Lower Slopes: 5cm
Upper Slopes: 37cm

Zell am See, Europa Sport Region , Austria

Zell am See skiing

Set by a lake, Zell am See and its bus-linked neighbour Kaprun make up the 'Europa Sport' region, with a total of 130km of runs, 80 of which are at Zell. The setting is one of Zell's biggest selling points, with lovely views of the lake from the medieval town and the slopes above. The ski area is actually quite small with short runs, mainly ...

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Our Opinion

Charming lakeside town with a bustling centre. All ski levels catered for. Glacier skiing in nearby Kaprun.

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Best Deals in Zell am See

16 Dec
£292 (£314 off)
23 Dec
£819
30 Dec
£463 (£495 off)
06 Jan
£539
13 Jan
£525
20 Jan
£585 (£40 off)

Skiing & Boarding

Beginners
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Intermediate
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Advanced
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Snowboarding
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Off-Piste

Lifts & Slopes

Highest lift:
2000m (6562 Feet)
Lowest lift:
755m (2477 Feet)
No of lifts:
28
No of slopes:
29
Total piste length:
77km
Longest run:
4km
Snow parks:
1
Snow cannons:
N/A
Glacier:
Kitzsteinhorn Glacier
Off piste:
No
Cross country:
58km

Local Lift Pass Info

Highest adult pass 1 day:
€ 46.00
Highest adult pass 6 days:
€ 225.00
Highest child pass 1 day:
€ 23.00
Highest child pass 6 days:
€ 112.00

Liftpass Database and compilation ©
Snow24 plc 2010-11

Resort Attributes

  • Family friendly
  • Good mountain restaurants
  • Good for eating out
  • Good for non-skiers
  • Lively and Young
  • Scenic
  • Good for snow parks
  • Good ski schools
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Transfer info

  • Innsbruck - 2h10
  • Salzburg - Coach - 2 hrs

All times are approximate