Ski resort Saalbach (Saalbach) – Austria
Ski Circus Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang is one of the largest connected ski regions in the Alps. It consists of three small towns, which, despite the fact that they have developed into elite ski resorts, still preserve their rural charm.
If you are coming from outside the borders of Austria, look at the cameras at the border crossings
and the cameras at the toll booths
from the direction you are coming to Saalbach.
Webcams Saalbach/Schattberg-West 2100 m
Webcams Saalbach/Hinterglemm Tal 1070 m
Webcams Saalbach/Kohlmais Tal 1040 m
Webcams Fieberbrunn/Reckmoos 1850 m
Webcams Saalbach/Schattberg-Ost 2020 m
Webcams Saalbach/Zwölferkogel 1984 m
Webcams Saalbach/Kohlmaiskopf 1794 m
Webcams Saalbach/Wildenkarkogel 1910 m
Webcams Fieberbrunn/Mittelstation Streuböden 1210 m
Saalbach and Hinterglemm, in the Glemmtal valley, have been since 1987. were officially merged into one local community, and the ski region also includes the former mining village of Leogang in the nearby valley of the same name.
A total of about 200 kilometers of trails are a guarantee that everyone, from beginners to experienced skiers and snowboarders, will have a great experience here. For children, there is also an amusement park in the snow, running tracks, an illuminated toboggan run, and a ski kindergarten. 1991. The world championship in alpine skiing was held in Saalbach.