Zell am See austria
Review of snowboarding and skiing in Zell am See Austria.
Zell am See Ski Holiday Facts
Established in 1927 the Austrian ski resort Zell am See lies at 758 metres altitude in the Salzburgerland region of the Austrian Alps / Alpes. With the highest lifts and ski slopes at 2000m Zell am See ski area is not snow sure. Over 60 snow cannons ensure artificial Zell am See snow making covers 68km of ski trails, which equates to around 90 of the ski slopes. The nearest airport transfer to Zell am See (Austria) is Salzburg at a distance of 90km or approximately 60 minutes driving time. Zell am See ski season runs from November to March.
alpine downhill runs to ski in Zell am See Austria
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6 runs 25km
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Skiing in Zell am See
Skiing Zell am See you'll enjoy 29 pistes and trails and that means approximately 77km of ski runs. Zell am See lifts number 26 with the capacity to uplift 44236 skiers up the mountain per hour. The longest ski run in the Austrian ski resort of Zell am See is over 6.5km long. Ski Zell am See summer or winter as there is also glacier skiing in Zell am See.
Zell am See Ski Area
Zell am See ski area has 0% beginner ski runs or nursery slopes, 20% intermediate, 48% advanced ski slopes and 31% for expert skiers - the most difficult Zell am See piste is the 4.2km Trass run, with a steepness/slope angle of ?%. You can't ski Zell am See after dark.
Zell am See for skiing gets 3 stars out of 5 overall
Snowboarding in Zell am See
If you snowboard Zell am See you'll want to know that, of the 26 ski lifts in total, 9 are surface lifts or "drag lifts" - this gives a good indication of how modern the lift system is and well set up Zell am See snowboarding is - especially for beginners learning to snowboard. Zell am See snowboard facilities include 1 terrain parks and 1 half pipe (longest half pipe length is 85 metres), 0 quarter pipe and 1 boardercross courses.
Zell am See for snowboarding gets 4 stars out of 5 overall
Zell am See Apres Ski
The apres ski Zell am See scene and off-slope or "non-skier" activities include:
22 apres ski bars 60 restaurants 1 bowling 5 night club 1 cinema 0 billiards / pool 1 games room 1 concert 1 indoor swimming 0 outdoor heated pools 1 saunas 1 hot tubs 3 solariums 7 masseurs 1 indoor ice skating 1 outdoor ice skating 1 indoor sports centre 1 indoor tennis 1 squash racquetball 1 sleigh rides 0 ballooning 1 horse riding 40 prepare winter walks 0 climbing 1 golf 1 fishing 2 museum 1 library Plus these additional apres ski facilities Beauty Farm, Curling, Fitness Centre, Parachuting Museum, Flying, Shooting, Tirolean Evening.
Zell am See for apres ski gets 4 stars out of 5 overall
More Zell am See Snow Ski Area and Resort Information
Zell am See resort - ski Zell am See by any other name
The Austrian ski resort of Zell am See ski resort is also known as Zell am See Schmittenhöhe and has the following common misspellings:
Zell am See ski area has ski slopes which face N S
The direction which the various Zell am See ski slopes face can make or break your skiing or snowboarding holiday. If you want to guarantee good snow and ski conditions, you should choose a resort with ski slopes which face the right way for the time of year you're travelling.
- In the coldest winter months of January and February you need a ski resort with some sunny south facing ski slopes, so your days on the snow doesn't feel like a polar expedition. Conversely, in the warmest spring skiing months of March and especially April, a ski resort with some cool and shady north facing slopes will ensure you're not skiing on slush, but benefitting from best late season snow. The best ski resorts have ski areas and slopes which face in all directions so that you're guaranteed greating skiing whatever the weather. Zell am See ski resort has ski slopes facing N S.
Zell am See for snow gets 3 stars out of 5 overall
Zell am See reviews, 4.3 star rating and resort and ski area information is collated by SNO man from staff experience and customer feedback.