With 16 European ski areas already open and all the calls and emails that we get from our guests who are booking their skiing holiday in our guesthouse, here a small overview of the ski passes that are worth considering when skiing in Zell am See – Kaprun:
- Zell am See – Kaprun
The total of 150 km slopes in Zell am See and Kaprun, a 2 days passs or longer can be also used in Piesendorf (Erlebnisberg Naglköpfl).
6 day ski pass high season EUR 240/EUR 120 (there are also ski passes available for Kitzsteinhorn only, 6 days in low season EUR 209)
The season runs from 27 November – 10 April
- Salzburg Super Ski Card
Amazing 2500 km ski slopes in Salzburgerland and Tirol incl. Zell am See-Kaprun, Piesendorf, Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang-Fieberbrunn, Ski Amade, Bad Gastein – but also Zillertal and Kitzbuhel.
6 day ski pass high season EUR 256/EUR 128
Season ski pass EUR 610/EUR 305
Season runs 7 November – 1 May
- All Star Card
Over 1000 km ski slopes in whole Tirol incl. Zell am See-Kaprun, Kitzbuhel, Saalbach-Hinterglemm
6 day ski pass high season 256/EUR 128
Season ski pass EUR 615/EUR 307
Season runs 17 October – 1 May
- Ski Alpin Card
More than 400 km of slopes in Zell am See–Kaprun and Saalbach-Hinterglemm
Season ski pass EUR 510/EUR 250 (when bought till 2 December)
Season runs 17 November – 1 May
- Piesendorf Erlebnisberg Naglköpfl
Our local mountain that offers lots of ski fun for the whole family
6 day ski pass EUR 85,50/EUR 43,50
Lets ad this beginners’ hill just to complete the overview.
As of this season, it offers good snow coverage because of the brand new snow cannon installation (we will post a separate article on this). The prices are very mild: EUR 11,30 for a day, or EUR 0.50 for one ride.