A modern 10-person gondola replaces the old Zwölferkogelbahn in Hinterglemm.
Typ: 10-person single cable gondola lift
Manufacturer: Doppelmayr Seilbahnen GmbH
Total length: 2648 m
Difference in altitude: 918 m
- Bottom station: 1066 m (Ropeheight)
- Mid station: 1530 m
- Top station: 1984 m
Capacity: More than 3500 persons per hour
Start of construction: Spring 2019
Completion: December 2019
12er KOGEL mid station
12er kogel top station
Reservoir Hochalm II
The water reservoir for snowmaking in the Hochalm area was extended in two construction stages. The usable capacity of the Hochalm II reservoir is 251,300 m³. We will now also be able to service the slopes in the area of the former Spieleck t-bar with artificial snow. Thus, we’ve just completed the next step towards absolute snow guarantee.
Start of construction: May 2018
Completion: October 2019
Capacity: 251.300 m³
NEW TICKET ALLIANCE ALPIN CARD
3 premium ski resorts, one single ticket! By merging the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn with the Schmittenhöhe in Zell am See and the glacier ski area Kitzsteinhorn Kaprun, the Ski ALPIN CARD grants access to an incredible 408 kilometres of perfectly groomed pistes and 121 ultra-modern lifts. Plus: you can extend the ski season with the Kitzsteinhorn Kaprun glacier. In future, all available tickets will be valid exclusively in these three regions. The Ski ALPIN CARD is issued as a day pass, multi-day pass or season pass. A summer and year-round pass for all regions is available, too.
New, all-encompassing guiding system in the entire ski area
To ensure a maximum joyful experience of the fantastic slopes of the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn in all their variety, you need world-class lift facilities, exceptional runs as well as a smart piste guiding system that guides the skiers easily and comfortably through the ski resort.
Two years ago, therefore, the Skicircus launched a comprehensive design process to develop a new benchmark in alpine guiding and information systems. The key criteria: an internationally comprehensible orientation at a glance in any weather condition, at any skiing speed.
The result is a clear focus on the essential, thought-through to the detail: 10 alphanumeric zones, three colors for the difficulty levels, a further one for safety/danger, detailed, distortion-free panoramic maps, info points on the entry areas, LED displays for lift/piste status and a lot more.