The region's coolest attraction
The Kitzsteinhorn Glacier offers visitors a unique alpine experience that is sure to leave them with memories for a lifetime. Salzburg's highest ski resort and only glacier ski resort is 100% snowsure all year, making it a paradise for wintersports enthusiasts. Don't miss out on this opportunity to explore the fascinating glacier world high above Zell am See - Kaprun.
- 100% snowsure
- 5 official freeride routes
- Info base at the Alpincenter
- Info points at the start of each route
- Avalanche beacon training area
- Snowpark by the Sonnenkarbahn II cable car
- Easy Park & Central Park
- "Eagle Line" funslope
The Top of Salzburg viewing platform at 3,029 metres above sea level is located next to the top of the highest cable car in the Salzburg province. It is just a stone's throw from the "Nationalpark Gallery", Austria's highest cinema and mountain restaurant.
The new Gletscherjet 3 & 4 cable cars make the ride up to over 3,000 metres an experience in itself: 60 metres above the ground, those with a head for heights and a strong stomach can enjoy stunning views of the ski resort and the mountains of the Hohe Tauern National Park.
Ready to ride?
The snowpark in the Kitzsteinhorn ski resort is one of the largest of its kind anywhere in the Alps and has received a number of awards. The Easy Park is ideal for beginners, while experienced freestylers will feel at home in the Central Park.
Highlights include Austria's largest superpipe, 160m long and 6.60m high, where expert skiers and boarders gather to dial in their tricks. Zell am See-Kaprun also hosts major international events such as the Austrian Freeski Open.
The Kitzsteinhorn resort has plenty to offer freeriders and backcountry adventurers – after all, it is known throughout Austria and beyond as one of the most popular freeride areas in the Alps. Its high altitude makes it 100% snowsure throughout the season, while the Freeride Info Base and info points at the start of the freeride routes provide important information about assessing the avalanche risk and staying safe in the backcountry.
- Five freeride routes close to the lifts
- Freeride information system next to the Alpincenter
- Freeride info points at the start of the routes
- Avalanche beacon training area – free to use
- Freeride Monday – technique and safety tips from the pros