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Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang ski resort

Salzburg, Austria

www.saalbach.com
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Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang ski resort is located in Salzburg, Austria. With a peak elevation of 2,100m, it offers skiers and snowboarders a 1,097m vertical drop. It is Austria's largest directly interconnected ski area.

The ski area Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang offers nearly endless slopes favouring the beginner and intermediate level of skier and snowboarder. The ski resort has an impressive snow-making system covering over 80% of their terrain. 

In total Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang ski resort offers 200 km of trails. 73% (95 km) of the total terrain ideal for beginners, 12% (15 km) suitable for intermediate skiers and 15% (20 km) for the more advanced and expert level skiers and snowboarders. This is all easily accessible with 55 ski lifts.

The Greater Astiz Mountain dominates local skiing at Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang ski resort. The resort has an excellent snow record, which is complimented with their continual investment in snowmaking. Much of the terrain will suit recreational holiday skiers best with nearly 90% of the trails graded beginner to 'intermediate'. Experts should try the black runs of Schattberg and Zwolferkogel or take a guide on the extensive off-piste powder fields. More experienced snowboarders can head to one of the very well equipped and groomed fun parks and there are still plenty of steep runs and mogul trails for the more advanced.

Surrounded by earthy rusticity and urban lifestyle, Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang ski resort offers many events. The heart of the cultural activities is the International Jazz Festival Saalfelden. In addition, the holiday region is home to a variety of other cultural-quality events in the natural and romantic cultural landscape. You can also the event series @lm: CULTURE on the surrounding pastures. As well as success winning special exhibitions at the Museum Schloss Ritzen and the mining and Gothic Museum.

Away from the pistes, you can choose from a huge variety of indoor activities. And, of course, the ski area is famous for it's après-ski and numerous events that take place throughout the season.

The most expensive part of every ski trip is usually the accommodation costs. If you are looking to compare hotel prices and to book your accommodation for your next trip to Aspen Highlands ski resort please visit our STAY page. We invite you to book directly online through our website.

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Total Trails: 270 km 167.8 mi

  • Easiest 140 km 87 mi | 52%
  • More Difficult 112 km 69.6 mi | 41%
  • Most Difficult 18 km 11.2 mi | 7%
  • Terrain Park Yes
  • Half Pipes No

Resort Stats


Peak elevation:
2100 m 6889.8 ft
Base elevation:
1003 m 3290.7 ft
Vertical Drop:
1097 m 3599.1 ft
Total Trails:
270 km 167.8 mi
Longest Run:
90 km 55.9 mi

Lift Tickets

  • Day PassEUR 44
  • Kids Day PassEUR 22
  • Season PassEUR 535
  • Kids Season PassEUR 260
Prices check with resort for specials and discounts

Total Ski Lifts 55

  • Gondolas16
  • Chairlifts18
  • Rope Tow 4
  • 21 (Drag Lifts)

Snowmaking Yes

  • Mtn Snowmaking %81 %
  • No of Snow guns475

Snow Report

  • Last Snow:10/12/2018
  • 24hrs Snow 10 cm 3.9 in
  • Base (natural):20 cm 7.9 in
-11 °C
-11 °C
Wind:
SE8 km/h SE5 m/h

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