The fantastic snowmaking facilities throughout the region as well as the 3000m high Kitzsteinhorn glacier mean that there’s rarely a danger of a snow drought at Easter.
Up on the Kitzsteinhorn, you’ll enjoy ten lifts at altitudes around 2500m and enough terrain to keep everyone interested. You’re usually able to find fresh stashes of powder around the freeriding routes long after the most recent dump, and the park team keep the jumps and features in perfect nick regardless of the conditions.
Over at Zell, the snow making facilities on the Schmitten cover 100% of the slopes and the variety of terrain will keep everyone interested. There are a fantastic range of on piste restaurants with sun terraces so if it all gets too much you can just kick back with a cold one- Sonnkogel even has a children’s climbing wall! Heading down to relax in the sun by the lake for further après will provide the perfect end to a stress free day.
A walk along the promenade followed by a drink overlooking the lake is a delightfully romantic way to spend the evening and if it’s a late Easter this year you won’t even really need to wrap up.