With 130 kilometers of combined piste and 53 lifts, Zell am See is at the center of the Europa Sport Region. The highest point in Zell am See is Schmittenhöhe, which is located 2000 meters high and is known for its 360 panoramic views. If you are seeking a ski challenge, you’re in the right place. A short 10 minute bus ride away is the glacier Kitzsteinhorn, which offers world-class freeride. Here you will discover an off-piste landscape that is often covered in powder. If you’re in the mood to bust some tricks, Kitzsteinhornwo offers two fun parks to choose from, one with world’s longest superpipe.
The town of Zell am See is situated 750 meters high, overlooking a breathtaking lake. The city is home to many local favorites, including Schnapp’s Hans Ice Bar and Villa Crazy Daisy. With over 45 bars, restaurants and nightclubs to choose from, Zell am See offers a good mix of options. There are also many off-the-slopes activities waiting for you, including the alpine roller coaster, toboggan racing or get lost in “Ice Camp”. It’s all yours for the taking.