• Austria’s premier interlinked ski area
  • 200km of piste to explore
  • Suitable for all levels of ski ability
  • Good for snowboarders
  • Great choice of après-ski options

Why choose this resort?

Saalbach stands as one of Austria’s premier ski resorts and with perfection comes well-groomed slopes across an all-encompassing piste network covering both Saalbach and Hinterglemm. Both villages are bursting with traditional character and are known for their lively après-ski options. A ski area of 200km extending across Leogang offers up a selection of great runs and a comprehensive lift system. Time can be maximised on the slopes thanks to the twin resorts’ wide ranging infrastructure providing excellent links. 

On the slopes

 There are a number of slopes suited to beginners looking to gain confidence including nursery slopes located down in the village by the ski school meeting points. Beginners can start the week in the less crowded area of Leogang connected to Saalbach. The intermediates in your group will head further up the mountain where a ski circus of wide open blues and challenging reds will have the most seasoned skiers perfecting their parallel turns. The black runs from the top of the Schattberg and Zwölfer mountains give advanced skiers some testing terrain before venturing to the powder stashes on the north side of the valley. The internationally renowned snowboard parks will keep the keenest of freestyle boarders happy, while the mogul runs available to the more experienced skiers within your group will keep the knees shaking all the way back to the hotel. 

Travel details

Calais (Coach) to Saalbach16 hours
Innsbruck to Saalbach2 hours 30 mins
Salzburg to Saalbach1 hour 30 mins
Munich to Saalbach3 hours


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LIFT RANGE1030-2100m
SNOWMAKING452 snow cannons

Piste Map

Saalbach piste map

Heart Diamond Hotels

Jugendhotel Niederegg


Any school parties hoping to find recently refurbished and spacious accommodation from where to enjoy an Austrian ski holiday should certainly check out Jugendhotel Niederegg which is located just outside of Saalbach and within a short distance of the local lifts and ski bus stop.

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Pension Haus Tirol | Leogang

Pension Haus Tirol


Set in Leogang, the Pension Haus Tirol caters for school groups with multi-bedded rooms and on-site indoor activities.

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Saalbach Hinterglemm has a friendly party atmosphere that’s as vibrant and varied as the valley slopes. Bowling, bumboarding and boogying all provide plenty of après-ski fun and with indoor swimming, ice skating and sleigh rides to choose from, there really is never a dull moment.


  • Indoor pool in Hinterglemm
  • Bowling at Bobby’s Bar
  • Ice skating in Hinterglemm
  • Thermal Swimming
  • Curling

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