Sledding in Zell am See

Through Salzburger Land on a sledge

Even songwriter Josef Karl described the best parts of tobogganing in his sledging song:
“Today it has been snowing the whole day. I won’t stay in the house today! When I think about my sledge – I just can’t wait!” (loose translation of original lyrics by Josef Karl, songwriter)

True to the line from this children’s song, kids staying at the hotel won’t be able to sit still when Jack Frost makes an appearance: so get up and go outside! Thanks to the great variety of tobogganing runs in the Zell am See sports region, all guests young and old will find the perfect hill to sledge down.

Be sure to plan in some extra time during your sledging trip since there is so much to discover on the countless tobogganing runs here. Discover the beautiful surroundings in Zell am See on your winter holiday with your family and be amazed by all the amazing white snow – you won’t regret it! In recent years, sledging has become more and more popular – and we think this trend is quite a good thing as this is a great way for kids and adults alike to get to know beautiful Zell am See in a different way. Tobogganers will enjoy tons of fun, action and variety while sledging in Salzburger Land. So put on your gloves and hat and with sledge in tow head right from the hotel into the Zell am See tobogganing paradise!

Whether you prefer things a bit leisurely or action-packed: here in Zell am See you’ll find all kinds of tobogganing runs with various levels of difficulty between the Kitzsteinhorn and the Schmittenhöhe. You can enjoy sledging both day and night, ensuring that night owls get their money’s worth. The Köhlergraben illuminated toboggan run is located just behind the hotel – perfectly situated for evening tobogganing with the entire family or a romantic sledge ride for two in the moonlight.

The surrounding ski areas with chair lifts, cable cars and shuttle buses are available for those who prefer easy-going sledging or who want to ride down the hill again and again to head uphill. Thanks to this transportation, you can even easily access tobogganing runs that are further away.

Plus you can hire toboggans from us – your sledge is waiting for you! We look forward to receiving your enquiry!

Facts & Figures for Sledders in Zell am See

  • Floodlit, sled run with snowmaking capability on the Biberg in Saalfelden: ca 15 min. away, moderately difficult, ride up on the shuttle bus or take a 6 km walk.
  • Floodlit Kohlschnait sled run (snowmaking) in Bruck: ca 10 min. away: moderately difficult sled run, 3 km long. Ca. 45 min. walk to the inn, or ride the shuttle.
  • Floodlit sled run on the Reiterkogel in Saalbach-Hinterglemm: gondola service to the top until 9 p.m. (included in the price of the ski pass).
  • Floodlit sled run to the Spielberghaus in Saalbach: easy hill, about 45 min. walk to the inn, or ride the shuttle.
  • Floodlit sled run on Nagelköpfel Adventure Mountain in Piesendorf: ca 15 min. away, steep run, ride to the top with the tow lift. 2.5 km long.
  • Floodlit sled run on the Wildkogel in Bramberg: ca 35 min. away, easy to moderate hill, ride the cable car to the top. 14 km long - longest floodlit run in the world!
Sledding in Zell am See
Sledding in Zell am See
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