Your Zell am See – Kaprun Summer Card

Holiday with added value

Experience many excursion destinations in Salzburger Land without additional costs with the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card!

The Zell am See-Kaprun Sommercard is available to all our guests from May 15th to October 30th. You can save on entrance fees over and over again throughout your stay in the region. Use the Zell am See-Kaprun summer card as often as you like and enjoy your holiday to the fullest. All included services are listed on the Zell am See – Kaprun website.

Click here for the brochure of the Zell am See-Kaprun Sommrcard.

  • In July and August, the summer card is valid from 3 p.m. on the day of arrival
  • 4 attractions can be used in July & August from the 2nd day of stay :
    – Schmittenhöhe summit trip via Schmittenhöhenbahn and TrassXpress
    – Summit lift and Gletscherjet 3+4 on the Kitzsteinhorn (journey from the Alpincenter)
    – Boat trip on Lake Zell
    – High mountain reservoirs Kaprun
  • unrestricted validity on the day of departure

All information about the Zell am See – Kaprun Card can now also be found on an app for your smartphone! You can find all the information here.

Free and discounted attractions

Cable cars and chair lifts on the Schmittenhöhe

Use all the lifts and cable cars that are in operation on the Zeller Schmittenhöhe as often as you want:

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Cable cars on the Kitzsteinhorn

With all open cable cars to the Alpincenter at 2,450 m above sea level – unlimited use! Up to the summit world 3000 in July and August once within six days free of charge, in further months unlimited. Use of the glacier ski lifts not included. All cable cars can be reached by public transport at a discount.

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Cable cars accessible by public transport free of charge.

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Boat trip on Lake Zell

Round trip and crossing from Zell am See to Thumersbach as often as you want; in July and August one round trip within six days with the Zell am See-Kaprun summer card.

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High mountain reservoirs Kaprun

Use all the lifts to the Kaprun high mountain reservoirs free of charge and experience the fascinating interplay of nature and technology up close! There are also starting points for numerous exciting hikes at the reservoirs.

You can reach the lifts more cheaply by public transport.

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Beach baths in Zell am See

Use the three lidos in Seespitz, Thumersbach and Zell am See for free! Up to 23 °C water temperature and drinking water quality, opening times daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Arrival free of charge or reduced by crossing and public transport.

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Krimml Waterfalls

Free admission to the highest waterfalls in Europe – the spectacle, which has been awarded the Council of Europe’s nature conservation diploma, is open from the end of April to the end of October.

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Wildlife & amusement park Ferleiten in Fusch / Ferleiten

From May to the end of October, the Ferleiten wildlife and leisure park is open to you from 8 a.m. With the Zell am See-Kaprun card you have unlimited entry to see over 200 animals living in the Alps on an area of approx. 15,000 m². Here at the starting point of the Großglockner High Alpine Road and at the beginning of the Käfertal there are also fantastic hiking opportunities.

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National Park Center Hohe Tauern

Unlimited entry to the Hohe Tauern National Park Worlds in Mittersill, all year round from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Experience the high mountain habitat around the Großglockner, Austria’s highest peak at 3,798 m, up close! Ten adventure stations make the fascinating nature tangible.

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Sigmund Thun Gorge, Kaprun

You cross the fascinating gorge in Kaprun over bridges and footbridges over a 320 m long path. With this advantage ticket you have unlimited entry, apart from the evening event “Fabulous Night of Water”.

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Vorderkaser Gorge, St. Martin

Enjoy unlimited entry to the Vorderkaserklamm near St. Martin! More than 35 stairs, 51 footbridges and 373 steps cross the 400 meter long gorge with a depth of 80 meters. Depending on the weather, it is open from May to October from 9.30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Seisenberg Gorge, Weissbach

As a holder of the Zell am See-Kaprun Sommercard, you can enjoy free entry to the Seisenbergklamm, which was once made accessible by woodcutters. In one hour you will walk through this fascinating natural monument – from May to October, 8.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

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Kitzlochklamm, Taxenbach

The first footbridges and tunnels in the Kitzlochklamm opened up this spectacle to visitors as early as the 16th century. Enjoy free entry today!

Opening hours:
Early May to mid-September: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m
Mid-September to mid-October: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m

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Leogang show mine

Follow in the footsteps of medieval miners with unlimited entry to Salzburg’s oldest mine!

Opening hours:
May, June, September, October: guided tours at 12.00 p.m. and 2.00 p.m
July, August: guided tours continuously between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m

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Leogang Mining Museum

Experience the fascinating presentation of the 500-year-old mining history from the Leogang region with unlimited free entry! The Europe-wide important collection of Gothic mining saints and panel paintings as well as medieval art inspires.

Opening hours:
May to October: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
Monday rest day!

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Show sawmill Mühlauersaege, Fusch / Glocknerstrasse

Look forward to reduced admission to the Mühlauersaege sawmill in Fusch on the Glocknerstrasse and learn interesting facts about wood and the forest: €4 for adults, €2.20 for children; Guide included.

Opening hours:
April to October: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m
Monday rest day!

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Pinzgauer Heimatmuseum Schloss Ritzen, Saalfelden

Let yourself be inspired by exhibits from Pinzgau life on four floors, and with free entry! Rural love and tradition, geology, mineralogy, archaeology, Austria’s large crib show and much more await you.

Opening hours:
May, June, October: Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m
July, August, September: Every day except Monday from 11am to 5pm

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Postbus in Zell am See and Kaprun

Use the following Postbus lines at a reduced rate (€1 per trip for adults and €0.50 for children) with the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card:

  • Line 70: City transport Zell am See
  • Line 71: Zell am See – Schmittenhöhenbahn valley station
  • Line 660: Thumersbach – Zell am See – Kaprun

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Grossglockner High Alpine Road

Drive on what is perhaps the most beautiful panoramic road in the country at a great discount!

Crossed for the first time more than two thousand years ago, Austria’s highest mountain has lost none of its flair. It is not for nothing that the Großglockner High Alpine Road is considered a major excursion highlight with a number of exciting sights and adventure stations.

Opening hours:
Beginning of May to May 31st: 06.00 to 20.00
June 1st to August 31st: 5am to 9.30pm
September 1st to early November : 6am to 7.30pm

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Vötter’s car museum, Kaprun

Free entry with the summer card to the special vehicle museum! Approx. 200 exhibits on 1,400 m² of exhibition space take automobile fans back to the 1950s and 1970s.

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City Museum Vogtturm, Zell am See

Look forward to unlimited entry to the Zeller Stadtmuseum Vogtturm, Zell am See. The Vogt or Kastner Tower, the city’s landmark, is home to a four-storey museum with local and regional cultural treasures.

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