Saalbach Hinterglemm

Saalbach Hinterglemm

About the Resort

As one of Austria’s most popular ski resorts, Saalbach Hinterglemm is known for its lively winter sports and in particular, its huge party scene.  With its pretty and traditional Tyrolean centre, it has a large ski area that’s linked to the neighbouring slopes of Hinterglemm and Leogang. Getting to Saalbach  When you’re

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When you’re looking at Saalbach ski accommodation, you’ll find lots of different places to stay.  It’s mainly made up of hotels and apartments, but you’ll also find a few self-catering chalets here too.  Read More

Saalbach is a resort that’s found at a low altitude.  You will find the slopes quite sunny which could prove difficult towards the season’s end.  For the Saalbach weather, there’s an average of 3.2 snow days per week.  Read More

We like this resort as it has plenty to do both on and off slopes, with lots for non-skiers in Saalbach too.  You’ve got plenty of really nice mountain restaurants and bars to visit and keep you refreshed during a day on the piste.  A great location for both families and party-loving visitors, Saalbach certainly has lots to offer day and night.  Hinterglemm is the place to visit if you’re looking or some more modern accommodation that’s more on the expensive end of the spectrum.  Read More

Saalbach makes for a great destination for families; thanks to its excellent facilities both on the piste and off.  The village has a particularly attractive village square and beautiful onion-domed church to be found in the centre.  Read More

For us, Saalbach is a particularly good choice for intermediate skiers; it has grown to be one of the largest in Austria.  We particularly like the Saalbach lift system as it is now pretty much 100% a mix of fast chairs and gondolas that get you to the slopes.  Read More

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Beginner
Intermediate
Advanced
Snowboarding
Apres-ski
Non-ski
Resort Charm
Shopping
Eating

Ratings

Highlights

+ Huge ski area and incredibly varied terrain

+ Arguably the world’s best lift system

+ Lively resort with a great après ski scene

Things to think about

– Lower slopes can suffer in warm spells and in the spring

– Limited challenges away from the Fieberbrunn sector for experts

– Two towns are spread out and accommodation can be a walk/bus ride away from the lifts

Ski Passes

Adult

€ 58.50

€ 115.00

€ 169.00

€ 215.00

€ 257.00

€ 292.00

ski passes

Child

€ 29.00

€ 57.00

€ 84.50

€ 107.50

€ 128.50

€ 146.00

What's Included

The ski passes are valid for all cable cars and lift systems of the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, Schmitten in Zell am See as well as Kitzsteinhorn and Maiskogel in Kaprun.
All ski passes are handed out on non-contact KeyCards. Deposit: € 2.00.
Children (photo required) born 2016 or younger are transported free of charge if accompanied by an adult and get a ski pass for free.

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Ski Area
270km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

140km
112km
18km
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

2096m
760m
942m
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71

Lifts

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1

Snow

Park

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€292

Ski Pass

6 Days

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19 December ’20
11 April ’21
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Swimming pools and spa

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Tolls

€53.30

Flights

Accommodation

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