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How to Get There
The closest airports are Salzburg (80 km), Innsbruck (160 km) and Munich, Germany (200 km).
There are trains to Zell am See from all major surrounding cities:
- Salzburg: direct trains (1.5 – 2 h)
- Innsbruck: direct trains or 1x change in Wörgl (2 h)
- Munich: 1x change in Wörgl or Schwarzach-St. Veit (approx. 3 h)
- From Salzburg: via Tauernautobahn motorway or via Germany
- From Innsbruck: via A12 Inntalautobahn motorway, exit Wörgl
- From Munich: via German motorway A9
- From the east: via A1 Westautobahn motorway
Schmittenhöhe Ski Area
Towering above Zell am See, Schmittenhöhe mountain is known as one of Austria's most beautiful panoramic mountains, with views into the valley, across Lake Zell or the town of Zell am See. In the distance, you’ll see up to thirty 3,000-ers in the Hohe Tauern National Park.
77 km of slopes:
- 30 km blue slopes
- 28 km red slopes
- 19 km black slopes (steepest slope 70%)
- 8 km ski routes
15 huts and restaurants
- 9 cable cars
- 10 chair lifts
- 9 drag lifts
Kitzsteinhorn - Maiskogel - Kaprun Ski Area
The distinctive Kitzsteinhorn peak dominates the look of the Zell am See-Kaprun region. At Kitzsteinhorn Glacier ski resort, you’ll find uninterrupted skiing pleasure from October until early summer.
61 km of slopes:
- 29 km blue slopes
- 23 km red slopes
- 9 km black slopes (steepest slope 63%)
- 10.5 km ski routes
12 huts and restaurants
- 8 cable cars
- 5 chair lifts
- 5 drag lifts