Après-ski in Kaprun

Party, fun, and entertainment

Where is the après-ski? This question will never be asked during your ski vacation in Kaprun on the Kitzsteinhorn! Whether you choose a cozy venue with live music or the classic après-ski in Kaprun in one of the ski huts on the slopes or the bars down in the valley, an après-ski experience is guaranteed.

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On the slopes

With sun and snow as far as the eye can see, cool sounds and classy drinks, a winter vacation in the Kitzsteinhorn glacier area is all about one thing: enjoying yourself – from morning to night.

The mid-station of the Langwiedbahn is renowned for its après-ski. At the Häuslalm mountain restaurant and at the umbrella bar, you can shake a leg to hot rhythms and enjoy local delicacies with a view of the breathtaking mountains. www.haeuslhof.at

Huts with music

Sun-hungry skiers in search of après-ski can find absolute bliss on the terrace of the Polar Bear Bar. Located directly on the Maiskogel on slope No. 33, the perfect party mood arises in the afternoon with the sound of ski hits and party drinks. Also, at the Lechnerberg, The Christl’s Alm lies directly at the ski lift and is popular meeting place.

In the valley

Whether on the mountain surrounded by the grandiose panorama of the 3000-meter mountains or in the valley with a view of its mighty peaks: après-ski in Kaprun is always an experience. Whether you are in the village or near the center, here are our party tips. The Baumbar Kaprun is a very cool bar, as is the Schneiderei and both are located next to the Maiskogelbahn valley station. If you want an “Après-chill” environment, fireplaces and cozy sheepskins will keep you warm at the Pavillon, located directly in the center of Kaprun.

An overview of the après-ski venues in Kaprun and Zell am See can be found at www.zellamsee-kaprun.com.

Frequently asked questions:

In principle, the limit for blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.5 milligrams of alcohol per milliliter of blood and this limit is applicable to those who choose skis or snowboards, as their mode of transport. Should a skiing accident occur, it can be expensive even if you are below this limit, as liability and accident insurance companies will not cover you.

Especially in winter, cabs are available at the valley stations. Outside of the cable car operating hours, taxis can be on site in a few minutes after you order them.