Are you going to ski at Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn?! Or are you looking if this ski resort in Austria is something for you? Then you’ve come to the right place, as we will tell you all about this great ski area.
And yes, let’s start with the name as Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is an incredibly long name.
However, just as long as the name are the many ski and snowboard opportunities in the region! The area covers two Austrian states and 270 kilometers (168 miles) of ski slopes.
And don’t forget about the cozy villages, amazing après ski, cool snow parks, night skiing, speed runs, freeride parks, toboggan runs, and over 60 cozy ski huts. It’s all waiting for you in the ‘Home of Lässig’, the nickname of the Austrian ski area.
There’s so much to do for everyone. No matter if you are a beginner on the slopes, are looking for adventure, are going with your family, want to have fun with friends, or want to have lessons. Everyone will be happy at Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn!
In this article, we will tell you about when to go, where to stay, the best things to do, tips, and the most fun après ski spots. And of course, a map of the area too! So quickly read further!
Ski Resort in Austria
There are many ski resorts in Austria and Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is one of them. It’s one of Austria’s most famous ski areas, and we totally get why, as it’s one of our favorite ski resorts in the Alps, for sure!
At first, the ski resort was called skigebiet Saalbach Hinterglemm, but Leogang and Fieberbrunn are the latest additions. This is because all 4 areas are connected by lifts, and together they form one of the largest ski areas in the country.
Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn has 270 kilometers (168 miles) of ski slopes, for beginners, families, and experts. And there are 70 modern ski lifts and cable cars.
140 kilometers of those slopes are blue (easy, 87 miles), 112 kilometers red (intermediate, 70 miles), and 18 kilometers black (difficult, 11 miles). So it has different kinds of slopes to offer for everyone!
Perfect if you want to go skiing in Austria with a big group of friends or family, for example.
Also, if you still want to learn how to ski or snowboard, there are many excellent ski schools Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. So you can hit those slopes in no time!
And for the adventures under us, there are also plenty of off-piste opportunities! Though, make sure to always do it safely, with safety equipment.
Where is Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberunn?
Okay, we told you by now you can find this ski area in Austria, but where in Austria exactly?
Saalbach and Hinterglemm are located in the same valley, southwest of Salzburg. It’s about a 1.5 hours drive from Salzburg.
From Munich and Innsbruck, it takes about 2.5 hours by car to get to Saalbach-Hinterglemm.
Leogang is located just on the other side of the mountain, also in the province of Salzburg. Fieberbrunn is part of the province of Tyrol.
Good to know: if you miss the last lift back from Fieberbrunn you have to take a taxi back to Saalbach-Hinterglemm, which takes about 50 minutes.
When to go to Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn?
The general ski season in Saalbach Hinterglemm is from the beginning of December till mid-April. Though this can vary based on external conditions like the weather.
Especially since the ski area isn’t the highest ski resort in Austria, it lies between 830 meters and 2096 meters (2723-6876 feet), it’s vulnerable during warm winters.
And because of this, the snow conditions at the beginning and at the end of the season can vary. We all want to ski on fresh snow on a cold day with blue skies and not on those slushy slopes, right?
January is the best time to ski in Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, looking at the quality and quantity of snow on the mountains.
Looking at the crowds, these are the best moments to go skiing in Austria: in December before Christmas, January (after the first week), the middle two weeks of March, and April (not with Easter).
Saalbach Hinterglemm Webcams
A great way to check the current ski and weather conditions is to keep an eye out on the webcams! Click on the links, to check the webcams.
Saalbach snow report
Besides keeping an eye on the Saalbach webcams, it’s also a great idea to check the Saalbach snow report before you go!
This way you can check if it’s the perfect moment to go skiing at Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. Great if you go on a last-minute trip, for example!
Saalbach Hinterglemm Skipass
Of course, you have to get a ski pass first before you can hit the slopes! It’s possible to buy tickets at the ticket counters, online, and sometimes through hotel reception desks, ski schools, and sports shops too.
Ski passes are never cheap, but you can use your Saalbach Hinterglemm card at all cable cars and ski lifts of the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. Plus Schmitten in Zell am See and Kitzsteinhorn and Maiskogel in Kaprun!
During peak season (17th of December 2022 till the 10th of April 2023) 1-day ski passes for adults cost €66, 6-days passes €338, and 14-days passes €557.
Good to know: when you get an 8+ days ski pass, a photo is required. There’s a deposit of €2 per pass, which you can back when you hand in the pass again.
And your ski pass is valid from 15:00 (3 PM) of the prior day!
Where to stay in Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn?
An important question is where to stay in Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn?
You can ski from and to every village in the ski area. And there are many amazing hotels to stay at in every village.
Many of those have a ski-in ski-out option, meaning you can step out of the door of your hotel and are ready to hit the slopes.
Therefore, you don’t have to take any buses. Though, shuttle buses are free to take with your ski pass.
Saalbach and Hinterglemm both have many options for restaurants, après ski, and accommodation. Saalbach is bigger than Hinterglemm and has three cable cars going in different directions out of town.
Hinterglemm feels a bit more exclusive, but still has a lot to offer! Especially après ski-wise. You can find the famous Goaßstall in Hinterglemm.
Stay in Fieberbrunn if you want quick access to the best free-ride terrain and off-piste possibilities. And Leogang is quieter compared to Hinterglemm and Saalbach, though also has great accommodation close to one of the two cable cars going up the mountain.
Continue to read about the best hotels in every village!
A 4-star hotel in the heart of Saalbach, close to the cable cars and right next to the slopes. With an amazing wellness & spa (including a heated outside swimming pool), traditional Austrian hospitality, and a great restaurant, nothing can go wrong at Hotel Kendler Saalbach.
Relax after a full day on the slopes, enjoy the modern decor with a combination of rustic woods, and taste the most delicious foods.
Located on the other side of town, you can find Alpinresort Saalbach! Enjoy a premium all-inclusive holiday and fully enjoy every second. The whole day, you have the option to enjoy all kinds of delicious food and drinks.
Or go to the spa & wellness, their terrace, and bar, and rent your skis or snowboard at the in-house rental. When you go to the Alpin Resort in Saalbach, you truly don’t need to think about anything.
Hotel Saalbacher Hof is a hotel located in the city center of Saalbach in the pedestrian zone, just 50 meters from the gondolas.
The hotel has a spa with an indoor pool with a waterfall, an outdoor pool, multiple saunas, and a room with waterbeds to relax!
Head to their restaurant for delicious food from Salzburg and other international dishes.
And if you like to party, Saalbacher Hof offers free admission to their apres ski bar and club Castello!
In between Saalbach and Hinterglemm, located in the Glemm Valley, you can find Hotel Austria! This is a perfect Saalbach Hinterglemm hotel to stay at if you are looking for a quieter place.
Though you aren’t far away, it’s about a 10-minute walk to Hinterglemm and 20 minutes to Saalbach. And if the snow conditions allow it, you can ski right to the doorstep of the hotel!
Also, a bus stop is right outside the hotel, and they have free parking available.
Only a few steps away from the ski lift and the center of Hinterglemm, Hotel Salzburg is located in a perfect location, even offering panoramic mountain views.
While the hotel has been fully renovated, it still kept the Austrian charm.
Their restaurant serves classic Austrian cuisines and drinks. And if you come with children, there’s a children’s playroom with fun things to do!
There’s also a spa available to fully relax and free of charge parking spaces!
A 5-star hotel in Hinterglemm, meaning luxury at the slopes! With a large spa, award-winning gourmet restaurants, beauty treatments, fitness room, conference rooms, professional child care, and in-house ski and snowboard school, there’s everything you need at this Hinterglemm hotel.
And it’s located directly to the ski slope and the cable car Reiterkogel! Treat yourself to a luxurious holiday in Saalbach-Hinterglemm.
Ski-in ski-out at Holzhotel Forsthofalm. With direct access to the slopes, this eco-friendly hotel is the perfect place to stay if you don’t want to waste any time.
Step out of the hotel and be ready for a fun day in Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn.
Holzhotel Forsthofalm has an award-winning restaurant, that also offers vegan and vegetarian food! Enjoy the Sky Spa on the rooftop and a free fitness and yoga class!
It’s a beautiful hotel to stay at in Leogang!
A family-owned four-star hotel located close to the Steinbergbahn valley station in Leogang. And the Asitzbahn valley station isn’t far either, though a little further away. The free ski bus, which departs right in front of the hotel, brings you here.
Hotel Leonhard offers a welcoming ambiance with possibilities to relax, exercise, and enjoy culinary feasts. The hotel has a lot to offer and brings an authentic Austrian and modern design together.
This is such a fantastic hotel in Leogang! With multiple different luxury chalets, stylish suites, a large swimming pond, a sauna house, an active organic farm, and a fitness & yoga room, Puradies Leogang feels like a whole different luxurious village in Leogang.
And it also looks stunning as the chalet village and hotel are made from raw mountain stone, powerful oak, and glass. It’s a hidden paradise in the Austrian Alps! The design is simply amazing.
For luxury in Leogang, you go to Puradies! And another important thing, the Asitzbahn valley station is only a 5-minute walk away.
Another amazing hotel to stay at, similar to Puradies Leogang, is Naturhotel Forsthogfut Leogang!
Looking for luxury in Fieberbrunn? Then Vaya Fieberbrunn is the place to go to. This beautiful hotel has everything from apartments, to penthouses, and single rooms.
And you can even get your own chalet for four people with your own sauna! Relaxing is important after a full day on the slopes, so why don’t do it in your own chalet and sauna?!
There’s also a spa and wellness for all guests at Vaya Resort Fieberbrunn. It’s a beautiful hotel in Fieberbrunn.
A little further down the road, you can find Hotel Alte Post Fieberbrunn. This is a traditional Austrian hotel that is family-owned.
Enjoy the Tyrolean charm in every corner of the hotel. As soon as you enter Hotel Alte Post Fieberbrunn, you can feel the authentic warmth! And go to their restaurant to taste some delicious traditional Tyrolean dishes.
Located on Fieberbrunn’s main road, Hotel Gasthof Obermair is a lovely hotel in Fieberbrunn. The hotel offers free parking and the ski bus stop is nearby.
If you want to relax after a full day of skiing or snowboarding head to the spa area with 2 saunas, a steam bath, an infrared cabin, a relaxing room with views of the mountains, and a solarium.
Tips & Top Things to do in Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn
Now it’s time to tell you all about the top things to do in Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Leogang, and Fieberbrunn. Including our best tips.
Besides skiing and snowboarding down the slopes, there are many other fun things to do in the area. Think about sliding down one of the longest and fastest steel rope slides in the world, have food at KrallerAlm, visit the Bergfestival, ski ‘The Challenge’, and walk over The Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps.
And continue reading to read everything about the best après ski spots too!
- The Flying Fox Leogang
Looking for adventure? And did you always dream of flying weightlessly through the air? Then you have to go to The Flying Fox XXL in Leogang!
The Flying Fox XXL is one of the longest and fastest steel rope slides in the world! With a potential top speed of 130 km/h (81 mph), a length of 1,600 meters (1 mile), and a height of up to 143 meters (469 feet), this is a super fun thing to do in Leogang. Possibly with the whole family!
Enjoy the Austrian Alps from a different perspective! It’s definitely a unique thing to do.
- World Pride Mountain Fieberbrunn
To show their support, and true colors, and to commit to tolerance, respect, solidarity, diversity, and cosmopolitanism, Fieberbrunn painted their Bergbahnen cable cars in rainbow colors. They hope their guests think the same way and that the world goes ‘uphill’.
This is something that we absolutely love! So go and check out these amazing cable cars which are also perfect to take a perfect of (and with).
- Ski ‘The Challenge’
‘The Challenge‘ is the largest ski circuit in the Alps. So if you like a challenge, why not ski ‘The Challenge’?
It’s a route of 65 kilometers (40 miles) of slopes, and 32 ski lifts, and takes about 7 hours. Though then you need to postpone long breaks, photo stops, sunbathing, and dreamy mountain moments to another day.
As you need every moment of those 7 hours to finish this ski marathon. So better start early! Challenge accepted?
60% of those slopes are blue, 35% are red, and 5% are black.
You will pass all four villages, so it doesn’t matter in which village you start!
- Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps
The Baumzipfelweg, also called ‘Tree Top Trail’ (the highest one in Europe), is a hiking route located at the end of the valley of Saalbach-Hinterglemm. And this route brings you to the Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps!
Hike through an amazing winter wonderland and enjoy the views on the way. The whole route is about 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) long and after a walk of 2 kilometers (1.3 miles) through meadows and forest you will arrive at the Golden Gate Bridge of the Alps.
Once you arrived, you will probably see why this bridge got its nickname. From the bridge, you can enjoy stunning panoramic views of the valley and the surrounding mountains.
- Tobogganing in the Skicircus
Tobogganing (or rodeln) is a super fun thing to do for young and old! In the Skicircus, you can find multiple toboggan runs, and each one is unique in its own way.
Especially unique when you go down the mountain on a toboggan at night on an illuminated run. The fresh mountain air and the dark sky full of stars make the trip down the mountain special.
One of the toboggan runs is on the Reiterkogel, both during the day and at night. Rent a toboggan and make your way up with the ski lift.
Another fun toboggan run is on the Spielbergerhaus. Especially since you don’t ascent the mountain by ski lift, but with a snowcat shuttle! You do need to make a reservation to join.
Last but not least, in Leogang you can also go tobogganing! One toboggan run is accessible during the day and the other one during the evening. The starting point of both runs can be found at the middle station of the Asitzbahn!
Good to know: be careful when tobogganing! As often, accidents happen.
- Timok’s Alpine Coaster
The Timok’s Alpine Coaster in Fieberbrunn is open all year round! On this coaster, you don’t toboggan through the snow on a wooden sled, but over a track of rails in a plastic sled! And it’s super fun. Plus, also super safe!
The track has a length of 1,160 meters (3805 feet) and takes about 7 minutes. You can sit in the sled with two people, but also by yourselves.
And if you don’t want to go too fast, it’s possible to adjust the speed while going down! And best of all, it’s totally free with a valid ski pass!
- Enjoy Food at KrallerAlm
There are many amazing ski huts and restaurants in the whole ski area! One definitely to visit is KrallerAlm in Leogang. The restaurant opened in 1976 and is a popular restaurant in Leogang to go to.
The decor of KrallerAlm is based on spinning and weaving themes. So you can still find old equipment like historic spinning wheels, old flat-irons, and a wool combing machine for example. It’s a unique place, for sure.
A unique and cozy place that serves delicious food too! Try one of their pizzas or make a fondue reservation. And if you go on a Wednesday, you might see the Red Devils hut jumping at the restaurant.
From the same owners, you can also enjoy food on the top of the mountain at Alte Schmiede.
- Go Ice Skating in Hinterglemm
Another great winter activity is ice skating! In Hinterglemm you can find an ice rink on the edge of the village, near the main road.
All winter long, you can skate here during the day and evening! It’s the ideal getaway for families, romantic meetings, or fun with friends.
There’s a rental service available at the ice rink.
- The Bergfestival
The winter season in Saalbach Hinterglemm kicks off with the Bergfestival! It’s a rock festival in the mountains. Expect cool beats and hard sounds while dancing with temperatures below zero.
While most people think about sunny weather, camping, and muddy grounds when they think about festivals, winter festivals are super fun too!
Thousands of visitors will come to Saalbach Hinterglemm to attend the festival, which normally happens in December.
- White Pearl Mountain Days
Now that we are talking about events in Saalbach Hinterglemm, let’s continue with the White Pearl Mountain days! During the White Pearl Mountain Days, you can enjoy skiing during spring, culinary delights on the mountains, international DJs, live performances, and a health and fitness program!
And it happens throughout the whole Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn! It’s the most casual skiing event in the Austrian mountains, for sure! And admission is free.
Enjoy an Alpine lifestyle at its highest level!
- Night Skiing Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn
Don’t get enough of skiing and snowboarding during the day? Why not ski and snowboard at night too?! While others are resting, get back on the slopes! Yes, it’s possible!
Make your way to Hinterglemm and ski down the slopes on the floodlit slope at the A9 Unterschwarzach lift.
The slope itself is quite easy, though there’s also a red alternative in the upper section. Plus fun slopes, a racing parkour, and you can go snow tubing too. How fun!
Another ski slope that is open at night is the L12 Schantei lift in Leogang.
- See the Skicircus From Above While Paragliding
See Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn from a very different perspective, from the sky!
Go paragliding between the mountains, enjoy unforgettable views, and fly weightless and calm through the air.
Your paragliding dreams will come true! And yes, paragliding is possible during the winter months too.
We recommend Fly’ n Soul Paragliding for an unforgettable flight through the mountains.
- Freeride World Tour Fieberbrunn
Fieberbrunn is a great place to go to for the adventurous skiers and snowboarders under us! As it’s known for the amazing freeride opportunities.
Plus, the Freeride World Tour is held in Fieberbrunn, which is normally held every year in March! The best freeriders from all over the world come to Fieberbrunn to take part in the world tour.
And throughout the winter there are several freeride courses in Fieberbrunn you can sign up for. And it doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an expert, there are courses for everyone.
- Go Hiking
Do you love hiking? Why not combine your winter holiday skiing and hiking through the mountains. Winter hiking is a great way to explore the snowy landscape and the winter wonderland.
And no matter if you are accompanied by snowflakes or the winter sun, a winter hike will be a special experience for us.
There are 140 kilometers (87 miles) of winter hiking trails in the area. Those trails are both on the mountains and down in the valleys. Want to learn more? Head to this interactive winter hiking map!
If you come to the same area during the warmer months, then we recommend hiking the Seven Summits of Saalbach Hinterglemm. The Seven Summets Saalbach Hinterglemm is an amazing hike for the experienced hikers under us.
- Freeride and Funparks
Looking for some fun and adventure? Head to one of the freeride and funparks at the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn.
There’s one freeride park in the Skicircus which you can find in Leogang at the L6 Mulden ski lift. Freeride and freestyle are two alpine sports that are very similar to each other. Freestylers want obstacles and half pipes for tricks in snow parks, while freerides want untouched snow on the mountains.
The freeride park in Leogang is perfect for both sports! As it combines deeps snow and obstacles. Providing lots of fun and something for everyone, from beginners to experts.
In Saalbach there’s a Learn-to-Ride Park, located on the Bernkogel, specifically for beginners who want to become freestyles.
Other fun places to go to are: Easy-Park Fieberbrunn, Family Park Hinterglemm, Nitro Snowpark Leogang, Funslope Zwölfer Hinterglemm, and Funslope U-Bahn Hinterglemm.
- Fairytale Forest Hinterglemm
Something different from the other things to do in Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is visiting the fairytale forest! Perfect for children, or if you want to go back to your own childhood.
If you like fairytales you probably know ‘Frau Holle’ and ‘Little Red Riding Hood’. And at the fairytale forest, you can meet those fairytale characters as wooden figures.
The fairytale forest is already there since 1986 and after all those years, it’s still a magical place to visit!
It’s accessible at all times, and you can find one of the entrances next to the Hinterglemm Sports Centre.
Après Ski Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn
Let’s continue with the après ski spots in Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. As there are many of them!
Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrun is known to be one of the best ski resorts for après ski in Austria. Especially Saalbach and Hinterglemm are full of après ski huts and great parties.
But where to go? We are going to tell you all about the best après ski spots in every town! So you exactly know where to go. Cheers!
Apres Ski Saalbach
Bauer’s Schi-Alm Saalbach
The top après ski Saalbach spot is the Bauer’s Schi-Alm! And we get why, as here you can go crazy and party as much as you want at one of their four bars: The Kulimuuh-Bar, Wurst-Himmel, Bauer’s Inferno, and der Lichtung. All at the same spot!
So there’s always something going on at the Bauer’s Schi-Alm, which is open daily till midnight. And if you get hungry, you can also eat here!
Schwips Après Ski Bar
Totally different from the Bauer’s Schi-Alm, as the Schwips Après Ski Bar is quite small and cozy, but lots of fun! During the day and with sunny weather, you can also find many people outside the Schwips Bar. Right in the center of Saalbach.
Their motto in winter is ‘Party on Schwips’, meaning ‘party while tipsy’! And you definitely can with the many schnapps they are offering!
Already in Saalbach since 1976, the Hinterhag Alm is a great place to go to if you like après ski and live music. As every day from 16:00 (4 pm) the live music starts!
Enter the authentic wooden hut and have fun on one of their two floors.
The Hintergah Alm is located directly on the Kohlmais valley run, just 2 minutes away from the village center of Saalbach. It’s a short walk or ski trip down the mountain.
Apres Ski Hinterglemm
If you love après ski, you can’t leave Saalbach-Hinterglemm without going to the Goaßstall! They call themselves THE meeting place in the whole Skicircus and the biggest après ski venue in all of Austria. And we can confirm, it’s an amazing après ski spot in Hinterglemm.
It used to be a barn, but since 1994 parties are held where once pics, chickens, cows, and of course goats were walking around. Hence the name! The barn is 300 years old and has all the ingredients an après ski bar should have.
You can find the Goaßstall directly on the 32a slope, but from far away you will hear the music from the speaker! It’s usually packed at the Goaßstall, so be prepared.
A restaurant, lounge, après ski bar, and event location in one! In the afternoon, the après ski in the Schwarzacher is always a big party with a good atmosphere.
Though the Schwarzacher in Hinterglemm is a bit more fancy and stylish than most other places. Especially if you go for dinner here too.
You can find Schwarzacher Hinterglemm directly next to the Unterschwarzach cable car.
Apres Ski Leogang
Steinadler Panorama Bar
A small and cozy bar with great views over the valley! Enjoy a drink while enjoying the beautiful scenery.
You can find the Steinadler Panorama Bar at the middle station of the Asitzbahn cable car. The bar isn’t open until late, so afterward you can either ski or snowboard down or take the cable car down.
A brewery on the slopes! We don’t need to say more, right?! Or well, cheers!
AsitzBräu is located at the top of the mountain, directly at the Asitzbahn and Steinbergbahn. So if you drank a little too much, you don’t have to worry, as you can just take the cable cars down to Leogang!
There’s also great food at the AsitzBräu! While we are vegetarian ourselves and don’t eat meat, we heard their roasted chicken is the best.
Apres Ski Fieberbrunn
S4 Alm Fieberbrunn
Ending the day in Fieberbrunn?! Then the après ski bar S4 Alm is the place to be! Great beats, live music, cool events, delicious shots, and a sunny terrace, what else do you need?
The party continues until late at night and when you are hungry you can get a delicious pizza here too.
The S4 Alm is located at the valley station of the Doischberg cable car. So you don’t need to go down the mountain anymore after a few drinks!
Do you want to have a drink in the mountains? At the Lärchfilzhochalm there are relaxing chairs, perfect if it’s sunny outside, and you want to enjoy a drink and the amazing view!
No big parties here, but it’s a great place to chill and rest after some skiing and snowboarding.
Saalbach Hinterglemm Ski map
Enjoy skiing and snowboarding at the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn!
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