Hotel Sonnblick ****
Cross Country & Family
Children’s programme and childcare available several times a week in-house. Facilities for children are available.
Outdoor pool / indoor pool
Heated outdoor or indoor pool
Hotel Der Auhof ****
Cross Country & Wellness
Well-equipped wellness hotel with high-quality facilities and qualified staff for treatments and applications.
Cross-country ski holidays in the holiday region of Zell am See-Kaprun and surroundings
Both classic and skating cross-country skiers will love the 107 km of perfectly prepared cross-country ski tracks in Zell am See-Kaprun, Piesendorf-Niedernsill and Bruck-Fusch. Trails range from the high-altitude Loipe on the Schmittenhöhe, to the long circuit around the frozen Zell lake, and the lit trail for those who like night cross-country skiing.
Cross-country skiing in Pinzgau in Salzburg
By combining the cross-country ski trails together and the 200 km Pinzgau and Saalachtal network of trails, the amount of cross-country skiing available is practically unlimited, and stretches into the neighbouring holiday regions.
Get to know Zell am See on a cross-country ski holiday
The trails are an ideal way of getting to know the region on cross-country skis and take you past some of the most beautiful spots in the holiday resorts.
Cross-country ski tours in Kaprun and surrounding area
The 2 easy trails, the Schlossloipe and the Brunnwiesloipe, are ideal for beginners and take you right past Kaprun castle. The Golfplatzloipe, taking you over the Zell am See-Kaprun golf course gives cross-country skiers a fantastic view of the Kitzsteinhorn and the surrounding Hohe Tauern National Park.
The use of the cross-country ski trails is free.
760 m - 2900 m
756 m - 3203 m
Cross country season
Middle of December - middle of March
Both classic and skating skiers can really get into the swing of it on the 107 km of perfectly prepared trails in Zell am See-Kaprun, Piesendorf-Niedernsill and Bruck-Fusch. The range of trails includes the glacier trail, the circuit along the frozen Zell lake, and the lit night trails, and is further extended by the possibilities of combining the various trails with each other and the connection to the 200 km Pinzgau and Saalach valley trail network, creating a practically endless area for your pleasure that stretches into the neighbouring holiday regions.
Ski touring in Zell am See - Kaprun
A very special offer is waiting for ski tourers in Zell am See – Kaprun. The Ronachkopf, a mountain in Thumersbach, has been made available as Ski Touring Mountain for ski touring enthusiasts. Another highlight for ski tourers is waiting at the Kitzsteinhorn in Kaprun. 3 signposted routes lead across the glacier here.
Local qualified mountain guides accompany on your tours on request and ensure safety.
Equipment can be hired from the local sports shops.
Snowshoe hiking in Zell am See - Kaprun
The Ronachkopf is also a true winter paradise for ski tourers. The stunning view to Lake Zell is worth any ascent. Other tours full of variety lead up to the Schmittenhöhe in Zell am See and the Naglköpfl adventure mountain in Piesendorf.
Professional guides to accompany you are available locally. You can also join guided snowshoe and winter hiking tours offered by the ski schools or the Schmitten.
The equipment is available for hire from the many sports shops.
Ice sports in Zell am See - Kaprun
The frozen Lake Zell is a highlight itself. Many ice skaters, ice hockey players, ice sailors and snow kiters enjoy the impressive view to the glacier and have fun doing what the like most. Depending on temperatures, ice sportsmen and women can also use the large indoor ice rink in Zell or the natural ice rink in Kaprun.
Ice skates can be hired directly on site or from the sports shops.
My favourite trail has to be the Gletscherloipe on the Kitzsteinhorn glacier, the meeting point for all Nordic skiing fans. Here you will find extraordinary conditions, and I for one like to make the most of the many advantages of high-altitude training starting in autumn, and train on the glacier plateau at 2900 m above sea level on the 3 km prepared high-altitude trail.