The Challenge – Ski your Limit

“Experience the ultimate challenge on the slopes: The Challenge Saalbach! With 65 kilometers of downhill slopes, 32 lifts, and 12,400 meters of altitude difference, it is one of the most demanding ski circuits in the Alps. In about 7 hours, you can push your skiing limits. Challenge the slopes and yourself—be ready for The Challenge Saalbach Hinterglemm Ski Challenge!”

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The Ultimate Challenge: Saalbach Ski Challenge!

The ultimate challenge awaits you: “The Challenge Saalbach”. The Skicircus challenges its guests with one of the most demanding ski circuits of the winter. Under the motto “Ski your limit” hides a unique adventure that thrills skiers of all skill levels.

An Adventure in 7 Hours

The Skicircus circuit in the Home of Lässig stretches over about 7 hours and is achievable for athletic skiers without planning an extensive lunch break. Challenge yourself and experience the most intense skiing experience of your life.

The Challenge vs. The Classics

“The Challenge” sets new standards and surpasses even renowned ski circuits like the “Sellaronda”, the “Weiße Ring”, or the “Königstour” in the Alps. You should plan about seven hours for this challenging ski circuit in the Skicircus, which leads you once around one of the most versatile and extensive ski areas in Austria. In this challenge, athletic performance undoubtedly takes center stage.

Huts and Panoramic Views Put on Ice

There’s little time for leisurely breaks with “The Challenge”. Stopping at cozy huts along the route and enjoying panoramic views must be postponed to the next ski day. Instead, the goal is to conquer 32 lifts between Saalbach Hinterglemm, Leogang, and Fieberbrunn to master this ski marathon. Dare to push the limits of your endurance and experience unforgettable moments on the slopes of Saalbach Hinterglemm.