Zell am See Sports & Outdoors

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    Swimming

    by i-bella Updated Aug 28, 2007

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    Zell am See has all the facilities for water fun, for children and for adults. The Strandbad (beach) has a springboard tower of 5 meters, giant waterslides, jet-spray showers. There are also pools with heated water.
    The alternative to the beach is the Hallenbad, with an indoor swimming pool that is 25 meters long.

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    Walking in Schmitten

    by i-bella Written Aug 24, 2007

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    The mountain paths that are nearest to Zell am See are really very near. The cableway station is at the outskirts of the village and it takes you to Schmittenhoehe, the starting point of five paths. The view of the lake is wonderful and also the view of the high mountain tops to the south. A very detailed and useful description of the paths and of the other activities and attractions can be found in the website I indicate below.

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    ski is the best

    by glampronikos Updated Jun 5, 2007
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    very good area but the snow at the low slopes sometimes is pure ....great view from above ..u ski and u see the lake down ...u have to do it to understand me ...GREAT VIEW my friends

    Equipment: GOOD IN EVERY SKI STORE ..NEW MODELS EVERY WERE

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    Zell am See & Kaprun

    by RACCOON1 Updated Aug 28, 2004

    The Zell am See Ski Area is a low resort . Base elevation at 1220 m and top elevation at 2005 m . This creates a snow problem . If however you there when the snow is good you will find that the slopes receive a lot of sun . Add some Austrian mountain side reataurants , Austrian beer, weiners and sauerkraut and you have a memorable day.

    The ski pass allows access to nearby Kaprun , a higher ski area , an area which can get very crowded.

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    • Skiing and Boarding

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