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Salzburg City in winter - © Salzburg Tourismus GmbH
CURRENT WEATHER
afternoon
Saturday 2°C
2°C
Sunday
Sunday 3°C
3°C
Monday
Monday 4°C
4°C
OPEN PISTES & FACILITIES
SKI PISTES IN OPERATION
Open ski pistes
10/38
LIFTS IN OPERATION
Open lifts and cable cars
5/17
Last update: 02.12.2016 17:46
The pistes are closed from 5 p.m. until 8 a.m.
Skiing, boarding and walking on the pistes during this time is prohibited! Failure to comply with this prohibition will release the lift operator from all liability.
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OPENING TIMES

Season opening until the end of January

08.45 to 16.00

End of January until the end of March

08.45 to 16.15

End of March until season's end

08.45 to 16.30
NEWS

Start winter season: 2nd december 2016
Pistes to the valley are open. The lifts and slopes to dorfgastein are also open!

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Excursion Destinations in SalzburgerLand

SalzburgerLand offers many sightseeing opportunities. Some of those are definitely worth a visit – in winter, too!

Mittersill National Park Center - © Werner Krug
Wintry Salzburg City by night - © Salzburg Tourismus GmbH
Mittersill National Park Center
Mittersill National Park Center - © Harry Liebmann
“National Park Worlds” brings the unique alpine world which surrounds Austria’s highest mountain, the Grossglockner (3,798 m), and another 266 3,000-meter peaks, over 342 glaciers and one of the world’s mightiest waterfalls, all under one roof.

Marvel at the mountain world of Hohe Tauern National Park. At 8 interactive exhibits, get to know the astonishing diversity of the National Park. And “hike” from one natural realm to the next.

Highlights of the National Park Center:

  • National Park in a 360° cinema
  • Eagle’s-eye panoramic flight
  • Marmots & Co.
  • Treasures of the Tauern
  • Mountain Forest Gallery
  • Life on Alpine Meadows
  • Wild Waters
  • Avalanche Dome
  • Glacier World
Salzburg City of Mozart
Snowy Salzburg City - © Salzburg Tourismus GmbH
Hohensalzburg Fortress, the cathedral and the many church towers make Salzburg the unmistakable baroque city it is, on the northern fringes of the Alps. 

Salzburg is the home of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and The Sound of Music. Culture plays a huge role in Salzburg, while various historical époques have left a distinctive mark on the city.

Highlights in Salzburg City include:


  • A guided tour of Hohensalzburg Fortress with its princely chambers and museum
  • Salzburg Cathedral and the Dom Quartier
  • The Franciscan church
  • Stroll through the St. Peter’s district, discovering the abbey, church, cemetery, as well as catacombs within the Mönchsberg itself.
  • Amble down the Getreidegasse
  • Mozart’s Birthplace
  • Salzburg Museum offers exciting insights into the city’s history.
  • Pegasus Fountain, the Rosenhügel and the Dwarf Garden all await you in Mirabell Gardens.
  • Mozart’s Residence
  • Haus der Natur – natural history museum
  • Museum der Moderne – museum of modern art
  • A guided tour of the Festival halls 
  • Panorama Museum
Spa Resorts

Do you simply wish to relax and unwind completely? If so, treat yourself to a real pampering at the spa resorts located in the surrounding region:


Hallein Salt Mine
Hallein Salt Mine - © Salzwelten
In earlier times, the salt mines were essentially the treasure chambers of Salzburg province. In fact, salt was mined at the Dürnberg 2500 years ago, subsequently earning its nickname “white gold”.

Visit the oldest mine in the world to open its doors to the general public, and set out on a treasure hunt of your own. You will make your way down a mysterious, ancient walkway. This leads you on a journey deep inside the mystical mountain, where you will discover an exciting subterranean world. The salt mine is a rewarding trip for the whole family (children 4 and up) and in any weather.