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in the evenings after a hard day ski-ing, most people congregate down at this excellent and lively bar. There doesn't appear to be any website or phone details for the place, but if you visit this resort you can't help but find it.
Dress Code: there is no apparent dress code
Written Jun 1, 2004
Address: centre of town
Faster than the train! Only 2 hours and cheaper too. The bus fare can be purchased all the way to kaprun and not zell am see. Take this option!
This ski bus cuts through Germany and exits into Salzburg. The stop just after SZG airport presents suitable overnight options in penzions.
Written Dec 20, 2011
This last winter, snow was extremely limited in most of europe...skiiers were having a hard time trying to find resorts that could GUARANTEE the white stuff. I discovered Kaprun, a lovely little Austrian villlage, near the resort town of Zell Am See, in Austria. Near it lies the Kitzsteinhorn glacier, which guarantees snow and absolutly, wonderfully, organized conditions ALL YEAR ROUND! The slopes seem endless, are very well taken care of and anything a skiier could possibly need is supplied there, as well as in the village of Kaprun. The prices are fair, there are plenty of guest rooms and hotels available, and it is easily reached from either Salzburg, or Munich. Definitly worth a visit also in the summer!!
Equipment: Either bring your own, or rent. Most hotels and guest rooms can offer rental discounts to their guests at various rental shops. There is also biking available in the summer months.
Updated May 9, 2007
Address: Kaprun, Austria