Full of variety: skiing on the Schmittenhöhe
If you spend a ski day on the slopes of the Schmitten in Zell am See, you’ll quickly realise: Variety abounds! For families as well as for passionate winter sports enthusiasts whose goal is to collect as many kilometres on the slopes as possible. And the best part? No matter if it’s on the Trass descent or on the Glocknerwiese with Schmidolin: From almost every slope, skiers have incredible panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and Lake Zell. Where does everyone meet afterwards? At the huts and restaurants on the Schmitten, of course! After all, that’s where culinary joys take centre stage. You should come see for yourself!
A faster way to get your ski pass: the online ticket shop
You’ve got a plan for what you want to do, your bags are packed, and you’ve filled up your car’s tank? Then there’s only one thing missing for winter fun: a ski pass! Just buy it in our online ticket shop right away and you’re well on your way to Schmitten joy!
Good to know: Ski tickets for the Schmittenhöhe are also valid for the ski resorts of Kitzsteinhorn Kaprun and Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn from the first ski day onwards.
Whether you’re a leisure skier or speed fan, beginner or passionate winter sports athlete. Practicing your first turns on skis or jumps at the Snow Park. Schmittenhöhe ski resort holds a myriad of fun activities in store! Come and see for yourself!
Family skiing with Schmidolin
Fast-paced skiing in Zell am See
An adrenaline rush for your ski day on the Schmitten
A gradient of up to 70 percent. A difference in altitude of 1,000 metres and a length of more than four kilometres. How does that sound to you? Like pure adrenaline? That’s exactly what it is, the Trass descent! It’s not only one of the longest black descents of the Salzburger Land region but also one of the most challenging slopes. Every winter sports enthusiast who’s ever conquered the “Hahnenkamm of the Pinzgau region” can confirm that. In addition to the Trass descent, other slope highlights like the Audi Ski Run or the Skimovie Track will get your pulse racing, too.
Tip: All those who love to ski off the groomed slopes should check out the signposted ski routes.
Good to know:
If you want to review your achievements after a ski day on the Schmittenhöhe, you should register at Skiline with your ski pass number. Just log in online and get an overview of the kilometres and vertical metres you’ve covered and more!
3 reasons for a ski day on the Schmittenhöhe
True Schmitten fans already know: There are countless reasons that speak for a ski day at the winter sports resort in Zell am See. Here are three of them:
- Variety: The Schmittenhöhe offers the perfect descent for every taste. Whether you’re a beginner, leisure skier, adrenaline junkie or ski acrobat!
- All-round carefree package: Thanks to extensive offers that include ski schools, ski rentals, ski depots and a ski bus network on the Schmitten and in Zell am See, you can head into your ski day completely stress-free. To the ski service offers
- Quality time for families: On the Schmitten, family time takes centre stage! Whether it’s while exploring Schmidolin’s Adventure World, during a ride on the chairlift or when stopping at one of the ski huts.