The ski area of the World Cup resort Zauchensee forms a ski circuit with Flachauwinkl, which is located in the middle of Ski amadé, Austria's largest ski area. With its 45 kilometers of slopes and 16 modern cable cars, Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl is one of the most attractive and naturally snow-sure ski resort in the Alps. The perfect place for an unforgettable winter vacation!
The home town of downhill world champion Michael Walchhofer promises skiing pleasure from December to Easter under the motto "from the hotel directly onto the slopes!". The accommodation offers range from the 4****s hotel to the cozy vacation apartment. 14 ski huts and restaurants invite to the Einkehrschwung and Après ski.
The slopes of the World Cup resort of Zauchensee in Ski amadé meet the demands of beginners to professionals. Skiing, snowboarding, powdering, carving, freeriding: The winter pleasure in the middle of the Salzburg Sports World is limitless and with the right technique it's twice as much fun. The pros at the two ski and snowboard schools in Zauchensee show kids and adults how it's done! You can find the right equipment in four sports stores on site.
Every two years in January, the world's best female ski racers meet in Zauchensee on the spectacular Gamskogel run. You too can enjoy the World Cup feeling. You can reach the start of the course at an altitude of 2,176 m with the "World Cup Express" inclined elevator.
In the training center Kogelalm two permanent practice tracks ("Rodeodrive" and "Larkpipe") are available free of charge as well as additionally the race track with time measurement "The Wave". Registration required.
Youth: born 2005, 2006, 2007 Keycard required! Stake amount €3,00
Child: born 2008 to 2017 All prices in Euro. Prices are subject to change.
Minicard: 2018 and later - own price list Day 7 to 18 photo ID is required.
Ski amadé is in event of changes in the law or official decrees (eg "Corona measures"), with which capacity restrictions are associated,for the duration of these circumstances to increase the applicable price list to the extent of the capacity restrictions. This does not affect lift tickets that have already been purchased.
Ski passes valid for more than one day are valid on all Ski amadé cable cars and lifts. Ski passes valid for up to one day are limited in their validity to regional ski areas. Information on this from the respective lift company or at the lift ticket offices.
Valid during each ski area’s opening times.
General terms and conditions on fares apply.
Attention: The ski pass is personal and not transferable!
In the Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl ski area, 45 kilometres of pistes with 16 lifts await you.
The highest ski area in the Salzburger Sportwelt is at 1,350 m - 2,176 m.
Yes, from the Zauchensee-Falchauwinkel ski area you can also reach the ski areas of Snow Space Salzburg (Wagrain, Flachau, St.Johann).
There are 8 blue, 12 red and 3 black slopes.
Yes, in the Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl ski area there are always blue bypasses for steep sections, which are ideal for children. The Familypark on Rosskopf and Zauchi's Kinderland also await you and your family in Zauchensee.
No, going on piste tours is prohibited. The ski area is designed to reserve the slopes for skiers and snowboarders. Ski tourers can use the marked touring trails in the area around Altenmarkt-Zauchensee. The 2 ascent tracks to the Kehmadhöhe in the Radstadt-Altenmarkt ski area are particularly recommended.
In the Zauchensee-Flachauwinkl ski area you can expect:
Ski passes can be purchased either online, directly at the lift ticket office in the valley or at the lift ticket office by the marketplace in Altenmarkt.
Tip: With the new online early booking bonus you have the chance to secure your ski pass early at a lower price.
1. mark the accident site and secure the injured: stick the skis crosswise in the snow, about five to ten metres above the accident site. If you have any red or orange clothing with you, hang it over the crossed skis.
2. Organise help: The Austrian Mountain Rescue Service can be reached around the clock throughout Austria on the emergency number 140; alternatively, you can dial the Europe-wide emergency number 112. You should give the following information: the exact location of the accident, who and how many are injured, approximately when the accident happened and, if possible, the type of injury.
3. give first aid: talk to the accident victim and check vital signs.