skiing & ski resorts IN KAPRUN
fun on the slopes in kaprun
SKI-IN / SKI-OUT
The new 3K K-onnection cable car connects the village centre of Kaprun to the Maiskogel mountain and continues on to Langwied in the ski resort. Up at the top, 3,000 metres above sea level, await fabulous views and an extra-long descent all the way back down into the valley.
On the opposite side of the valley is the Schmittenhöhe ski resort, an alternative to the ski area on the Kitzsteinhorn mountain.
In late 2021 the resort will open a state-of-the-art cable car called the zellamseeXpress connecting Schmittenhöhe with Saalbach-Hinterglemm - thereby creating the largest interconnected ski area in Austria with 347 km of pistes for everyone from beginners to experts.
Schmittenhöhe can be accessed quickly and easily from Kaprun by car and using public transport.
the family mountain in kaprun
With its gentle slopes and cosy wooden huts, Maiskogel is a firm favourite with families. There is an excellent beginners' area at Lechnerberg, where visitors will find easy pistes, ski schools and a large adventure world for kids.
a ski day in Kaprun
A healthy and hearty breakfast at your accommodation is the ideal way to prepare for the day ahead.
Want to test this year's latest skis and boots? Need equipment for your children? Visit one of the local hire shops in Kaprun and speak to a member of staff.
The family-friendly pistes on the Maiskogel mountain are perfect for youngsters and adults new to the sport to learn how to ski.
Head off the marked slopes for a little powder time or carve clean tracks in the snow on the perfectly groomed pistes.
Choose one of the many charming restaurants in Kaprun for a hearty meal showcasing the best food from the Pinzgau region.
After all that action and adveture, it's finally time to relax. While the children head back to the room, you can enjoy a few lengths in the pool or soothe aching muscles in the sauna.