About the Resort
As one of the most popular resorts in Austria, the beautiful Zell am See has so much to offer visitors all year round. With stacks of activities and something for all ages, this lakeside resort is found right by the Hohe Tauern National Park. So here we tell you more about Zell
With stunning views of the mountains across the lake from most places, most of the Zell Am See piste map is more suited to beginners and intermediate. Read More…
When you’re looking at Zell Am See ski accommodation, you’ll find a good mix of apartments and hotels to choose from. Most of the Zell Am See hotels are 3- and 4-star. Read More…
For Zell Am See weather, you can expect around 3 days of snow per week, with an average of 17.4cm of snow on a weekly basis. Read More…
When you’re thinking about après-ski, you’ve got lots of Zell Am See restaurants and bars to try. Most of the food is Austrian, so quite plain, but you will find that food is of a good standard. Read More…
+Excellent Glacier skiing nearby
+Picturesque Village with fantastic views over the lake
Things to think about
-Sunny low altitude ski slopes
-Buses can get crowded
Valid for all Cable cars and lifts in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, The Schmittenhohe in Zell am See and the Kitzsteinhorn in Kaprun.
Multi-day lift tickets are valid on consecutive days only and an interruption is not possible.
Day tickets and ski passes are already valid on the previous day from 3:00 pm.
Nightslope is included in the valid ski passes!
Children: born 2015 or younger are free of charge if accompanied by an adult
Children’s rate: born 2005 – 2014
Ski passes are issued on KeyCards (reusable no-touch data cards).
Deposit € 2.00 per card. Reimbursed at all ticket windows upon return of undamaged card.
Heated Outdoor Pool
1144km 11hr 19min
Travel from Calais
Salzburg Airport | 76.1km | 1hr 15min