Snow report Zell am See
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Ski holidays in Zell am See
Zell am See has been part of the Sportregion together with Kaprun since 1966. Winter sports in this area offer something for everyone. In both Zell am See and Kaprun the apres-ski options are very extensive. The glacier makes that you can still ski here in the heart of summer. Cross country skiers also love this area with 200 kilometers to cross. As a part of the village is free of cars, you can walk around the village deliciously. For the advanced skier or snowboarder, there are certainly enough challenging slopes.
Slope information Zell am See-Kaprun - Zell am See
With more than 130 kilometers of slopes and even 200 kilometers of trails, there is enough to do for everyone in Zell am See-Kaprun. The experienced ski cracks who are looking for a challenging descent on the Schmittenhöhe can choose from no less than 25 runs. If you have a ski pass for the whole area, you can make free use of the ski-bus from Kaprun to Zell am See.
Apres ski in Zell am See
With 49 bars and discotheques, Zell am See offers everything for a great apres-ski. There are also regular live performances.
Snowboarding in Zell am See
For a long time the Zell am See-Kaprun has been a snowboard Mecca whit 1 halfpipe, 2 funparks and 5 quarterpipes! All very easy to reach with the ski lifts. If you're a freedrider you'll enjoy the Magnetköpfl' or the 'Langwied' run.
Skischools and ski hire in Zell am See
In Zell am See there are six ski schools: - Alpine Guide Hager (alpin-guide.com), Outdo (outdoadventures.com), Ski Safari - Skiguiding (skisafari.at), Ski - Snowboardschule in Zell am See (ski-zellamsee.at), Snowboard Academy (fot.at), Sports Alpin Zell am See, (sport-alpin.at).