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Salzburg Ski Resort Weather Forecasts

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1,000 m: up to -6 °C
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2,000 m: up to -10 °C
At a temperature of -3 °C at the highest, there certainly is a great chance of snow today for the north. At a low around -5 °C, lots of snowflakes are falling today in the south. In the morning, foggy weather makes for a quite uncomfortable start to the day in the east. Yet, the day becomes quite fair with several sunny periods in the noon. In the noon, the sun will be shining most of the times. In the evening, clouds will darken the sky and snowfall is forecast. The west can expect a sunny sky in the morning, leading into a mix of sun and few clouds in the noon. The weather will be quite fair with sunny periods in the noon, becoming cloudy in the evening. There is a gentle wind coming from the north.
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Bad Gastein - Bad Hofgastein
-11 °C
-13 °C
-4 °C
-3 °C
Schmitten - Zell Am See
-9 °C
-11 °C
-3 °C
-3 °C
Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn
-10 °C
-12 °C
-4 °C
-3 °C
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1 State, 1000 Facets

The state Salzburg has a range of  7154 km2 (2762 mi2). In the north it borders Bavaria, in the south the 150 kilometer (93 mi) long main ridge of the Hohen Tauern marks the border to the neighboring provinces of Carinthia and Tyrol. In the Venediger Group of the Hohen Tauern you will find the highest mountain of Salzburg, the Großvenediger. With 3,666 m (12,028 ft) above sea level it is the fourth highest mountain in all of Austria.

 

For skiers and for snowboarders there are 22 ski resorts with a total of 2550 kilometers of slopes (1584 mi). 760 kilometers (472 mi) alone belong to the Ski Association Ski amadé including the areas of Flachau, Schladming and Hochkönig. The combination of a wide range of winter sport activities and easy access is what makes Salzburg so wildly popular. Driving on the A8 Munich-Salzburg you can reach skiing heaven from Bavaria in less than two hours. If you are traveling from further away, you can take a plane to the International Airport of Salzburg. From there you will find the ski resorts fairly close to you by shuttle or taxi.

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