The neighbouring villages of Saalbach and Hinterglemm have always been PGL’s most popular Austrian destination. A superb lift system covers both sides of the Glemm Valley, it can be skied in either direction with the added bonus of a free shuttle bus operating during the day along the Saalbach - Hinterglemm road. The area also boasts some of the most reliable snow conditions in the country.
Recent investment has seen the introduction of the all-new TirolS 10-seater gondola which now connects Saalbach to the neighbouring resort of Fieberbrunn (a hidden treasure of a resort), linking the Salzburg and Tyrol regions. With 70 lifts and 270 kilometres of piste, it's one of the world's largest ski areas - a truly extensive skier's paradise with great runs for all abilities.
Inclusive lift pass: 6 day whole area pass covering all lifts in Saalbach, Hinterglemm and Leogang
Lifts to: 2096m
Total number of lifts: 70
Marked pistes: 270km
Longest run: 7.5km
Ski bus included: Yes
Lift pass photo required: No
Snow cannon coverage: Mobile cannons
By coach: Friday departure. Journey time from Calais approx. 16 hours.
By air: Flights to Munich, transfer to resort 3 hours.
Blue runs: 46
Red runs: 37
Black runs: 7
Intermediates will enjoy the beautiful tree-lined pistes on both sides of the valley and the open snowfields above Hinterglemm. Experts will find some steep and bumpy challenges, especially on the formidable Zwölfer run from the top of Hinterglemm at almost 2000 metres down to the bottom of the valley. Meanwhile, for beginners the nursery slopes are close to both village centres, with a range of good, easy runs higher up.
Thermal baths: Kaprun
Swimming: Zell am See
Ice skating: Hinterglemn/ Zell am See
Ice hockey match (to watch): Zell am See
Pizza night: Saalbach and Zell am See
Ice cream night: Hinterglemn/Zell am See
Ski show: Kaprun
Llama trekking: Kaprun
Disco: Saalbach / Zell am See
We also include a programme of free in-house evening entertainment at each of our hotels in this resort.