SKI ZELL AM SEE, AUSTRIA
The ski holiday resort of Zell am See is part of the Zell am See - Kaprun region that takes in glacier skiing, a local beginners hill, the Maiskogel at Kaprun as well as the varied ski terrain of the Zell am See below Schmittenhohe. All this skiing takes place above one of the most famous ski holiday resorts in Austria, the lake side ski resort of Zell am See. Zell am See is well equipped, has superb transport links and has a wonderful setting with views onto Lake Zeller as well as the local glaciers.
ZELL AM SEE, AUSTRIA
Resort 757m | Top Lift 3029m | Lifts 55
Diverse skiing in a superb setting, Zell am See also boasts a scenic and well equipped ski holiday resort.
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ZELL AM SEE, AUSTRIA SKI & SNOWBOARD HOLIDAYS
The skiing and snowboarding in the Zell am See - Kaprun ski region is diverse and has a good deal going for it. The combined Zell am See - Kaprun ski region reaches to over 3000m on the Kitzsteinhorn Glacier where snow is guaranteed and the wide and gentle slopes are ideal for intermediates skiers and snowboarders. Heading back toward Zell am See is the Maiskogel ski area that is located above Kaprun and is an ideal beginner and family ski area. The tree lined ski pistes are nearly all gentle on the Maiskogel. Then above Zell am See itself is the Schmittenhohe ski area that is lift linked from Zell am See and has ski pistes running back into the ski holiday resort. The Schmittenhohe ski area at Zell am See is probably the most diverse ski area in the Zell am See - Kaprun region with steep blacks, a good number of reds and some gentle blue ski pistes from the Schmittenhohe. The views from the Schmittenhohe / Zell am See ski area are sensational with glaciers all over the horizon and Lake Zeller down in the valley.
ZELL AM SEE NEWS
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- February 7, 2011
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- January 29, 2011
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- January 10, 2011
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- December 10, 2010
Salzburg forecast over one metre of snow this weekend
- November 4, 2009
Heavy snow in the mountains around Innsbruck and towards Salzburg