THE MOST HOLIDAY HOmES IN Kaprun and Zell am See
The versatile skiing area of Zell am See - Kaprun is situated at an altitude of 760 to 3,029 metres and is one of the most famous skiing areas in Austria. It is an ideal ski area as it offers a very wide range of slopes, ski lifts and activities.▼Read more
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Pistes (total 138 km)
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Well-known ski villages of Zell am See - Kaprun
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Zell am See and Kaprun are the two best known villages in the Zell am See - Kaprun ski area. Other villages that belong to Zell am See Kaprun are Schüttdorf, Bruck, Maishofen and Piesendorf.
Zell am See is an authentic town with a cosy, car-free centre. Here you will find several terraces, some overlooking the lake, and a selection of restaurants, cafés and discos.
Kaprun also has a great selection of après-ski, is normally a mountain village with a quiet and cosy atmosphere, known for its spa and wellness offers.
The Zell am See - Kaprun ski area offers a wide range of slopes for winter sports enthusiasts of all levels. In total, there are over 140 kilometres of pistes here, ranging from easy, wide slopes for beginners to difficult, steep slopes for experienced skiers. The ski area has a modern and efficient lift infrastructure that gets skiers to the slopes quickly and comfortably. There are a large number of chairlifts, gondola lifts and drag lifts that make skiing enjoyable and stress-free.
The ski area consists of the Schmittenhöhe and Kitzsteinhorn/Maiskogel mountains. The Schmittenhöhe is more suitable for beginners and families as it offers easy slopes and many children's facilities.
On the Maiskogel in Kaprun there is a smaller ski area with slopes for beginners and children. However, the slopes here are well prepared and offer a safe environment. Here you will also find a toboggan run, which is illuminated in winter.
The 3K K-onnection connects the Maiskogel with the Kitzsteinhorn.
The Kitzsteinhorn is the highest glacier, at an altitude of 3,203 metres. Here you can ski and snowboard wonderfully, with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains! As it has many difficult pistes and deep snow slopes, it is more suitable for experienced skiers and snowboarders.
In the Zell am See - Kaprun ski area there is of course also a fun park, the "Kitzsteinhorn Snowpark". The snowpark offers a variety of attractions for snowboarders and freeskiers, including kickers, rails and boxes. Here you can practice your tricks and improve your skills. The snowpark is well equipped and offers a safe environment for all levels, from beginners to advanced riders.
There are also great opportunities for cross-country skiing here. You will find over 100 kilometres of cross-country trails through the beautiful winter landscape.
Après-ski: After a hard day on the slopes, you can have a great time après-skiing in the Zell am See - Kaprun ski area. There are many bars, for example Pavillon, Dancing Queen, Baumbar and Hillberger's Beisl, which provide a lively atmosphere and good vibes.
For those who want to experience more besides skiing, there are many other options in the Zell am See - Kaprun ski area. For example, you can go tobogganing, curling, winter hiking or enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride.
Zell am See and Kaprun also offer many opportunities to explore and enjoy the surroundings in summer. Here are some of the most popular activities:
Hiking: The alpine region here offers an incredibly beautiful hiking area. There are numerous hiking routes for every level of difficulty that lead through picturesque landscapes and offer breathtaking views. The "Schmittenhöhe Hike", for example, is beautiful. This hike takes you to the summit of the Schmittenhöhe. The hike starts in the centre of Zell am See and takes you along a well-marked path through the alpine landscape. The climb to the summit is not too demanding and offers a good opportunity to experience the nature and landscape of the Zell am See Kaprun area.
Water sports: Lake Zell is a popular place for water sports activities such as swimming, sailing, surfing and stand-up paddling.
Mountaineering: For adventurers, there are many opportunities for mountaineering and climbing in the area around Zell am See Kaprun.
Excursions and sights
Salzburg is one of the most beautiful cities in Austria and an unforgettable destination. It is famous for its historic buildings, the well-preserved baroque buildings and the beautiful old town.
Museums: Salzburg, just an hour away, has a variety of museums, including the Salzburg Museum of Modern Art and the Salzburg Mozarteum.
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