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In the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrun, you can look forward to discovering 270 km of piste and much, much more for all abilities. The area is made up of 140 km blue runs for beginners, 112 km red runs for intermediates and 18 km of black runs for the more advanced, as well as a number of freeride areas and a lot of great off piste opportunities, which you can read more about below.

Those who are looking to push themselves that little bit further can take up “The Challenge” – one of the most demanding ski circuits, covering 72 kilometres of piste, 32 lifts and 12,500 vertical metres. The motto is: ski to your limit and check out your results! Every successful “Challenger” who completes the Skicircus round will see his/her success rewarded with a badge on the skiline account and will also receive a small reward from the main ski ticket office.

You don’t need to worry too much about snow conditions here either. In terms of snowmaking, no one is as fast as the Skicircus, with snowmaking facilities covering 99% of the slopes. With 13 reservoirs with a holding capacity for 1.040.300 m³ of water, the snowmaking infrastructure of the Skicircus is provided with full power – guaranteeing that one enjoys the highest level of pleasure on the piste.

Pure Freeriding Pleasure

Freeride means a lot more than just leaving fresh tracks in the deep, pristine snow. Freeride also signifies the feeling of freedom in the great outdoors, and silence that is only broken by the swooshing of the snow beneath the skis and that tremendous feeling when you discover countless pistes and freeride runs. The Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn offers fans: Freeride Parks, numerous ski routes of varying degrees of difficulty, several Check-Points, LVS avalanche transceivers and much more. The merger with Fieberbrunn has resulted in the creation of an absolute Freeride Mecca which fulfils every dream of skiing enthusiasts.