Your Zell am See – Kaprun Summer card

Holiday with added value

Experience many excursion destinations in the Salzburger Land at no additional cost with the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card!

The Zell am See-Kaprun Sommercard is available for all our guests in the period from 15. May to 15. October. During your entire stay in the region you can save entrance fees time and time again. Use the Zell am See-Kaprun Summer Card as often as you like and enjoy your holiday to the full. All included services are listed on the website of Zell am See – Kaprun.

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

Free attractions

Mountain railways and chairlifts up to the Schmittenhöhe

Use all operational lifts and mountain railway on Zell’s Schmittenhöhe as frequently as you like:

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Mountain Railways up to the Kitzsteinhorn

Ascend to the alpine centre at 2,450 m above sea level with all open mountain railways – unlimited use! Up to Gipfelwelt 3000 in July and August once every six days for free, unlimited ascents in any other month. Use of the glacier ski lifts not included. All mountain railways can be reached with the discounted public transport.

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Lifts accessible by public transport free of charge.

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Cable car to the Maiskogel

Unlimited use of the Maiskogelbahn cable car. Open from 27 April 2013 to mid-October 2013.

Comfortable hiking area with quaint cottages. Cable car is accessible by public transport for free.

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Kaprun Alpine reservoirs

Use all lifts and railways to the Kaprun alpine reservoirs for free and experience the fascinating interaction of nature and technology up close! There are also starting points for numerous exciting hikes by the reservoirs.

Reach the railways more cheaply with public transport.

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Zell am See lidos

Use the three lidos Seespitz, Thumersbach and Zell am See for free! Maximum water temperature of 23 °C and drinking water quality, opening hours every day from 9 am to 7 pm. Free travel by boat, discounted travel by public transport.

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Krimmel Waterfalls

Free admission to Europe’s highest waterfalls – the spectacle of nature certified for environmental protection by the Council of Europe is open from late April to late October.

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Ferleiten Wildlife & Leisure park

Ferleiten wildlife & leisure park is open for you from 8 am from May to late October. Enjoy unlimited access with the Zell am See Kaprun card and see more than 200 animals native to the Alps on around 15,000 m². There are also many amazing hiking options at the starting point of the Grossglockner High Alpine Road and the beginning of the Käfertal.

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 High Tauern National park worlds

Unlimited access to the High Tauern National Park Worlds in Mittersill all year from 9 am to 6 pm: experience the habitat that are the high mountains around the Grossglockner, Austria’s highest summit at 3,798 m. Ten adventure stations make the fascinating nature tangible.

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Sigmund Thun Klamm, Kaprun

Cross the fascinating gorge in Kaprun across bridges via a 320 m path. This discount ticket gives you unlimited access aside from the evening event “Sagenhafte Nacht des Wassers”.

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Vorderkaserklamm, St. Martin

Enjoy unlimited admission to the Vorderkaserklamm gorge near St. Martin! More than 35 stairways, 51 bridges and 373 steps cross the 400 m long and 80 m deep gorge. Open from May to October from 9.30 am to 5 pm depending on weather conditions.

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Seisenbergklamm, Weissbach

If you have the Zell am See Kaprun summer card, you will get to enjoy free admission to the Seisenbergklamm, which was once made accessible by woodcutters. Cross this fascinating natural monument in one hour – from May to October, 8.30 am to 6.30 pm.

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Kitzlochklamm, Taxenbach

The first bridges and tunnels made the Kitzlochklamm accessible for visitors back in the 16th century. These days, you get to enjoy free admission!

Opening hours:
Early May to mid-September: 8 am to 6 pm
Mid-September to mid-October 9 am to 5 pm

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Leogang tourist mine

Retrace the steps of medieval miners with unlimited access to Salzburg’s oldest mine!

Opening hours:
May, June, September, October: guided tours at 12 am and 2 pm
July, August: continuous guided tours between 10 am and 4 pm

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Leogang mining and gothic museum

Experience the fascinating presentation of 500 years of mining history from the region around Leogang with unlimited free admission! This Europe-wide prominent collection of Gothic mining saints, panel paintings and medieval arts impresses visitors.

Opening hours:
May to October: 10 am to 5 pm
closed on Mondays!

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Tourist sawmill, Fusch/Glocknerstraße

Look forward to discounted admission to the tourist sawmill Mühlauersäge in Fusch a. d. Glocknerstrasse and learn fascinating facts about timber and forestry: € 4 for adults, €2.20 for children; guided tour included.

Opening hours:
April to October: 10 am to 6 pm
Closed on Mondays!

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Ritzen castle museum

See fascinating exhibits from life in the Pinzgau on four floors – for free! Look forward to farm life and tradition, geology, minerology, archaeology, Austria’s largest display of nativity sets and much more.

Opening hours:
May, June, October: Wednesdays, Saturday, Sundays and public holidays from 11 am to 5 pm
July, August, September: every day except Mondays from 11 am to 5 pm

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Postbus in Zell am See and Kaprun

Use the following Postbus lines for a large discount (€ 1 for adult and € 0.50 for children per ride) with the Zell am See Kaprun summer card:

  • Line 70: Zell am See city traffic
  • 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 most probably Austria’s most beautiful panoramic road for a significant discount!

First crossed more than two millennia ago, Austria’s highest mountain has lost nothing of its appeal. It’s not for nothing that the Grossglockner High Alpine Road is regarded as a premier destination for excursions with a number of impressive sights and adventure points.

Opening hours:
1 to 31 May: 6 am to 8 pm
1 June to 31 August: 5 am to 9.30 pm
1 September to early November: 6 am to 7.30 pm

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Vötter’s car museum, Kaprun

Free admission with the summer card to this special car museum! Around 200 exhibitions on a display area of 1,400 m² take car fans on a journey to the 1950s and 1970s.

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Vogtturm city museum, Zell am See

Look forward to unlimited access to Zell am See’s Vogtturm city museum. The Vogtturm, also known as Kastnerturm, is the city’s landmark and home to a four-floor museum with local and regional cultural treasures.

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