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Snow sports highlights on the Schmittenhöhe
From Jukeboxx cable cars to exciting descents

Funslope, Trass descent & other attractions on the Schmittenhöhe

Snow sports highlights in Zell am See

A day of skiing on the Schmittenhöhe offers unparalleled variety. From the thrilling Funslope and the challenging Trass descent to the entertaining Jukeboxx cable cars and the exhilarating Action Cup: Filling your days with diverse and exciting winter sports activities is easy on Zell am See’s landmark mountain!

Trass descent in Zell am See

The “Hahnenkamm of the Pinzgau”

Looking for a special thrill? Skiing the Trass descent will get your adrenaline pumping! Spanning over four kilometres and with a gradient of up to 70 per cent, this one-of-a-kind run starts at the Schmittenhöhe summit and ends at the valley station of the Schmittenhöhebahn cable car. But be warned: This descent is for experienced skiers only!

Cool fact: In 2017, Manfred Mandler mastered the Trass descent in 3:30.27 minutes. Think you can beat that? Get your ski pass now – and let’s see!

Funslope XXL on the Schmittenhöhe

Top attraction in Zell am See

Did you know that Zell am See is home to Austria’s longest Funslope? Starting at the Hochmaisbahn mountain station, 1,765 metres above sea level, the Funslope stretches over a kilometre. High-five giant hands, get caught speeding by the Slopecop, and enjoy amusing sounds as you ride along! For the final stretch, you’ll get a speed boost. And then the Hochmaisbahn cable car whisks you right back up to the starting point for another fun-filled run …

Skiline in Zell am See

With Skiline, you can track how many kilometres and vertical metres you have covered in a day. Scan your ski pass at designated points in the Schmittenhöhe ski resort or enter your ski pass number online to monitor your progress. You can view your Skiline data at the following locations:

  • trassXpress/Schmittenhöhebahn
  • cityXpress
  • areitXpress
  • zellamseeXpress

Tip: Visit the photo points on the Schmittenhöhe to capture lasting memories of your skiing day.

Track your vertical metres on the Schmitten

Skier on the piste

Win amazing prizes in the Schmitten Action Cup! To enter the raffle, all you need to do is register online and collect at least seven out of eight badges.

Audi Ski Run | © Audi/Schmittenhöhebahn AG

Add some World Cup atmosphere to your ski day! The slalom course is located in the lower section of the North descent and is accessible via the cityXpress or Ebenbergbahn. You can analyse your performance afterwards with an HD video available online.

Skimovie Strecke | © Schmittenhöhebahn AG/Johannes Felsch

Ever wanted to see yourself in action on the slopes? Just visit the Skimovie track! Accessible via both the Hochmaisbahn and Schmiedhoflift, cameras will record your giant slalom performance. Afterwards, you can relive the action by watching your personal Skimovie online.

Schmitten Jukeboxx

Immerse yourself in music aboard the Jukeboxx cable cars of the zellamseeXpress! Simply connect your smartphone to the on-board Wi-Fi and select your favourite tunes for your ride up to the mountain station.

Insider tip: The zellamseeXpress whisks you right to the Schmittenhöhe summit in Zell am See. With 300 parking spaces available at the valley station, you’re guaranteed to enjoy a smooth start to your winter sports day.

Snowpark on the Schmittenhöhe

At 1,715 metres above sea level, the Snowpark on the Schmittenhöhe boasts breathtaking views of the surrounding mountain scenery and features 12 challenging obstacles for winter sports aficionados.

The Snowpark is divided into two areas: one for beginners and one for advanced riders, ensuring every visitor can enjoy this freestyle playground to the fullest. Meticulous daily maintenance by skilled and trained “shapers” keeps the park in tip-top condition.

Jumping, jibbing & freestyle fun in Zell am See-Kaprun

The beginner section is perfect for those looking to hone their skills. It features obstacles such as:

  • Kickers: 2 & 4 m
  • Rainbow Butter Box: 5 m
  • Funbox: 3 m
  • Flat Butter Box, Wave Box & Mushroom Jib

The advanced area caters to seasoned pros and includes obstacles like:

  • Kicker: 6 m
  • Flat Box: 7 m
  • Curved Box
  • Cannon Tube: 6.5 m

Night skiing in Zell am See

You can extend your day on the slopes of the Schmittenhöhe with night skiing. The Nightslope at the Ebenbergbahn lift welcomes snow sports aficionados on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 8.30 pm. The day ski pass already includes night skiing. For those interested in night skiing only, the following rates apply:

  • Adults: € 14.00
  • Youths and children*: € 7.00 *youths and children born between 2005 and 2017; proof of age required
  • Small children (photo required) born in 2018 or later can use the Ebenbergbahn lift for free when accompanied by an adult.

Preise gültig für die Wintersaison 2023/24.

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