Open slopes and facilities on the Schmittenhöhe
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Current ski resort info – everything at a glance

Your next ski day at the Schmittenhöhe ski resort in Zell am See is just around the corner? Great! Have a look at the current status of open slopes and facilities! 

What are you waiting for? Plan your ski day on the Schmitten and look forward to a picture-perfect ski adventure!

Cable Car Facility type Status Open hours
Schmittenhöhebahn Mountain Cable Car open

30.5. to 15.9.2019: 8.30 am – 5.00 pm

16.9. to 15.10.2019: 9.00 am – 4.30 pm

Sonnenalmbahn Mountain Cable Car open

30.5. to 15.9.2019: 9:15 am – 5:00 pm

16.9. to 06.10.2019: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

Sonnkogelbahn 3-seater chair lift open

30.5. to 15.9.2019: 9:15 am – 4:30 pm

16.9. to 06.10.2019: 9:15 am – 4:00 pm

areitXpress Gondola open

8.6. to 15.9.2019: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

cityXpress Gondola open

 30.5. to 15.9.2019: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

trassXpress Gondola open

29.6. to 31.8.2019: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Info: In good weather open until September 8th, 2019;
closed on September 1st, 2019!

Highlight Type Status Open hours
Mystical Forest Adventure hiking trail open
Discgolf Parcours Hiking trail open
E-Motocross Park Racetrack open
Schmidolins Rocket Bike Racetrack open
Schmidolins Baptism of Fire Adventure hiking trail open
High Altitude Promenade Adventure hiking trail open

Piste map


Blue pistes
for beginners

The 15 blue ski runs on the Schmittenhöhe have a total length of 30 km and are perfect for skiing beginners, children and those skiers who like to get familiar again with the pistes after a long summer break.

Red pistes
for experienced skiers

There are also many red moderate pistes in the ski area of the Schmitten that are perfect for experienced skiers who like to discover the mountain with its 17 red pistes having a total length of 28 km.

Black pistes
for adrenalin junkies

These pistes are a real challenge, also for experts! In total length they make about 19 km.

Skifahren auf der Schmittenhöhe | © Schmittenhöhebahn AG/Johannes Felsch

FIS Rules of Conduct

Like all sports, skiing and snowboarding entail risks. The FIS rules of conduct, as an ideal pattern of conduct for a responsible and careful skier or snowboarder, have the purpose to avoid accidents on the slopes.

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