The A1+A2 Schattberg X-press gondola valley station is located in the centre of Saalbach. The top station lies at an altitude of 2,020 m. Free parking is available at the valley station (parking ticket must be validated at the A1+A2 Schattberg X-press gondola cash desk).
Attractions on Schattberg:
- Summit Playground
- X-Line and new fAIRy-Line (bike trails)
- The Seven Summits (starting point mountain hike)
- Pinzgau Walk (starting point mountain hike, free descent with the Schmittenhöhe cable car in Zell am See for JOKER CARD holders)
16 June to 25 September & 30 September to 3 October 2022
Daily, 9.00 am to 4.15 pm
First ascent: 9.00 am
Last ascent: Hiker: 4.00 pm, Biker: 4.15 pm
Last descent: 4.15 pm
Special operating hours for “The Seven Summits” tour: Cable car ascent from Monday to Friday 7.30 am to 7.40 am possible, next regular cable car ascent at 9.00 am
Free use for JOKER CARD holders!
Ascent and descent prices:
(for guests without a JOKER CARD)
|Mountain Explore Card||€ 30.00||€ 22.50||€ 15.00|
* Adolescents born between 2004 - 2006 (photo ID needed)
** Children born between 2007 - 2016 (photo ID needed)
Parents, take note – Family Bonus: When parents buy single tickets, one child up to 16 (born between 2007 - 2016, photo ID needed) pays the regular price, the second child pays 50% and all of the other children travel for free. Children up to 6 (born in 2017 or later, photo ID needed) travel for free when accompanied by their parents. The Family Bonus does not apply to the WanderCard and bike tickets.
Ticket sales: Tickets are available at the A1+A2 Schattberg X-press gondola valley station during operating hours.
Dogs: Dogs must wear a muzzle in the cable cars! Transportation fee: Day ticket € 5.00 | 7-day ticket € 20.00 | Season ticket € 50.00
All prices include 10% VAT, subject to misprints and change.
As a result of circumstances beyond our control restricting the freedom to travel and/or the operation of the lifts, the opening date and/or number of lifts in operation may be revised at short notice. These include, for example, limitations on the freedom to travel within Europe as well as the ban on accommodation opening and/or operation of lifts due to official Covid-19 measures. At higher altitudes, a large amount of residual snow may prevent the safe running of individual bike trails or hiking paths at the start of the season. If this were to be the case, it would have an impact on the operation of certain lifts or sub-sections.