Two skiers are skiing down the ski slopes of the Schmittenhöhe mountain in Zell am See, a popular Austrian ski resort where local ski schools offer ski lessons to all those who want to learn to ski.

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Learn to ski in Zell am See


Zell am See is situated in the Kitzbühel Alps, directly at the foot of the Schmittenhöhe mountain. The resort is less than 1.5 hours drive away from Salzburg and only 2 hours away from Munich and Innsbruck. The peak of the Schmittenhöhe lies at 1,965m and offers an excellent panoramic view of the Kitzsteinhorn mountain in the adjacent Salzburg Slate Alps.

The Schmittenhöhe ski area has approximately 138km of skiable area, including the Kitzsteinhorn and Kaprun Maiskogel pistes. The resort is very popular with families and ski schools in Zell am See utilise the wide range of slopes at all levels, around 73km being beginner slopes. A single ski pass - the Ski Alpin Card - covers not only the Zell am See-Kaprun area but also the neighbouring Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn and Hinterreit regions, the three regions together offering a total of 408km of slopes.

Ski lessons for beginners in Zell am See


Beginner lessons start from age 4yrs and ski schools in Zell am See start their first-time skiers on very gentle slopes, teaching them the basics of gliding and the snowplough before moving onto simple turns.

There are several beginners areas within the resort: The lower-lying Schüttdorf and Schmittental areas have easy slopes and beginners’ lifts. Higher up the resort, further gentle slopes can be found at the areitXpress mountain station and at the Kapellenbahn, Kettingbahn and Hahnkopf lifts.

Adult beginners can also make the most of their Ski Alpin Card and explore some of the 140km of blue runs within the three resorts.

Kid’s ski lessons in Zell am See


Ski schools in Zell am See have three friendly mascots who accompany their little learners on their first days on the slope; Robby Roo, Crazy Tiger and Schmidolin the dragon. Kids’ ski lessons last for 4hrs per day, lesson groups being divided according to age and ability. Ski schools in Zell am See start by teaching their young beginners the basic techniques at the lower-lying nursery areas in Schüttdorf and Schmittental. Beginners with a little more experience quickly advance to any of the 6 blue runs within the resort, such as the route 7 run, which is a well-known confidence builder.

Young intermediate skiers are taken to red runs within the resort, the majority being situated in the Sonnkogel area. 56% of the runs within the Zell am See-Kaprun area are red, so there is plenty of space to practice. Route 12 is a very long but gentle red run and a favourite of the ski schools in Zell am See. It’s ideal for skiers who are advanced beginners to intermediate level.

Ski lesson prices in Zell am See


Ski schools in Zell-am-See offer group and private ski and snowboard lessons. The prices quoted are the lowest price per lesson within the season and do not include equipment or extras:

Kids ski lessons Adults ski lessons Snowboard lessons
Group from 46€/4hrs from 46€/4hrs from 38€/2hrs
Private from 65€/hr from 65€/hr from 60€/hr


The best ski schools in Zell am See


Ski- & Snowboardschool Zell am See


Founded in 1945, this ski school is one of the largest ski schools in Austria with more than 120 international ski instructors and years of experience. Lessons are offered in English, German.

Meeting point: Top station CityXpress, Schmittenstraße 7, Zell am See

CheckYeti customers reviews: kids-friendly, experienced, patient

Skischule Zell am See Outdo


The Outdo Ski and Snowboard School team speaks several languages and offers kids and adults a relaxed and fun learning environment. Lessons are offered in English, German and Danish.

Meeting point: Meet at the ski school office in Zell am See, Schmittenstraße 8

CheckYeti customers reviews: relaxed, experienced, beginner-friendly

Ski school Entleitner


This small family ski school in Zell am See was founded in 1974 and is now in its second generation. Individualised and high-quality private lessons are given in English, German and Dutch.

Meeting point: Arranged individually

CheckYeti customers reviews: experienced, relaxed, beginner-friendly

Ski School Bewegt Kaprun


Private lessons, ski touring and snowshoeing lessons are offered in English and German by this friendly team.

Meeting point: Arranged individually

CheckYeti customers reviews: experienced, beginner-friendly, patient

Ski and snowboard School Kaprun


Established in 1952, the multinational team from this ski school in Zell am See offers private ski and freeriding lessons for all ages in English and German.

Meeting point: Arranged individually

CheckYeti customers reviews: beginner-friendly, patient, experienced

Ski hire Zell am See


Some ski schools in Zell am See offer lessons with ski hire included. For skiers who prefer to hire their equipment, there are 9 ski hire centres within the town centre, plus 7 more within the resort.

What makes learning to ski in Zell am See so special


Located at the Schmittenhöhe is a snow park with 12 obstacles, designed for beginner to advanced skiers. With butter boxes, wave boxes and kickers, the park is recommended by ski schools in Zell am See for novices who want to have a first try at freestyling. For those with a bit more skiing experience, there are industry pipes, a jib ton and various rails and kickers.

Right next to the snowpark is the Funslope XXL, which means guaranteed fun for all the family. Easy snow waves, quick banked turns and a spectacular snow tunnel make the Funslope XXL the place to be after lessons are over.
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