Kaprun Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:-
- Terrain Parks:4
- X-Country:18 km
Kaprun is open all year thanks to its glacier that reaches up to 3203m. The funicular railway has now been replaced by a new gondola system. There is a bottle-neck to get up the mountain from the base at Kaprun but once there, there seldom seems to be a long queue. Great off-piste to be had but most of the Kaprun mountain falls within the beginner-intermediate category. However, your pass will allow you to visit nearby Zell am See (5km away) which is bigger and has more advanced terrain. Off the slopes, Kaprun is a large sprawling place with a good mixture of traditional Austrian eating and newer cuisine and has a lively nightlife.
- Nearest Airport:Salzburg
- Nearest Train Station:Zell am See
- Tourist Office Phone:+43 0 6542 770 0
- Tourist Office Website:www.zellamsee-kaprun.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
Announcements & News from the Kaprun ski resort manager
Latest Snow Reportview full snow report
- Issued:18 Apr
- Last Snowfall:6 April 2018
- Snow Depth (upper):305cm
- Snow Depth (lower):105cm
- Off-piste:Best up high
Today’s Weather (1970 m)view full snow forecast
Kaprun Location Maps
Visitor Reviews of Kaprun
Nick Russill from United Kingdom writes:
I've just returned from Kaprun after a couple of days spent taking advantage of the superb snow conditions following recent heavy snowfall.
The resort has come on a lot since I last visited around ten years ago and the addition this year (2015) of the new Gletscherjet 3 + 4 lifts mean much less time spent queueing; spectacular views all the way up to 3000m.