Zell Am See is located in the state of Salzburg. The ski resort of Zell am See is part of the Zell am See - Kaprun region. The resort is equipped with all the necessary transportation means. There are ski slopes for beginners on the Maiskogel, and above Zell am See is the Schmittenhohe ski area with blue, red and black ski pistes. The views from the Zell am See area are incredible: Lake Zeller in the valley and glaciers all over the horizon.
For something a little different, Zell am See’s medieval town is the just the ticket. Zell am See is situated next to a lakeside with picturesque mountain views overlooking the lake from peaks that measure up to 3000 metres high, ski holidays to Zell am See certainly offer some spectacular view.
As with all the other resorts in our top 10, Zell am See offers a well rounded set of slopes for all abilities, making it an excellent choice for where children may be learning to ski for the first time while Mum and Dad go for something more adventurous such as the forest long medium-to-steep blacks on offer here.
Zell am See is also one of those rare ski resorts that is open all year due to its high altitude, snow-sure slopes, meaning it’s available for a family ski holiday throughout the summer as well as winter; an attractive option for parents with school-age children who need to synchronise their holiday with the school holidays.
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