White powder novice, or a black slope veteran? When staying at our Alpine Centre in Austria you’ll be able to find your level with over 200km of ski slopes at the nearby resorts.
Ski classes can be booked at reception or online prior to arrival, please check prices and availability in advance here
We offer a ski shuttle service from Sunday to Friday, to and from the slopes in Zell am See (Areitbahn ski lift).
SKI AREAS AROUND CLC ALPINE CENTRE
Schmittenhöhe in Zell am See
A 10-minute-drive from CLC Alpine Centre, the Schmittenhöhe mountain is a popular focus for exciting winter sports, summer hiking and mountaineering for Zell am See. Rising almost 2000m above sea level, there are incredibly beautiful views from its summit across 30 majestic 3000m peaks and Zell’s crystal clear lake and sweeping valley.
Located on the eastern edge of the Kitzbϋhel Alps, this is a mountain sports paradise with everyone able to take to the slopes, from absolute beginners to ‘snow pros’ ready to tackle its ‘black’ challenges. There’s even an illuminated Nightslope experience. For more info visit www.schmitten.at/en
The Kitzsteinhorn in Kaprun
At an altitude of 3203 metres above sea level and surrounded by Austria’s highest peaks, the magnificent Kitzsteinhorn mountain and glacier are part of the Hohe Tauern National Park, the Alps’ biggest and most beautiful park located in the district of Kaprun.
The glacier ice does not melt, making a visit here dazzling at any time of year, and with snow on the mountain guaranteed from October to early summer, skiers and boarders can indulge their passion all year round. Free guided glacier hiking tours are available to explore the mountain scenery and the views are phenomenal.
Hochkönig – Maria Alm
The highest mountain in the Berchtesgarden Alps, Hochkönig entices skiers of all capabilities to discover the slopes and attracts outdoor holidaying families to its broad spaces and vibrant array of summer and winter activities with plenty of provision for beginners and children.
At 2,943m above sea level, the mountain has a variety of ascents and descents, with forests all around, and wonderful opportunities for skiing, including cross country and off-piste for the advanced skiers while intermediates fare extremely well.
Surrounded by the peaks of the Kitzbϋhel Alps, Saalbach-Hinterglemm is located in the Pinzgau region in the district of Zell am See, in the Saalbach Valley. The journey from CLC Alpine Centre is short, around a 20-minute drive in low traffic, to reach one of Austria’s premier ski resorts.
The villages of Saalbach and Hinterglemm, and the former mining town of Leogang in a neighbouring valley create some 270km of ski runs of striking variety to appeal to all levels of skier, served by a large, modern fleet of 70 lifts and 15 cable cars.
Make travelling a lot easier and rent all your ski and snow equipment in advance. All skis, snowboards and boots are regularly serviced and tuned and are available to rent, as well as extras such as safety helmets and ski poles.
Click here to receive a 15% discount when you book your ski equipment in advance online today!
For more information about latest weather conditions and all the activities and events on the slopes, as well as what’s on around and about the region, click here.
Image credits: © Zell am See-Kaprun Tourismus – http://zellamsee-kaprun.com | Fellowship of the Rich | Leo-setä