Easy: 45 Medium: 48 Difficult: 7
The attractive villages of Saalbach and Hinterglemm, situated 4km apart, form what is known as the vast 'Ski Circus' in the picturesque Glemm valley. The ski area is renowned for its excellent range of pistes and efficient lift system connecting over 200km of pistes. It is superb for all grades of skiers and boarders especially confident intermediates.
The area has an excellent snow record and on the mountain, the region is dotted with inviting mountain huts where you can sit and enjoy the sun, have a drink on the terraces , relax and enjoy the views. Saalbach itself is a superb ski resort with an traditional, attractive village centre with stylish shops and cafes. The Apres Ski is traditional and lively.
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Après Ski: Saalbach has a reputation for superb nightlife and boasts over 20 venues. It can get lively from mid afternoon until the early hours staring at the slopes at the ‘Hinterhagalm’ in Saalbach. Other recommended bars include Bauer's Ski Alm, Ötzi Bar, Zum Turm, Bobby's Kegelbar and Kings to name just a few! Castello's is thought to be the best by some.
Activities: Skidooing, tobogganing, floodlit skiing (Hinterglemm), ice skating, bowling, sleigh rides, over 50kms of cleared footpaths and free weekly guided walk.
Eating Out: Most visitors to Saalbach choose to take the Half Board option in one of the many hotels but there are also numerous restaurants catering for all tastes, for example , the Schattberg Stub'n, Wallner, Hinterhagalm, Del Rossi, Gasthof Post and the La Trattoria. The Restaurant Peter is atmospheric and the Kohlmais Stub'n is also recommended.
Other Amenities: Banks and cash points, shops, supermarkets, excursions to Salzburg.
|Lift Passes (6 Days)||Adult||Child 6-15||Youth 16-18|
|Tuition (6 Days)||Adult||Child 4-14|