The ski resort of Zell am See are popular all year round with holidaymakers looking for an adventure. Located high in the Austrian mountains, the resort is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The snow-capped peaks and still, clear lakes are a delightful counterpart to the various busy ski slopes which are popular with tourists. The lake next to which the town is located is a fabulous location for watersports and also one of the cleanest swimming lakes in the region. If you visit in the summer, an adjacent self-catering apartment will allow you to take a cool, refreshing swim every morning – a favourite activity of many visitors.
Renting holiday accommodation in Zell am See
To get the most out of your skiing holiday, self-catering apartments in Zell am See allow you the ultimate in flexibility during your stay. After a long day of trekking the slopes, imagine being able to return to a place which feels like your own to recharge your batteries every evening. HouseTrip.com offers a full range of Zell am See apartments with all of the amenities you will need to make your holiday special. Best of all, the views of the amazing mountain ranges which you’ll see from your window are truly breathtaking.
Where to stay in Zell am See
Any accommodation in Zell am See is ideal for snowboarders as you’ll be right on the edge of the action every day. The boarder cross runs, snow parks and the high altitude Kitzsteinhorn Glacier will be moments away from your holiday apartment as well as the delightful lakeside town. The buildings and atmosphere of Zell am See exude a charm which captivates visitors year after year. If you don’t want to travel too far for perfect skiing, cottages in Zell am See mean that you won’t have to trek for longer than a few minutes. Best of all, although the area is very popular with groups of vacationers, the town is very quiet, even at night, giving you the chance to enjoy the peaceful surroundings from your cosy holiday let.
Zell am See with the family
Zell am See boasts a huge variety of downhill pistes and glacier ski slopes, making it a fantastic destination for families looking to spend time getting active outside. The wider pistes are welcoming for complete beginners and there’s plenty of room for everything, whether you’re skiing or snowboarding. There are also plenty of cross-country ski trails and some exciting black runs. If you’d rather take things at a slower pace, snow hiking, ice skating and toboganning are also available. In the summer months, the mountain hiking, climbing and biking is what attracts the most visitors to the area. Whenever you visit, there’ll always be something to capture everyone’s interest.