|Kms of Piste||270km|
Experience the spirit of the Home of Lässig
For those who are not already familiar with the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieber-brunn, the first thing you will grin about is the long name. However, just as long as the name is are the list of opportunities in the coolest ski region of the Alps.
The region, which covers two Austrian states, not only combines 270 kilometres of piste, 70 modern lifts and 60 cosy, stylish huts but also has a special feeling: The spirit of the Home of Lässig – or in other words: the pure feeling of happi-ness! This feeling is what fun-loving families, sporty Alpine skiers and freeriders will all find here.
How do you define this feeling of happiness?
For some, it is the caring attitude and warmth that is experienced from the hotel to the ski school – for others, it is the perfection of the prepared pistes and the ultra-modern lifts. Or is it the deep virgin snow and the “face shots” that bring a smile to your face? The Home of Lässig is all about joie de vivre, cosiness, and variety, for a diversified and unique experience, that will live forever in your memory.
10 reasons to take a winter holiday in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn
In the Alps, there are many beautiful places, family-friendly ski resorts and especially in the Austri-an Alps, great food. Still, it is only cool in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. What makes the Skicircus so unique?
1. The long name
For those who are not already familiar with the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieber-brunn, the first thing you will grin about is the long name. However, just as long as the name is are the list of opportunities in the ski region. The area, which covers two Austrian states, combines 270 kilometres of piste, 70 modern lifts as well as three regions.
2. 3 regions – 2 states – 1 common denominator
Saalbach Hinterglemm is the liveliest place in the Skicircus. Two town centres with pedestrian zones invite you to take a casual stroll around. Almost every accommodation is located near to a ski lift or alongside the piste. Saalfelden Leogang impresses with its wide range of sporting activities. For those who want a winter holiday without skiing, but a Nordic experience, these family friendly towns are perfect. Just over the border from Salzburger Land, to neighbouring Tyrol, the Skicircus opens to the sporty, friendly town of Fieberbrunn. Enjoy an extensive range of offers for families and active winter holidaymakers. Freeriders can cavort to their heart’s content and make the first tracks in virgin snow.
3. 408 kilometres of piste and 121 lifts
With the Ski ALPIN CARD – the combination ticket with the Schmittenhöhe in Zell am See and the Kitzsteinhorn Kaprun – in addition to the extensive skiing area of the Skicircus Saalbach Hinter-glemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, you can enjoy stunning views of the Zeller See and fill your lungs with Alpine air on the glacier. A car is not required to enjoy the Skicircus experience. By skiing the Viehhofen piste (168, Zone I), you will reach the valley station of the zellamseeXpress which takes you up to the Schmittenhöhe and back down again.
4. Pleasurable moments in powder snow
When you experience skiing in its most pristine form, taking your first turns early in the morning, gliding over virgin snow, your happy hormones will reach a peak. In the Skicircus these moments are only a gondola ride away, as many routes are not too far away from ultra-modern lifts. Freerid-ers, who want to earn their turns, can hike to the coolest backcountry spots. Extensive deep-snow slopes and exposed flanks attract even the world’s elite to the Freeride World Tour in Fieberbrunn every year.
5. A paradise for children
Who doesn't like to reminisce about a family holiday in the mountains and the first successful turns in the snow, and the happy faces when after the first descent from the mountain top to the valley? In the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, little ones and mini carvers are intro-duced in a playful way to the art of skiing with dedicated ski schools. Funslopes, snow trails and family parks provide variety on the slopes, where children forget the day’s exertions with feelings of joy. Attractive family packages round off a carefree holiday in the mountains.
6. Alpine lifestyle – the finest mountain cuisine
What is part of a successful day on the slopes? As well as divine panoramic mountain views, a swift ascent to the summit and perfect pistes. The stopover! There are no shortages for stopovers in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. Whether it is a rustic 300-year-old Alpine hut, a traditionally furnished cabin, or an exclusive mountain restaurant with the finest cuisine. With a choice of over 60 places to stop for refreshments on the mountains, there is something to suit eve-ry taste. If you are searching for peace and quiet and would like to lay back in the sunshine on a deckchair after a hearty lunch, you will find what you are looking for, as will ambitious sports enthu-siasts who want to charge their batteries in order to make the most of the day on the piste.
7. Walking in a winter wonderland
Whether with or without snowshoes: winter hiking in Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is an incredibly relaxing experience. On 140 km of winter hiking trails, you can explore the winter landscape on both the mountain and down in the valley while taking in all that the surrounding na-ture offers. Far away from the lifts, you will find peace and calm. If you would like a day off from skiing, you can still meet up with family and friends for lunch at a mountain hut which can be reached by walking along a sunny hiking trail.
8. A sporty holiday – Nordic winter
The Skicircus is a diverse winter sports region. The Nordic Park at lake Ritzensee in Saalfelden Leogang is a perfect starting point for all Nordic sports enthusiasts. Here, even the youngest chil-dren learn the basics of cross-country skiing in the Fun & Snow Park. Cross-country skiers will find everything their heart desires. On the natural ice-rink, you can demonstrate your skills as an ice-skating princess or prince. A cross-country skiing holiday in Fieberbrunn, which is also known as the “snow hole” of the Kitzbüheler Alps, results in a top-class sport and nature experience. Fieber-brunn impresses with its perfectly prepared network of cross-country trails with routes of varying difficulty. Whether classic, beginner or professional, here every cross-country skier will find some-thing to suit his/her tastes.
9. The largest ski circuit in the Alps – The Challenge
“Ski your limit” is the slogan that describes one of the most demanding ski circuits of the winter. The statistics speak for themselves: 65 kilometres of downhill runs, 32 lifts, 12,400 metres of alti-tude difference. The ski circuit in the “Home of Lässig” can be managed by sporty skiers in around 7 hours (breaks not included). Challenge accepted?
With these distances, “The Challenge” ranks at the top of the list of renowned ski circuits in the Alps and even outshines the "Sellaronda", the "White Ring" or the "King's Tour". You should allow around 7 hours to complete this challenging ski circuit in the Skicircus, which will lead you through one of the most versatile and extensive ski areas in Austria. The focus of this challenge is on sport-ing performance. A lengthy stopover in one of the numerous mountain huts along the route, ad-miring panoramic views, or taking the chance to sunbathe should be postponed for the next day of skiing. A total of 32 lifts will need to be taken between Saalbach Hinterglemm, Leogang and Fieber-brunn on this ski marathon.
10. Numerous activities aside from the piste
Casual hikers and romantics alike will find lovely snowshoe trails located in a winter wonderland in the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. Cosy horse-drawn sleigh rides, a walk over the Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps and a tree-top walk or a hike with Lamas, turn the winter adventure aside from the piste into a dreamlike experience straight out of a fairy-tale.
High-flyers dare to reach top speeds of up to 130 km/h with the Flying Fox XXL - one of the fastest and longest steel zip lines in the world - and view the Alps from above.
Families and toboggan fans can look forward to five different runs with different attributes. After a successful day skiing, take a ride on Timok's Alpine Coaster which is located at Streuböden mid-station in Fieberbrunn (included in a valid ski pass