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At a glance
Ski Holidays to Zell am See-Kaprun, Austria
“Great variety, lively, superb all-rounder”
The neighbouring resorts of Zell am See and Kaprun offer a combined 140 kilometres of piste and, with the link to the Ski Circus Saalbach (December 2019), the ‘Ski Alpin Card’ offers over 400 kilometres of piste. Beginners, intermediates and families are particularly well-catered for and there is guaranteed snow on the Kitzsteinhorn glacier (3,029 metres). A free and efficient ski bus network connects Zell am See and Kaprun.
Zell am See enjoys a stunning lakeside setting and a picturesque, traffic-free, cobbled resort centre with a great selection of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. Kaprun is less than 10 kilometres from Zell am See, slightly smaller than its lakeside neighbour and offers skiing from the resort and on the glacier. There is lively après-ski and nightlife in both resorts.
On the Mountain
Zell am See offers excellent, varied terrain with sensational views over the glistening expanse of Lake Zell and across to the Hohe Tauern National Park including Austria’s highest mountain, Grossglockner (3,798 m) and is lift connected with Saalbach-Hinterglemm (Ski Alpin Card, 408 kilometres of piste).
Zell am See’s local mountain, the Schmittenhohe, has extensive snow-making on all runs, some charming, rustic mountain huts and snow parks. The City Xpress from the resort centre, the Areitbahn and Schmittenhohebahn all offer modern, efficient access to the skiing and the ZellamSeeXpress lift connects to Saalbach via Viehofen (short hop on the ski bus to the Schonleitenbahn).
In Kaprun, the ambitious K-onnection Lift now allows lift access directly from the resort centre to the snow-sure Kitzsteinhorn ski area via the local Maiskogel mountain. With a top station of 3,029 metres, freeride and ski touring routes, dedicated family areas and snow parks, Kaprun really does have something for everyone.
Off the Mountain
Après-ski is lively in Zell am See with popular spots including the City Xpress Umbrella Bar, Castle Bar near the Hotel Neue Post and the legendary Villa Crazy Daisy. The picturesque, traffic-free centre is also perfect for a leisurely stroll with plenty of shops to explore and a wide choice of restaurants, bars and clubs on offer.
In Kaprun, the Pavillon bar attracts the crowds after skiing and a clutch of bars at the other end of the high street – Kitsch & Bitter, Rotor Bar & Lounge - offer late night entertainment in Kaprun.
Other activities include tobogganing, winter walks, ice skating, night skiing and the vast Spa & Wellness centre at Tauern Spa Kaprun.Please note that we do not have local Resort Managers in Zell am See-Kaprun. Our guests enjoy the remote services (24/7 mobile) of our Resort Managers who are based in the Kitzbüheler Alps region
Insider Guide :: Resort Highlights
- Drive a Porsche. Well, at least ride in one – The TrassXpress Lift, Zell am See - designed by Porsche
- Sample a Gin from one of over 400 at The Gin House, Zell am See
- Challenge yourself on Kitzsteinhorn’s steepest run, the ‘Black Mamba’ (63%)
- Stay at the Boutique 4* Hotel Heitzmann and enjoy its rather cool and exclusive roof-top bar
- Head over to Saalbach via the ZellamSeeXpress to explore an extra 270 kilometres of piste!
- Explore the ‘Summit World’ Gipfelwelt 3000 at the very top of the Kitzsteinhorn, Kaprun
- Play James Bond for the night at Zell am See’s Casino
- Relax and recharge at the Tauern Spa Kaprun