Discovering the Schmitten off the slopes

Discovering the Schmitten off the slopes

Winter hiking, ski touring and more

Be it on the weekend, on holiday or on a day off from work: You should spend your time on the Schmitten exactly how you want. That’s why we’ll let you know how you can thoroughly enjoy your time – not just on but off the slopes, too! 

Winter activities off the slopes

Skiing one day and finding out more about the history and traditions of the Zell am See region the next? That’s exactly what you can do on the Schmittenhöhe – because in addition to 77 perfectly groomed kilometres of slopes, you can also look forward to a variety of cultural and leisure activities. Culinary joys included! 

See for yourself how much diversity the region of Zell am See-Kaprun and the Schmittenhöhe have to offer! Hurry up and find out more about the activities you can do on and near Zell’s landmark mountain. You’ll love it! 

Snowshoe hiking and winter hiking on the Schmitten

During a guided snowshoe hike, both locals and holiday guests have the unique chance of getting to know the Schmitten from its quiet side. Together with a guide, you can hike along snow-covered trails and discover the most beautiful scenic viewpoints. 

Hikes through a wintry landscape are right up your alley? Find out all you need to know about winter hikes – with or without snowshoes – on the Schmitten! 

Ski touring on the Ronachkopf 

Great view, wonderful tracks and slopes: The ski-touring mountain Ronachkopf in the district of Thumersbach offers ski touring fun at its best! Find out more about ski tours on the Ronachkopf! 

Culinary joys on the Schmittenhöhe 

The Schmittenhöhe isn’t just the “sun child” of the Alps. It’s also the place to be for gourmets! An eternal crowd favourite are the traditional culinary delights prepared with lots of passion and love. That’s what you’ll taste with every bite – be it during a break at one of the huts or during one of the many culinary events at 1,965 metres above sea level. Amongst them: the Pinzga Tåg or the Ski’n’Brunch. Both events skilfully combine skiing and culinary joys. 

You’ll see: The cable car ride up the mountain to the huts and restaurants on the Schmitten is an experience in itself! 

Get an overview of the culinary events up on the Schmittenhöhe! 


The traditional side of the Schmitten 

If you’d like to go on a journey back in time to 100 years ago on your holiday, you should visit the “Areit 1400” exhibition. Be prepared to be amazed by the mix of historic vintage cars and mopeds and have a look at the regional ski collection from 100 years on the Schmitten. 

If you’re thinking that’s only something for adults, think again: In summer, little visitors feel right at home at the Games Corner. In the kids’ area of the museum, futuristic games can be tested live and interactively. Children of all ages can prove their skills on the slot car racing track or during a game on the latest Sony PlayStation. 

As you can see: Plenty of activities and culinary highlights are waiting for you off the slopes! Be it ski touring on the Ronachkopf or snowshoe hiking on the Schmittenhöhe.