About Hinterglemm

Hinterglemm is a vibrant, trendy & modern ski resort located at the end of the Glemmer Valley, linked to Saalbach/Fieberbrunn, Leogang, Viehhofen & Zell-am-see Ski areas. At a height of 2003 metres raising to the peak elevation of 2095 metres, the resort boasts some of the best skiing in the area with 90% of its slopes with Snow Cannons operating throughout the season keeping the slopes in immaculate condition which offers an extended season from early December through to mid April. Glide down those pretty tree-lined slopes and you will find a mountain hut or restaraunt on nearly every bend. The resorted is rated as excellent for intermediates and beginners but according to the author of “Skiing Around the world with Jimmy Petterson” he rates Hinterglemm as having the best Powder in the world, so a dream for both Skiers and Boarders. Close to the centre there is a large Nursery slope for beginners and a excllent snow park for Boarders. In this area there is flood-lit skiing most evenings for those fanatics. Great apres ski bars, on and off the mountain, excellent restaurants and bars and a Nightclub. This is an upmarket resort offering plenty of other activities for all ages and for non-skiers such as “Snow Walking”, Sledging/Tobogganing, Sleigh rides, Shopping, and many of the 4/5* hotels have Health Spa facilities which you can use for a reasonable charge. This is a Winter Summer resort for those who love the outdoors.

Winter Activities Sking, Quad Biking, Go-karting, Rent a Skidu, Toboggan evenings, Cross country skiing, Audi Ice Driving Experience, Sleigh Rides, Winter walking, Spa Days, Ice Skating in Zell-am-see

Winter Events Rave on Snow - Saalbach Mountain Attack - Saalbach White Pearl Mountain Days

Summer Events/Festivals Classic Car Rally, Lake of Charity, Biker Mania, Farmers Markets, Mountain Bike Championship

“Please note these events may not go ahead season 2020/2021 due to the Corona Virus

Summer Activities available:-. Walking/hiking, mountain/road bike hire, Zip Lining, Horse Riding, Archery, Quad Biking, Go-Karting, Lake & Pool Swimming, Indoor/outdoor Tennis, Golf at several courses in the area. At Lake Zell-am-see, you can hire a paddle board or peddle boat, go water skiing, or just have a leisurely cruise on the Schmittenhoe cruiser. Bike hire, white water rafting is available further afield at Taxenbach or Lofer. There is a Summer Rhodelbahn at Saalfelden or take a road trip up the Grossglockner Pass or over to Salzburg. All this information is in our guest book, or visit the local tourist office.

Hinterglemm centre during the Winter Festive Season

Hinterglemm centre

Floodlit Skiing on the nursery slopes

Floodlit Skiing

Magical Hinterglemm at Night

Magical Hinterglemm at Night

The North Facing slopes offering a longer ski season

Superb skiing in Hinterglemm

Summer in beautiful Hinterglemm

Summer in beautiful Hinterglemm

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Saalbach Region Piste Map Download piste map

270km of best prepared slopes, 70 modern cable cars and lifts, snow parks, natural freeride parks, flood-lit slopes, SkiMovie, speed and race slopes, funcross, snow trails, cross-country trails, toboggan runs and much more…

Bus Services/Travelling by Car

By Bus

The Ski bus service runs every 20 mins between all the villages in the valley until 5pm. You can then catch the local Postbus 680 if you are stranded in another area of the valley, this runs until around 7.30pm check the timetable in advance if your intending to stay out later to party! There is a “NIghtliner” bus which operates on certain nights late into the night, check with the tourist office for a timetable. These additional buses are not covered by your ski pass, there is a small extra charge. The 680 bus also links up with the 260 Airport bus which you can catch at Maishofen village lower down the valley, this is a useful regular sevice to Salzburg Airport costing around 27 euro return. You can find timetables on-line at www.postbus.at or download the APP.

By Car

There is free parking at this apartment at the bottom of the road, aproximately 200 metres away from the Apartment complex. You are only allowed to un-load your car at the entrance for aprox 10 mins. A details location map as to where the parking is located will be provided when booking, or you can contact us in advance through this website for more information.

Flying Option

We cannot offer any flight information during this time.

  • Hinterglemm is 1hr 45 mins from Salzburg airport, aprox 2 hrs from Salzburg airport by local bus
  • Hinterglemm is 3 hrs from Munich airport

Private Hire, Bus/Train timetables

Driving Options

From the North of England, the best ferry option is the overnight ferry from Hull - Rotterdam prices vary with North Sea Ferries. After a nights sleep, the journey is approx 9½hrs from Rotterdam, which can be easily done in a day with 2 drivers. From the South of England, the Dover - Dunkirk or Dover - Calais options seem to be the most competitive on price, with a similar travel time across to Austria of around 10 hrs. The Eurotunnel is a faster option taking just 35 min but is a little more expensive.

Additional information There are many extra costs to consider before driving across Europe; ferry cost, fuel costs, European insurance cover, European breakdown cover . From 31st December 2020 after Brexit you will require an International Driving License, available over the counter at most main post offices. You need a Vignette to travel on the motorways in Austria, this is a road tax and you can buy this at a petrol station, the minimum cost you can purchase is 7 days for 9 euro’s, if you don’t use a Motorway in Austria, you don’t need one.