Biggest & best skiing south of Salzburg.


Offering skiing on all sides of the village the best steep skiing in the Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski region, Hinterglemm is part of the best ski area in the Salzburgerland region. A recent lift link to Fieberbrunn has only improved this fantastic ski region.

Hinterglemm has a range of quality hotels, offers great après ski at the base station and in the resort centre and offers several activities for corporate and group ski events.


Facts & figures

  • Resort: 1003 m
  • Top lift: 2100 m
  • Lifts: 54
  • Season: Dec - Apr
  • Inhabitants: 2900

Airport transfers

  • Salzburg | 52 miles
  • Innsbruck | 98 miles
  • Munich | 142 miles


  • Après ski
  • Ice driving
  • Tobogganing


  • Linked ski region
  • FIS race course
  • Off-piste skiing


The Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski region is a superb intermediate ski area. The northern section of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski region, all the way down to Saalbach and onto Leogang offers plenty of easy, tree-lined skiing and snowboarding. On the southern side of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski region, especially in the Hinterglemm sector, the skiing can be far steeper and more challenging and is good for better intermediate skiers and snowboarders. The ski pistes and ski routes down from the Zwölferkogel peak are steep and challenging, whilst the pistes from the Schattberg back into Saalbach are also pretty demanding.

The new link into Fieberbrunn has opened up this fantastic off-piste ski area to those staying in Hinterglemm. Much of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski region though is ideal for intermediates, especially those who like to take numerous breaks – mountain huts are everywhere in the Saalbach-Hinterglemm ski region.




Celebrate with food & drink in a mountain hut before a ride down tree-lined forest trails to the valley.

ice driving

Ice driving

Under professional guidance, learn how to get the most out of a high-performance German car, on sheet ice.

apres ski hinterglemm

Après ski

The base station at Hinterglemm is rocking in early evening several venues offering Euro-pop and brimming glasses.


Hinterglemm is compact and low-rise with much of the accommodation close to the centre and one of the many ski lifts that leave the village. There are ski pistes back to the resort on both sides of the valley. There is a river running through the village and Hinterglemm has real alpine resort feel to it.

There are several large hotels as well as plenty of bars, restaurants and cafés. The resorts of Saalbach & Hinterglemm have their centres some 4km apart but the resorts almost merge in one long conurbation.


On the mountain in Hinterglemm it is possible to drink in a room full of goats. Located on the lower slopes of the Hinterglemm ski area, the Goaßstall offers après ski from the bizarre side with après skiers sharing their world with stuffed and bleating goats.

On the other side of the valley at the main lift station there is a modern restaurant and après ski venue, the Schwarzacher. Inside and outside crowds gather to celebrate the end of a ski day under the peaks above Hinterglemm. The centre of Hinterglemm has a number of ski bars that can run until later in the night.


At the entrance to the valley, the town of Saalfelden has a congress centre with meeting spaces of varying sizes, offering professional support services. Hinterglemm itself has a number of large hotels with capacity to host meetings and seminars.

For those looking for a less formal meeting venue then there are options on the mountains in some of the huts. There are a number of activities on offer in Hinterglemm that can be incorporated into a group ski or corporate event, including ice driving, tandem paragliding and tobogganing amongst other things.

Organise your group or corporate ski event with us.
Email or call us on +44 (0) 20 8123 7817.

Provide a little information as to your trip / event needs and we can begin to develop some initial ideas for you.

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