Kitzsteinhorn The glacier as a year-round excursion destination
The Kitzsteinhorn is the impressive guardian of the Zell am See-Kaprun region: as a prominent peak in the Hohe Tauern, it shapes the appearance of the region. With the most modern mountain railways, you can safely and comfortably glide uphill to over 3,000 metres above sea level to enjoy a unique view of the sea of peaks from the "Top of Salzburg" panorama platform. Once you have reached the top, you are at the highest point in SalzburgerLand that is accessible for everyone.
10 x holiday on the Kitzsteinhorn
- Panorama platform "Top of Salzburg“
- Gipfelwelt 3000 with National Park Gallery
- Long ski season from autumn to early summer
- 100 % snow-reliable and best piste conditions
- Glacier ski resort with diverse pistes
- Designated freeride routes
- Cleary marked hiking routes
- Three mountain bike freeride trails
- Quaint huts and various mountain restaurants
- Guided tours with National Park rangers
Summer and winter on the Kitzsteinhorn
And that's not all: from October to early summer, the glacier ski resort offers 100 percent snow-reliability and perfect piste conditions. In addition to the extra-long ski season starting in autumn, there are also numerous attractions in summer: Explore the Kitzsteinhorn and the Maiskogel below while hiking, cool down in the Ice Arena in high summer and go on a discovery tour with the experienced National Park rangers!
Your excursion destination
The name says it all when it comes to the "Top of Salzburg" viewing platform: Salzburg's highest-situated panorama platform is part of the Gipfelwelt 3000 on the Kitzsteinhorn glacier, and is an absolute highlight of your holiday in Zell am See-Kaprun. In addition to the impressive view, the National Park Gallery inside the mountain awaits you on the Kitzsteinhorn: A National Park ranger guides you through the 360-metre-long gallery and takes you on an exciting journey into this natural landscape. Then you can look forward to views of pristine wilderness. In fair weather, you can even see Austria's highest mountain, the Grossglockner, in the distance!