Ski Resort Zell am See
Closest railway station: Zell am See, 0 km
Direct bus from railway station
Direct shuttle from railway station
Details about ski resortAll ski slopes: 77 km
Longest slope: 7 km
Crosscountry slopes: 20 km
Blue: 25 km
Red: 27 km
Black: 25 km
Zell Am See, Austria, is a town that is dominated by a large lake, Lake Zell. Towering over the town where the skiing takes place is the magnificent Schmittenhöhe which stands over 2000 metres high. There are plenty of lifts and cable cars ready to take you up for a day's skiing and buses are ready to ferry you from your Zell am See hotels to the lifts.
Snowboarders, Zell am See has to be one of the best destinations in Austria for snowboarders & freestylers due to the awesome fun park situated at the top of the glacier.Snow-boarders and freeskiers will love the "Snowpark Kitzsteinhorn" at an altitude of 2,900m. It offers sufficient room to try all sorts of new moves. The 160m long and more than 6m high half pipe rounds off the offering. The fun park on the Schmittenhöhe boasts countless exciting obstacles and corners for snow-boarders and freeskiers to test their skills.
If you are looking for Zell am See hotels, then there are plenty to choose from. Zell am See hotels cover a wide range of accommodation, from 3 star right up to five star. Other accommodation apart from all the Zell am See hotels See includes inns, guest houses, bed and breakfast, apartments and cosy cottages.
Apres Ski & Nightlife
Restaurants in Zell am See included traditional local and international cuisine, the restaurants in Zell am See will fulfil all culinary desires. You have more than 100 restaurants to choose from, both in the city centre and on the surrounding mountains.
In winter you can go on an apres ski expedition to explore the best party venues. Up on the mountain or down in the valley - there's parties everywhere in Zell am See-Kaprun. Party animals can enjoy themselves into the early hours. Alpine huts, inns and ski huts transform into party hot spots every night.