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Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn

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Advanced 9 / 10
Overall: 89 / 100
  • Up-to-date lifts
  • Big ski resort
  • Enough runs for experts
  • Ski circuit
  • Great variety of runs

    Plenty to keep advanced skiers happy

    Top-notch lifts

    Let’s first focus on the lift infrastructure, an important factor for advanced skiers. The total of 70 lifts throughout the ski area transport over 130,000 people up the mountain every hour (correct as of January 2016). As a result, visitors should only expect to wait for lifts in Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn during absolute peak periods. Notably, the chairlifts between Spieleckkogel and Bernkogel are among the most state-of-the-art lifts around. It goes without saying that the 8-person Hasenauer Lift, the Bernkogel 6-person lift and several other lifts are fitted with under-seat heating.

    Circular ski tours for skiers who love to eat up the kilometres

    Saalbach Hinterglemm has no less than three circular ski tours available for anyone who wants to explore the entire area without skiing the same piste twice. All three tours are outlined in the images accompanying this test category:

    1.) Skicircus tour:
    You can explore the entire ski area between Leogang and Hinterglemm in just one day on largely blue-rated trails (the new sub-area of Fieberbrunn is not included in this tour). The whole tour takes around five hours, not including breaks. It measures around 40 km in length, encompassing some 7,240 vertical metres.

    2.) Hinterglemm tour:
    The Hinterglemm tour is considerably shorter than the Skicircus tour at around three hours, though its descents are substantially longer and more demanding. This 23 km tour is therefore our recommended itinerary for advanced skiers.

    3.) Saalbach tour:
    The Saalbach tour is another ideal route for less experienced skiers. The highlight of this 16 km tour is the World Cup descent on Kohlmais. The tour takes some 2 1/2 hours, excluding breaks.

    The best trails for advanced skiers

    • World Championships course 13/13a on Zwölferkogel with picturesque views over Hinterglemm
    • The black-rated Nordabfahrt (1) on the Schattberg Express and Zwölferkogel Nordabfahrt (14) are sure to get your thighs burning. However, it is worth noting that both trails tend to be icy if there hasn’t been any fresh snow.
    • Not challenging, but a dream for fans of carving: The broad Bernkogelabfahrt (46)

    270 km of runs – One of the world’s largest ski areas

    Given all of the factors named above, we haven’t hesitated to award the ski area 10 points in the advanced skier category – the offering from Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is truly that good. Even after a week’s skiing holiday, you won’t get bored any time soon and will always discover new trails.



    User Reviews

    Stefan (Age: 31-35)
    Skill: Pro • in Jan 2020
    Travelled as: Family
    Varied wide range of slopes red, black, ski routes. Everything you need. You can have fun for a week
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    Juergen (Age: 61-70)
    Skill: Pro • in Mar 2019
    Travelled as: Family
    highly recommended for experts
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    Rauter Mario (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Feb 2019
    Travelled as: Couple
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    Ingrid Horvat (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Advanced • in Feb 2019
    Travelled as: Family
    Yes. Best slopes in excess, no waiting times, lifts oerfekt. Ski resort huge, enough variety.
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    Stefan (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2018
    Travelled as: Alone
    The Supreme discipline: Schattberg Nord! 3 km deep black downhill. My favourite departure: twelve.
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    Tim (Age: 14-18)
    Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2018
    Travelled as: Group
    Very varied slopes.Enough for every skill level!
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    Jens (Age: 41-45)
    Skill: Pro • in Feb 2018
    Travelled as: Couple
    Enough for everyone, it will be difficult to leave everything in a week
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    Geirg (Age: 18-25)
    Skill: Pro • in Nov 2017
    Travelled as: Family
    Come fully at your expense! My advice: twelve-up.
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    Franz (Age: 51-60)
    Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Family
    Enough available
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    Josef (Age: 18-25)
    Skill: Pro • in Oct 2017
    Travelled as: Group
    Many long, beautiful and also steep slopes to carve really nicely and to let the skis run
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    Andrea Berger
    Andrea Berger (Age: 26-30)
    Skill: Pro • in Apr 2008
    Travelled as: n.V.
    More than half of the runs are marked in red!
    With 20 red piste kilometers, the proportion of medium-heavy downhill runs in Fever Brunen is almost 60%. Sporty skiers will find plenty of opportunities to romp around on challenging downhill runs... Read complete review
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    Martin Bauer
    Martin Bauer (Age: 26-30)
    Skill: Pro • in Dec 2005
    Travelled as: n.V.
    A ski Eldorado for the sporty rider
    In one of the largest ski resorts in Austria, the advanced skier finds an immense offer on challenging pistes in the red category. The total of 24 red runs are optimally spread over the whole "ski ... Read complete review
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