Welcome to Hollersbach

The village of Hollersbach is located at the heart of the upper Pinzgau region, in Austria’s Salzburg Province. This dairy farming village dates back to the 10th Century and boasts access to the Kitzbuhel Alps. All of our ski property for sale in Hollersbach is surrounded by mountains, picturesque forests and is steeped in Alpine history.

Total Skiing - 188km (additional 359km of skiing in the region)

Property Overview:

Property prices in Hollersbach are great value for the region. It is also still possible to find property with a rare ‘second-home’ status here – great for non-EU buyers, and also for buyers who do not wish to rent their property. We have seen several new exciting projects in this region and there is a lovely mix of traditional and contemporary architecture.

What We Love About Hollersbach:

The quaint village of Hollersbach is located at the heart of the upper Pinzgau region close to the Salzach River in Austria’s Salzburg Province. This dairy farming village was founded in 1160. It is set against a breathtaking back-drop of the Hohe Tauern mountains and icy peak of the Grossvenediger at 3,666m.

Hollersbach is situated at the south end of the Kitzbühel Alps with direct access to the Kitzbühel skiing area and benefits from 188km of magnificent skiing.

In Hollersbach’s immediate vicinity there are a small selection of restaurants and shops. With the neighbouring towns of Mittersill and Stuhlfelden a short drive away, you are spoilt for choice in both summer and winter. The medieval town of Kitzbühel is just 25 minutes away and is full of chic buildings and shops with cobbled streets which are bursting with traditional Austrian charm.

At nearby Zell am See, again only 25 minutes away, you can soak up the summer sun and take a relaxing boat ride or cool off in the crystal clear lake. Lying within the Hohe Tauern National Park and with such good connections to surrounding resorts, our ski property for sale in Hollersbach is conveniently situated in a beautiful and central area of Austria.

The village is located only 1 hour 40 minutes from Salzburg and Innsbruck airports and 2 hours 20 minutes from Munich airport. It is also possible to get there by train from Salzburg.

Ski Scene:

Hollersbach is located at the heart of the Kitzbühel ski region, one of the most legendary sports areas in the Alps, and with 188km of skiing on your doorstep, it is not hard to see why. The region offers fantastic pistes with 102km of blue runs, 66km of red runs and 20km of black runs. 

The spectacular and world famous Hahnenkamm downhill race takes place in Kitzbühel every January. It is known as the toughest race of the World Cup circuit. The ‘Streif’ run on the Hahnemkamm is 3,200m long and racers can hit speeds of 88mph – this fantastic event  attracts nearly 50,000 spectators every year!

The 8 person Panoramabahn gondola ski lift connects Hollersbach directly with the Kitzbühel ski area. This means that it’s numerous ski schools and a further 500km network of cross-country trails are easily accessible. If this wasn’t enough, you can experience the wonderful ‘ski safari’ tour starting from this fabulous resort. Here you can reach the Kitzbühel Streif without having to take your skis off and journey along the tricable areal ropeway – a ride where you are suspended 400m above the ground!

Hollersbach is just five minutes from Bramberg’s 75km of family friendly wide open slopes, with great skiing through snow capped trees. For an adrenaline rush you can try the longest toboggan run in Europe! Bramberg’s famous 14km run is floodlit so the whole family can enjoy tobogganing amongst the stars.

Summer Fun:

In summertime Hollersbach is a wonderful destination with plenty of activities on offer for the young and the young at heart. As well as hiking and Nordic walking, there is a fabulous high ropes course nearby in Bramberg which is great fun for all the family!

The region is also perfect for cycling enthusiasts. With 800km of mountain bike trails and breathtaking views of Grossglockner – Austria’s tallest mountain – this is a summer activity not to miss. The gondola lifts are open throughout the summer months and can whisk you and your bike to the tree tops where you can freewheel down, stopping at the many picture perfect mountain huts along the way.

The Salzach river passes through Hollersbach and is a great place to try out exciting new watersports such as rafting and kayaking. Just 25 minutes away is the famous lakeside resort of Zell am See with its crystal clear waters. Here you can go for relaxing boat rides or cool off with a swim.

The observatory and planetarium in nearby Königsleiten opened its doors in 1996 and is the highest planetarium in Europe with a 7m dome. As many as 50 people at a time can enjoy a tour of the realistic night sky – a must see!

Just 10 minutes away is the par-70 Mittersill-Stuhlfelden Golf Club, which is surrounded by beautiful mountains. This 18-hole course has rustic hay lofts, doglegs, ponds, a small stream and a par-3 island green.

The region is even known as the ‘golf centre of Austria’ with a choice of five local golf courses, plus a further 19 courses within half an hours drive. With bike trails, hiking, rafting, kayaking, all of our ski property for sale in Hollersbach has access to some of Austria’s best summertime activities. 

Ski Resort Location:

Thinking of Visiting?:

If you would like to see any of the ski property we have for sale in Hollersbach, we would be delighted to arrange a viewing for you. Please email us at enquiries@lindforth.com or call on +44 (0) 207 486 9419

We have representatives in all the resorts we sell in who would be delighted to meet you and show you around. Simply let us know which dates you have in mind and we can help organise everything for you.

For more useful information on buying a ski chalet or apartment in Austria, see our buyers guide which will explain the purchasing procedure and costs involved.

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