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Skiing until you drop

10 July 2019
We can recommend two ski rental partners.
Skifürst, which also has a ski school, or Intersport Bauer, which is also a fashion store. Our partners’ shuttle service will collect you directly from the hotel and take you to the meeting points for the ski courses. Both partners also offer a ski service for waxing, edge grinding or repairs. A list of prices for the different services can be found at reception. The Fürstauer ski school offers everything for young and old - from courses for beginners to off-piste skiing. There is also a small ski school (“Easy Ski”) or the “Board Academy” where you can learn how to snowboard.
 
You can book taxis, shuttles or airport transfers in advance. Please contact the VIP centre to arrange this. For shorter journeys you can book a taxi from reception at any time.
 
You can buy your ski pass at the next valley station on the Kohlmais. Getting there is easy as you can simply set off on your skis. Groups can order lift passes online in advance. These will be available for collection at the Schattberg X-Press.

 
 

For you the best ski rounds at a glance!

Choose one!
Saalbach Runde - grün

SAALBACH-TOUR

A tour for everyone and the perfect way to “arrive” at the start of your holiday in Saalbach. Enjoy a relaxing descent on the sunny blue slopes on the Saalbach lap. Insider tips: On the Kohlmais you can ski down the famous slalom and giant slalom slope from the 1991 alpine skiing world championship. A detour via the Polten 8-seater Asitzmulde lift on the Leogang side is also highly recommended on this route.
 
  • Duration: approx. 2 hours without breaks
  • Length: approx. 20 km
  • Cumulative elevation gain: approx. 3,600 m
  • Lifts: 8
  • Difficulty: 100% blue
  • Ends on the Hinterhag Alm
 
 
Hinterglemm Runde - blau

HINTERGLEMM-TOUR

The Hinterglemm tour has a significant cumulative elevation gain and wonderfully long descents for athletic skiers. This route can be travelled in two directions. The challenging version includes more kilometres on red slopes and takes skiers in a clockwise direction. This attractive route offers countless opportunities to enjoy a bite to eat and drink in cosy ski chalets. Tip: Test your ability on the ski movie and speed section by the Unterschwarzachbahn lift. It’s also worth making a small detour to the Seekar lift on this route.
 
  • Duration: approx. 2.5 hours without breaks
  • Length: approx. 24 km
  • Cumulative elevation gain: approx. 5,600 m
  • Lifts: 12
  • Difficulty: 67% blue, 33% red
  • Lunch at the Xandlstadl
 
 
Tirol Runde - lila

TYROL TOUR

The Tyrol tour stands for absolute fun on the slopes! However, it is more suitable for ambitious winter sports enthusiasts with its challenging red slopes. The lap is the perfect way to discover the Tyrolean mountain world in the ski circus and promises breathtaking views. Tip: A repeat ride on the Reckmoos Nord is highly recommended. The natural slopes with countless waves and a wild landscape provide a genuine sense of winter fun.
 
  • Duration: approx. 2.5 hours without breaks
  • Length: approx. 22 km
  • Cumulative elevation gain: approx. 4,200 m
  • Lifts: 14
  • Difficulty: 28 % blue, 72 % red
  • Lunch at the Streuböden
 
 
Skicircus Runde - rot

SKI CIRCUS TOUR

The ski circus tour or THE CHALLENGE is the ultimate experience on the slopes for endurance winter sports enthusiasts. The tour around the entire ski region in only one day (from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.) is a challenge reserved for ambitious skiers. The ski circus tour has 72 kilometres of slopes and a cumulative elevation gain of 12,500 metres and is probably the longest of its kind in the entire alpine region. The focus is on sporting performance and the many unforgettable impressions of one of the most diverse and extensive ski regions in Austria. Tip: Summit dreams come true on the ski circus tour. There’s not much time for daydreaming. So: don’t dawdle!
 
  • Duration: approx. 7 hours without breaks
  • Length: approx. 72 km
  • Cumulative elevation gain: approx. 12,500 m
  • Lifts: 32
  • Difficulty: 60% blue, 35% red, 5% black
  • Lunch at the Hinterhag Alm
 
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