Rooms Available - 1 room-type in Kaprun Guesthouses from Gatwick on 17th of January
|Room Description: Private Shower & WC|
Rooms Still Available: 10
|Max Occupancy:||2||Max Adults||2|
|No. of cots on Max Occ’||Minimum Occupancy||2|
|Minimum Adults||2||Adult Price min-occ’
|Adult Price 2-share||£534
||Adult Price 3-share|
|Adult Price 4-share||
||Adult Price max-occ’||£534|
|1st Child Price||£534||2nd Child Price
|3rd Child Price||Free Child
Resort - about ski holidays in Kaprun Austria
A rustic resort nestled at the bottom of Austria’s most established skiable glacier, Kaprun offers the traditional effortlessly balanced with the state of the art. From fairy-tale castles to mountain top dining and Austria’s largest superpipe, snow lovers of all ages and stages can enjoy a ‘once in a lifetime’ experience here.
At a glance:
•Austria’s oldest skiable glacier •Austria’s biggest superpipe •Early summer skiing
•Families •Late Season •Non-skiers •Groups
What kind of ski resort is Kaprun in Austria?
Located in Salzburg, Kaprun is perhaps best known for being the home of the magnificent Kitzsteinhorn glacier and was the first Austrian resort to partake in glacier skiing way back in the 60’s.
As with many other Austrian resorts, organic growth over time has meant much of the town’s architecture still presents a quaint throwback to days gone by - those wishing for the fairy-tale holiday setting may very well find their wishes come true in the shadow of the regal 12th century Castle, or amongst the delight...
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What’s the skiing & snowboarding like in Kaprun?
Kaprun’s pistes are split fairly evenly in terms of ability level, with the majority being classed as suitable for intermediate skiers. Don’t let this scare you off or lull you into a false sense of security though, as newbies and adrenaline junkies are fantastically catered for too.
Of particular appeal to families and those with limited experience is Maiskogel- known ...
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Is there lively après ski and nightlife?
Despite the relatively modest size of the resort, there are still almost 50 different bars and restaurants to choose between. The evening’s festivities can kick off before you’ve even left the slopes; the Häuslalm’s famous terrace bar is the perfect location to start your après and indulge in some traditional Austrian fare whilst looking down onto the village below.
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Snow and skiing conditions
|Kaprun snow report||Top: 70cm - Bottom: 40cm|
|Kaprun snow forecast||2cm forecast this week.|
|Kaprun snow history||March average depth 185.33cm|
For more detail on Kaprun ski holidays browse the chalets, hotels, and apartments. Essential travel & mountain stats are:
|Salzburg||80km, 1.5 hours|
|Munich||200km, 2.5 hours|
(times are approximate & depend on conditions)
|18.3km or 30%||26.8km or 44%||15.9km or 26%|
Most recent lift Kaprun lift pass price (bought in resort) reported as €191.
Ask for a quote when booking Kaprun Guesthouses.
Night skiing: N
Kaprun has N S facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Nov or 6.
|Town altitude: ||786m|
|Top of slopes: ||3029m|
|Bottom of piste: ||786m|
|Vertical drop: ||2243m|
|Total length of trails:||61km|
* offers are limited & subject to availability when you book
Price includes 7 nights' accom (unless otherwise stated), plus flights from Gatwick. Kaprun ski pass is not included. Ski holidays are "Per person per week" based on max occupancy (2 people on this skiing holiday).
To enquire about or book this or any other holiday phone 020 8133 8899
Kaprun Guesthouses 2 blue stars and 5 snowflakes ratings and reviews are collated by SNO man from suppliers and customer feedback.
While they are 5 point systems, accommodation ratings vary in different countries and with different tour operators. When looking for a 2 star hotel in Kaprun, it's important to understand that the blue stars are the owner/operators opinion and should be considered an approximation for guidance rather than an official 2 star rating.