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Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn Ski Resort - 270 km ski runs

140Easy 110Medium 20Difficult 70Ski lifts 22Chair lifts20Drag lifts28Gondola

The three charming alpine towns of Saalbach, Hinterglemm and Leogang together form one of the most beautiful ski areas in Austria. The “Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Ski Circus” allows you to enjoy the pleasures of skiing without having to use a car. Skiers have over 200 km of pistes at their disposal, connected by a rich network of lifts. This allows you to move freely around the whole area without detaching your skis.

Great facilities and excellent connections of trails enable skiing during the whole day without having to repeat the same route. Most of the slopes are supplemented by artificial snow, which is a guarantee of snow even during dry winters. The region tempts with runs for skiers of all skill levels, but there are mainly blue and red trails - 90 km and 95 km respectively. There are only 15 km of black routes, but they are really demanding, among others, the 7-km long run from the summit of Schattberg to Saalbach (a 1020 m altitude difference), or the slalom under the Unterschwarzach lift. A special mogul ski run has also been set up for the most experienced skiers. The big stars of the Alpine World Cup train on these slopes.

All the old lifts have been recently replaced with new ones, providing quick and convenient access to mostly sunny slopes.

Fans of fresh, deep powder snow will have lots of reasons to be satisfied in Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang, for whom there are many kilometers of routes that are not marked, but open for skiing.

There are numerous kindergartens and ski schools for children, where they can have fun and start to learn to ski, as well as an amusement park with clowns (the clown is the symbol of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang region).

Fans of cross-country skiing do not have a big choice here. There are 10 km of slopes for them, mostly of intermediate difficulty. The trails are situated at an altitude of 1,100 m above sea level

The municipality of Fieberbrunn will join Saalbach, Hinterglemm and Leogang in the 2015/16 season. As a result, the whole area will consist of 240 km of runs and 68 lifts. The new connection is a 10-person gondola, the upper station is located at the summit of Reiterkogel in the middle of the hitherto region between Saalbach and Hinterglemm. As a result of the connection, a new 3500 m trail has been formed. The combined areas of Saalbach Hinterglemm and Fieberbrunn will be promoted under the name “TirolS - 2 states, one lift.”

In Saalbach, the biggest town in the region, there are over 17,000 beds in hotels and guesthouses of various categories available for guests. Excellent access to most lifts in the region makes this place very attractive. Saalbach, which has a very good reputation, still attracts large crowds of admirers of this pleasant Tyrolean town. The equally recommended Hinterglemm is another place with a wide range of accommodation. There are plenty of places in hotels and a good après-ski offer. The famous promenade with numerous galleries and restaurants runs through both towns and attracts many visitors.

Leogang is an offer for those seeking more peace and quiet, but it also has good hotel facilities and easy access to lifts. The most important resorts of the region are undoubtedly Saalbach - Hinterglemm – Leogang, Saalfelden and the smaller resorts of Viehhofen and Maishofen. The big plus of Saalbach and Hinterglemm is the proximity of the hotels and apartments to slopes and trails. Because lifts are available from many locations in both towns, there are rarely any queues.

Both towns, but Hinterglemm to a lesser extent, are famous for their nightlife. A calmer, and at the same cheaper holiday with access to the ski network, is guaranteed by the neighbouring Leogang. Toboggan runs (e.g. the lit Reiterkogelbahn) have many fans. In addition it offers bars, clubs, thematic meetings, spectacular events and evenings with local cuisine in beautiful stylish restaurants. For the active – an ice rink, chess on ice, paragliding, tennis, swimming pools and sleighs.

Activities in Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn

Ice climbing
Snow kiting
Winter hiking trails
Cross country skiing trails
Swimming pool

Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn Ski Resorts & Maps

Saalbach Leogang Fieberbrunn
Snowpark Off-piste Heliskiing Ice climbing Snow kiting Paragliding Hiking Winter hiking trails Cross country skiing trails Shopping Swimming pool
270 kmTotal ski runs 140 kmEasy 110 kmMedium 20 kmDifficult 20Drag lifts 22Chair lifts 28Gondola

Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn ski resort reviews

We love Saalbach, this was our third time there. We travelled 14th March and had clear blue skies for 4 days. The slope preparation was excellent first thing in the morning but we didn't see any piste bashers out during the day, so after lunch skiing was hard work and getting quite slushy towards the bottom of the valley, this would be off putting for beginners or less confident skiers. We could really see how good the investment has been in the lift networks, having not been for here for 4 years it was great to see new lifts and cable cars. we've decided we're coming back next year, as this trip reminded us why we love skiing in Austria so much.
Ski buses could be a little more regular, while a good connection to Zell am See would be desirable particularly for better skiers, for whom the area might only suffice for 3-4 days of full skiing. Otherwise the ski routes mapped out for intermediate and advanced skiers are excellent fun, the pistes were well maintained and at least in off-season when we went, were easy and convenient to access. The town itself has a reasonable amount of restaurants and bars to keep things going, while nightlife was very good with a diversity of options to suit most tastes.
We have been around in several places in Austria skiing, but we think this was the best place we've been. The snow conditions were perfect also the slopes. The center of Saalbach is small and cosy and a good place for both families and couples or going by your selves. People were friendly and there were many good restaurants. We would deffinitively choose this resort again, and we have already recommended the resort to others.
I have been to saalbach-hinterglem approximately nine times, I'm comming back in 2011, skiing is fantastic, if the conditions are right of course. I find from march the slopes get sugary from lunch time, I prefer end of January to February. Buses run often but if you plan your day and you stay in the right hotel there is no need to see a bus all week. PS they invented Apres Ski. Mark, Olney Bucks
The resort was very nice, we were unlucky with the weather on a couple of days, stayed for a week and had some amazing powder days too. Pistes were limited for my taste, would suit beginers or long weekenders. Night life was...lively! Austrian experience was brilliant. Great staff at the hotel as well, extremely helpful and attentive. Would return.
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