Saalbach/Hinterglemm (Skicircus)

Ski resorts in Austria
Saalbach/Hinterglemm (Skicircus) includes Fieberbrunn, Leogang

Saalbach-Hinterglemm are two villages that form a joint ski area located in the eastern outskirts of the Alps. As a tourist resort in the Alps, they are relatively young. It was not until after World War II that tourists started to show up in what was previously a poor farmers community. Today, it's a completely different show, a modern and extensive lift system attracts over one million skiers per season. The extensive lift system also means that there is plenty of skiing in many different directions, so there is no excuse not to take advantage of the nice weather! The resort has a full focus on its skiing visitors which is pretty obvious considering that the main street is free of traffic and pedestrians have free passage.

Nowadays, these two villages are also linked to the renowned Fieberbrunn ski resort. Fieberbrunn complements Saalbach-Hinterglemm's extensive protected forest area with plenty of possibilities for high-alpine skiing, and also gives all the daredevils out there access to the north side of the mountain Wildseeloder, which is one of the more frequent stops in the Freeride World Tour.

Snow forecast

  • Sunday

    14.6 cm snow
    1 m/s
  • Monday

    23.7 cm snow
    1 m/s
  • Tuesday

    6.3 cm snow
    1 m/s
What do you think about Saalbach/Hinterglemm (Skicircus)?
austrian dude
austrian dude (Guest)
Fine little place... nice people, excellent food, and party all night long. by the way: they have some really nice secret offpist´s too.
I should´s my town
contact if you need a local guide!!!
Cu there

ps: really nice parks in leogang and hinterglemm

oscar (Guest)
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Me and my partner took 4 months leave and went to fieberbrunn. We rented an apartment in the village on the south side overlooking the wildseeloder and kitbühlerhorn, absolutely amazing.
We did not season so much when the rides, saalbach, hinterglemm, leogang and fieberbrunn offer you everything you could wish for. Wide slopes that are incredibly well groomed and modern. Good with snow and many fertilized offpiste opportunities, these go to a large extent to reach directly from the lift. Very nice people and many good cabins / resturants. (s4 alm, fieberbrunn and Rosswaldhütte, hinterglemm toptip)
Take a look at kogler sports that is adjacent to the fieberbrunn bergbahnen, good people's cruel range and world-class service.
Geographically it is nice, 40 min to Kitzsteinhorn 1h 10 min to Stubai and 2h 20min to Sölden. Highly recommended.

Becca (Guest)
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One week in Saalbach Hinterglemm, including racing in Leogang and Fierberbrunn was one of the highlights last year! Great area to go on, which made it not so crowded despite many happy skiers and snowboarders. Lovely people and atmosphere. Have not you been there, go!

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Many go to Saalbach for its famous after ski, which you can understand. From around 15 o'clock (even earlier in some places), the rest of the music is heard far away. It attracts a certain audience who (according to prejudice) appreciates well-prepared slopes and fast lifts, as the ski resort has understood. The system is easily gigantic, there are plenty of long slopes to carve in, many modern lifts with short queues and plenty of little cabins when it's time to rest your legs. This also creates great opportunities for us who like to look outside the system; very unspoilt cushions are easily reached and can be untouched well after the snowfall. The offpiste is not superficial but there are some nice fields and good woodland skiing.

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The owners of the lifting systems in Saalbach-Hinterglemm are crazy. They pluck down incredible money on their lifts and snowmobile systems. In practice, it means a lift system with a capacity that I have not seen anywhere else in the world. The slopes are well prepared and varied. Overall not great, but perfect slopes to carve around in.
There are good opportunities for offpiste and are you prepared to move a little bit in the terrain with studs, it's enough for a long time when the competition for the fist is not gigantic.
The system consists of the four resorts Saalbach, Hinterglemm, Leogang and Fieberbrunn. Everything is together and you do not have to go a meter ski bus to reach all parts. The next city to connect is Zell am See, but that connection is not yet ready, although you can go from Zell down to Viehhofen and quickly connect to Saalbach. Worker to get back though, but there are buses ..

By the way, it's good hanging, food and party.

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My favorite in the Alps.
Have tried about 10 ski resorts to the Alps, but nobody strikes Saalbach, the ski resort that has everything. Powder skiing, all-weather skiing, and amazing food and beer places. Is there week 8 every year and basically never queks for lifts. The system is now assembled with fieberbrunn with its off-piste rides. Day trips from the city of Saalbach will be fun and a bit of an adventure as you get to know one of the different places you can choose.

Joel (Guest)
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Had a great week in Saalbach v.1. Much snow and cruel slopes - wide and beautiful slope; carvingvänligt. There were also surprisingly many offpiste opportunities to be in a system that is not very high. Must recommend the red piste under the Bernkogelbahn - hang on the lock when the elevator opens, being the first in that hill is divine.

In addition to the awesome skiing, unbelievably much of the awesome afterskin (ranked as the best in Europe) enjoyed Hinterhag Alm as the best place. Nice city and very nice people! Highly recommended for all types of riders.

In order to find something negative (for maybe one must?) Then it's the height and maybe some transport distance too much.

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was down on the 10th of 2010 for the 3th of the last 7 years, one place you have to go back to in blland. not as well-off s.tanton or some places in frankrice but probably good. good slopes good lift system very good snow advisory system o so the best skier on the skis is good enough for us guys runnt.40+ summer has been around in different places now for 25 years. A big + spitbub lying down in the willibald at the kohlmaisbahn do not miss this afterski pub crazy o close at 8 times when you may go on if you are in good condition. Two Swedish cannon girls working there.

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Holds everything promised by a ski resort in Austria!
Was there week 6 2009, a lot of snow, but unfortunately no new snow.


* Large selection of slopes in all colors
* Many nice taverns in the slopes (tips: Die Alte Smiede in Leogang, think it's the nicest restaurant I've been to in Austria sometime)
* Great nightlife, lots of people, full island!
* Family friendly.
* Nice staff everywhere.


* Relatively low ride height throughout the entire system.
* Offpist seems to be very easy to access, guessing that it's getting really fast after a snowfall (This is just a guess!).
* Expensive!
* The cities of Hinterglem and Saalbach feel a bit "Disney", definitely a tourist machine.

Should be perfect for those who spend a week in the Alps per year, who think that the party is as important as skiing. Families will have fun here because there are good opportunities for everyone to go together, as well as a wide range of ski schools for girls (especially in Hinterglem).

Above all, a nice place, please come back.

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Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang is a completely ok compromise. I've been there three times in fifteen years and the snowfall has varied greatly, yet you've managed to keep the groundwork really good.

Were in Saalbach last time in 2007 and then there were many Birmingham residents in Hinterglemm so it was only a few hours to drive in Hinterglemm.

The system in Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang has a great advantage in avoiding buses which are always very sad.

There are actually some offpist scratches that are okay if you find them, but not in the winter.

In addition to really nice skiing there are many good restaurants on the slopes with nice people to speak with. Feels right genuinely in many ways.

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