

The boards that mean the world

Ski resorts famous across the world have been developed in the mountains and at the glacier of Zell am See and Kaprun and provide sensational ski holidays, winter sport and skiing pleasure today more than ever. You will look for "secret lines" and "first turns" in pristine powder snow when freeriding. The region's snow parks and fun slopes are the meeting point if you have great tricks and "fat airs" in mind. Red, black and real expert pistes are reserved for everyone with plenty of experience on skis and snowboards. Anyone who still needs practice can experience the first sessions with one of the ski schools and goes out and about with expert ski instructors. You meet up again for après ski and at cosy huts and in bars, and together you conclude that skiing and snowboarding in Zell am See-Kaprun is simply fantastic ...

Not only the ski pistes ...

The region in the Salzburger Land offers plenty of other experiences for you on your winter holiday. Classic or skating style, you take your laps at a dynamic pace across the wonderful network of cross-country ski tracks exploring the cross-country ski tracks around Kaprun, Bruck, Schüttdorf and Zell am See. The night cross-country ski tracks and the high-altitude cross-country ski tracks on the mountains are very special challenges. Skiers who work out their own downhill runs, advancing into areas where no lift and mountain railway can take you, go ski touring. Many great ski tours from easy to challenging and a designated "ski touring mountain" at the Ronachkopf in Thumersbach make it clear from the start: ski touring is hard to beat when it comes to popularity. If you want to advance into the wintry mountains' nature, then you go out and about on snowshoes and in winter hiking boots.