Variety-packed winter fun is guaranteed in the holiday towns of Bruck and Fusch.
in Bruck and Fusch you and your loved ones get to experience unforgettable moments.
Have some tobogganing fun, day and night, on the 3 km Kohlschnait toboggan run, which heads from the managed Kohlschnaithütte into Brucker Tal. The toboggan run is romantically lit up at night. A specific snow-making facility ensures tobogganing fun from the start of December right through until March. A fun evening in Alpine lodge, with some tobogganing afterwards, definitely ought to feature during a winter holiday in Bruck Fusch.
Berggasthof Kohlschnait – The Eder Family
A-5662 Bruck Glocknerstraße
Tel: +43 6545 6112
For anyone who is looking for a fun, sports-packed alternative to fun on the piste, sledding is the perfect alternative. In Bruck, behind Gasthof Zacherlbräu, there is a free floodlit outdoor ice rink. Explore your talent in this popular sport and impress all the family with your ice skating prowess.
During particularly cold winters, Lake Zell freezes over, becoming a unique ice-skating paradise. The lake provides a huge expanse of ice on which you get to really enjoy the surrounding spectacular mountains and our wonderful nature.
The activities in the ice hall in nearby Zell am See are not dependent on the weather conditions and skate hire is available too. The leisure centre is a sought-after excursion destination for locals and holiday-makers alike. Fun for all the family is guaranteed!
It is a wonderful day. The snow is glistening and the sun is shining on your face as you practice your turns out on the slopes.
Where in the summer hikers and cyclists are out and about, in the winter, cross-country skiers glide through the snow-covered winter landscapes.
The region has very well-tended cross-country slopes, linked to some 200 km Pinzgau trail and the Fischhorn trail (4.4 km).
Snap on your cross-country skis after dusk and enjoy skiing in a romantic atmosphere, as you gaze in wonder at the clear starry skies.
Experienced skaters who are looking for more of a challenge and who want to cover a few more metres altitude, should take a closer look at the 5km slope in Fusch.
The altitude slopes in Mittersill - Pass Thurn and Hochfilzen provide a bit of variety and are particularly snow-assured. Mittersill's upland moor slope is located at 1250 m altitude, is 22 km in length and provides dreamy views to Hohe Tauern National Park.
Experience the impressive winter landscapes and enjoy the rays of Alpine sunshine on your skin. We guarantee unforgettable moments during snow-shoe hikes in the snow-covered woodlands in our region. In Bruck and Fusch we offer you over 25 km of cleared, well-tended winter hiking trails with links to Zell am See and Kaprun.
Wander through magical winter landscapes and head up to the idyllically located Alpine lodges and summit views. These provide you with insights into a dreamy winter realm and also re-harmonise your entire body.
Head through the deep snow with minimal effort wearing a pair of snow shoes and you will quickly appreciate the greatest benefit of all – snow shoes help you become immersed in natural surroundings, in which wearing normal shoes you would just sink into the deep snow.
The winter hiking paths on the nearby Schmittenhöhe proceed up to some 2000 metres, along the mountain ridge and provide superb views to the snow-covered summits of the Hohe Tauern
and the Limestone Alps.
Information about winter and snow-shoe hikes on the mountain is available in our weekly programme and direct at Schmittenhöhebahn Zell am See.
A highlight during your winter holiday in Bruck Fusch: a horse-drawn carriage ride.
Wrapped up in warm blankets, you get to enjoy the area in your holiday destination during a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride. As you sit comfortably in a horse-drawn carriage, you get to glide through the idyllic landscape in SalzburgerLand.
Whether it is with friends or all the family, or romantically together as a couple – during a horse-drawn carriage ride when you are on holiday, you can let your thoughts roam and enjoy your winter break to the full.
Mr Höllwerth, Zell am See Tel: +43 676 7344848
Price on request. Warm clothing recommended.
Woferlgut swimming area
Want to relax after an action-packed day in the snow? In the 4500m² Woferlgut wellness area you can bring the evening to a cosy close in the whirlpool, or in the year-round heated outdoor pool.
For those of you who cannot get enough sport, the hotel also has a very well-equipped fitness studio and a 50m indoor sports pool with two lanes.
Travelling as a family? Then let off steam with your children in the separate parents, baby, and infant pool which has a water play area and giant tyre slide, spanning a length of over 100m. Family fun assured!
Zell am See indoor pool
Would you like to experience the perfect day of swimming during your winter holiday – even if the weather doesn't really play along? In the indoor pool in Zell am See you not only get to do a few laps, there is so much more to experience too. A water paradise awaits, with a 74 m water slide, 3 m diving tower and 25 m sports pool.
Heard of Aqua Fit? Get your circulation going with some underwater keep-fit, then unwind afterwards in the sauna area in the indoor pool in Zell am See.
Tauern Spa Kaprun
TAUERN SPA nestles in a unique landscape in the Zell am See – Kaprun region, offering a breath-taking view to the Kitzsteinhorn and the 3000 metre mountains in the Hohe Tauern National Park – as well as pools, there are also saunas and relaxation areas.
An exceptional outdoor SPA experience along with indoor pools, saunas and fitness on an area spanning some 20,000 m² awaits!
Felsentherme Bad Gastein
Felsentherme Bad Gastein is unique in terms of its blend of architecture, rocks and thermal water, and has enjoyed great popularity for decades. The different spa areas, partly surrounded by natural cliff faces, provides numerous opportunities for every spa visitor to organise a spa day to suit their needs. The some 1100m altitude location, Gastein Thermal Water and the breath-taking views to the Gastein mountains – an experience!
Alpentherme Gastein in Bad Hofgastein is Europe's most state-of-the-art Alpine health and leisure area. Awaiting guests, on an area spanning more than 30,000 m², are six adventure and health realms with unique 360° Alpine panoramic views, superb water slides, a multimedia 'Erlebnisdom', geysers, relaxation and wellness oases and the vitreous ICE CUBE cocktail bar & lounge.
In the sauna world, along with a mountain lake, the new CASCADIA sauna with infusions offered daily, await.
Year-round selection – alternative when the weather is not great – knowledge sharing for schools
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Thrills through and through – The first Alpine roller-coaster in Salzburger Land is open in the winter too.
Securely heading along the rails, this two-seater coaster heads down into the valley at speeds of up to 40 km/hr, whatever the weather. The integrated waves, jumps and spinning tops provide even more adrenaline – huge fun for all ages. The start and finish for the coaster is right next to the new 'MK Maiskogelbahn' in the centre of Kaprun.
Toboggan fun for all the family, throughout the year and whatever the weather!
Maisiflitzer Rollercoaster Kaprun
National Park Centre Mittersill is a unique, 1800 m² adventure realm in the Alps.
The Hohe Tauern National Park has the highest summits in Austria and its inhabitants, including ibex, chamois and the snow vole are within touching distance. Ten exciting stations to get to grips with, smell and listen at, are there waiting to be discovered.
The National Park Centre is open daily.
National Park Centre Hohe Tauern Mittersill
A local history museum that is really worth a look and which his located in the over 1000 year-old Vogtturm.
Split over 4 floors, it provides an insight into the local history here.
The salt realms on the Dürrnberg near Hallein are caves providing wealth for the city and the state of Salzburg.
In the oldest exhibition mine in the world you get to head into the some 2500 year history of salt – 'White Gold' of earlier centuries. Follow in the footsteps of the Celts who mined salt here 400 B. C. Explore the mysterious realm of the miners who pummelled the kilometre-long cave labyrinths in the mountain with their own hands.
Open whatever the weather – whether it is hot or rainy.
Discover the first trace of the settlement and see why high society holidayed here in the 19th century. The power station building and the glacier ski area are other themes.
The museum, which houses in the old Steinerbauernhaus on the Kirchbichl in Kaprun, specialises in particular in prehistoric times and tourism, and is also dedicated to the high mountain reservoirs and their construction. Special exhibitions complete the selection available.
Do you still have questions about your holiday in the BRUCK FUSCH | GROSSGLOCKNER holiday region?
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