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Early season ending on March 15th, 2020

The health of our guests, employees and the local population is top priority in this difficult time.
With a heavy heart we have to inform you that the Schmittenhöhe - like all other ski resorts in Tyrol, Vorarlberg, Carinthia and Salzburg - 
ended operation for this winter on March 15th, 2020.

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Status Cable Car Facility type Open hours
closed 15 trassXpress Gondola
closed 1 areitXpress Gondola
closed 4 cityXpress Gondola
closed 7 Schmittenhöhebahn Mountain Cable Car
closed 8 Sonnenalmbahn Mountain Cable Car
closed 29 zellamseeXpress Sektion I Gondola
closed 28 zellamseeXpress section II Gondola
closed 2 Areitbahn II Gondola
closed 3 Areitbahn III Gondola
closed 5 Hirschkogel-Express 4 seater chair lift
closed 6 Breiteckbahn 6 seater chair lift
closed 9 Sonnkogelbahn 3-seater chair lift
closed 10 Sonnengratbahn 4 seater chair lift
closed 11 Hochzellerbahn 2 seater char lift
closed 12 Kettingbahn 6 seater chair lift
closed 13 Glocknerbahn 8 seater chair lift
closed 16 Hahnkopflift T-bar lift
closed 17 Kapellenbahn 4 seater chair lift
closed 18 Schmidolinlift T-bar lift
closed 19 Fallegglift T-bar lift
closed 20 Osthanglift T-bar lift
closed 21 Schmiedhoflift T-bar lift
closed 22 Hochmaisbahn 6 seater chair lift
closed 23 Bambilift T-bar lift
closed 24 Schmidolins Zauberteppich Conveyor belt
closed 25 Enzianlift T-bar lift
closed 26 Ebenbergbahn 2 seater char lift
closed 27 Schmidolins Drachentunnel Conveyor belt
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Status Pistes
closed 1 Breiteckpiste
closed 1 Breiteckpiste
closed 2 Hirschkogelpiste
closed 2 Hirschkogelpiste
closed 3 Glocknerwiese
closed 3a Skiweg Glocknerwiese
closed 4 Schüttabfahrt
closed 4a Skiweg Schüttabfahrt
closed 4b Skiweg Schüttabfahrt
closed 4c Skiweg Schüttabfahrt
closed 5 Nordabfahrt
closed 5a Skiweg Nord
closed 5b Skiweg Nord
closed 5 Nordabfahrt
closed 6 Rennstrecke
closed 6 Slalomhang
closed 7 Zeller Skiweg
closed 8 Kapellenpiste
closed 8 Kapellenpiste
closed Hahnkopf-Piste
closed 9 Kettingpiste
closed 9a Skiweg Kapellen
closed 9b Skiweg Ketting
closed 9 Kettingpiste
closed 10 Hochzellerpiste
closed 11 Skiweg Sonnengrat
closed 12 Sonnengratpiste
closed 13 Standard Abfahrt
closed 14 Trass Abfahrt
closed 15 Sonnkogelpiste
closed 15 Sonnkogelpiste
closed 16 Alte Hochmaispiste
closed 17 Osthangpiste
closed 18 Schmiedhofpiste
closed 19 Neue Hochmaispiste
closed 20 Südabfahrt
closed 21 Tannwaldabfahrt
closed X1 Breiteck Route
closed X2 Ketting Route
closed X3 Sonnengrat Route
closed X4 Viehhofen-Abfahrt
closed X5 Sonnkogel Route
closed X6 Rodeo - Buckelpiste
closed X7 Eiskanal Route
closed X8 Kanonenrohr Route
closed Fallegglift piste
closed Schmidolinlift piste
closed Enzianlift piste
closed Dragon tunnel piste
closed Magic Carpet piste
closed Bambilift piste
closed Connection Pinzgauer Hütte
closed Ronachkopf - Skitouren & Snowshoe hiking
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Status Highlight Type
closed Nightslope facility.infrastructure.type.
closed Audi Ski Run Race track
closed Skimovie-Track Race track
closed Snowpark Piste with fun elements
closed Funslope XXL Piste with fun elements
closed Kidsslope Slope for kids
closed Schmidolins Dragon Park Slope for kids
closed 27 Winter Hiking Track Plettsaukopf Hiking trail
closed 28 Panorama Winter Hiking Track Hiking trail

The new ALPIN CARD makes it happen: Unlimited slope-fun in the three premium-ski areas Schmittenhöhe in Zell am See, Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn und Kitzsteinhorn Kaprun.

Open facilities in the ALPIN CARD alliance:

open facilities
open slopes

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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.

Ski routes
for advanced winter athletes

The eight ski routes (not prepared slopes) are marked with a red diamond sign in the ski area.


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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