Leogang Travel Guide
Leogang Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Salzburg
- Resort Altitude (metres): 800m
- Ski Season: December to April
- Mountain Range: The Alps
- Number of Lifts: 10
- Highest Lift (metres): 1914m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 800m
- Number of Slopes: 9
- Snowboarding: Yes: park & halfpipe
- Cross Country (km): 38 km
Leogang Ski Information
Should you wish to take a break from skiing, you can visit the nearest town of Salzburg, which offers a great selection of activities. The Carolino Augusteum-Volkskundemuseum is a wonderful place to visit for those who wish to do a bit of sightseeing. The museum is home to an interesting collection of local folk art and traditional costumes. The Salzburger Tiergarten Hellbrunn is a place to visit for a fun-filled family outing. The zoo is home to a diverse selection of animals, ranging from otters and white rhinoceros to antelope, cheetahs and griffin vultures.
- Languages: German Turkish Slovenian Croatian English
- Temperatures: 1°C
- Driving: Drivers drive on the right-hand side of the road
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies : 112/122
- Population: 3040
- Religion: 88% Roman Catholic 6% Protestant
The resort offers a very laid-back Apre ski scene, which consists mainly of a small selection of bars and nightclubs, as well as a couple of shops and a selection of nice restaurants offering a lovely range of traditional Austrian and international cuisine. The resort is also equipped with a bowling alley and ice rink, which is sure to offer hours of amusement for both young and old. There is also a gym equipped with an ice rink, as well as stunning walking trails and paragliding facilities.
The Leogang ski resort is chairlift linked to Saalbach and Hinterglem. The resort is situated in a natural basin, which ensures a wonderful micro-climate perfect for snow. The resort features a total of 10 lifts and 9 slopes, which are predominantly favoured by intermediates and beginners. Expert skiers will have to venture to the off-piste skiing area, should they wish to enjoy a bit more of a challenge. The resort caters well for snowboarders with a well equipped specialised boarding park and halfpipe. The Apre ski scene is pretty relaxed and laid-back, consisiting mainly of a small selection of bars and nightclubs, as well as a couple of shops and a selection of nice restaurants offering a lovely range of traditional Austrian and international cuisine.
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