If you ski Saalbach Hinterglemm this winter, on offer is an attractive base and over 200km of great skiing and snowboarding in the heart of Austria. Great as a base for families there's some amazing pistes as part of the Ski Circus.
Ski Saalbach Hinterglemm and combine the benefits of two attractive villages in the Glemm Valley, a short drive from Zell am See. There's over 200km of piste that you can explore, with slopes suitable to all levels but particularly intermediates. Access to the resort is best via the airports at Salzburg, Innsbruck or Munich - with transfer times ranging up to just over 2 hours.
On the slopes
Ski Sallbach Hinterglemm and as a beginner or intermediate you will relish the week from day one. Lots of wide open slopes and a couple of runs of over 5km long is what ski holidays in Saalbach Hinterglemm are made of. There are some more challenging advanced and expert runs - namely the Zwölferkogel - but suprisingly not that much.
Many skiers and boarders like to complete a circuit of the Saalbach-Hinterglemm valley - there are more than 30 mountain bars and restaurants along the way, so refreshment is not a problem. Boarders will also find the terrain parks above both villages to their liking and there are also a couple of half-pipes too.
If you ski Saalbach Hinterglemm you are also in the ski region of Ski Circus.
Off the slopes
Hinterglemm is the more tranquil of the villages, and thus more popular with families, while Saalbach has a greater variety of hotels, shops, restaurants and nightlife. Popular spots in Saalbach ski resort include Bauer's Schialm by the church, while the King's Disco and the Kuhstall are open late into the night. Late night spots in Hinterglemm include the Glemmerkeller, Road King and Tanzhimmel. At the end of the night, the Nightliner bus service runs between the two villages until late.