HOME OF LÄSSIG APP
From winter 2022/23, the new Home of Lässig app for the whole Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn area guarantees even more service and information directly on your phone. For the first time, all resorts with all offers on the mountain are integrated in one app.
NEW: Point-to-point navigation in the entire ski area based on status information about lifts and slopes in real time. This means that you can be guided easily from A to B, safe in the knowledge that closed pistes or lifts are not included in your journey. Book a hotel or mountain railway ticket quickly and easily, check event information, weather and snow reports or the avalanche situation! The new app provides the latest information from the entire region all year round. And those who participate on the popular ski and bike challenge can now track their own successes in even greater detail thanks to GPS recording. The optional login also makes the app even more personal.
THE HOME OF LÄSSIG APP IS FREE - INSTALL NOW!
- Download link Android
- Download link IOS (iPhone)
- App tip for off-track fans: Snowsafe
In summer, the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn is once again investing in improving comfort for all winter sports fans.
Modern 8-seater chairlift with heated seats and bubbles replaces the old 6-seater L7 sports lift
After 20 years of operation, the 6-seater Sportbahn 2000 chairlift was carefully dismantled after the 2021/22 winter season and given a second life in a Polish ski area in the spirit of sustainability. After several months of construction, a new highlight is being built in its place for optimal skiing fun: a state-of-the-art detachable 8-seater chairlift with weather protection hood and safety bar from Doppelmayr with a capacity of 3,700 people per hour.
Managing Director of the Leoganger Bergbahnen, Kornel Grundner, is happy about the quality improvement in the Asitzmulde and explains: "This last piece of the puzzle had been in the plan for a long time, but Corona put the implementation on hold. At the end of January 2022, however, the starting signal was given and with the start of the season all winter sports enthusiasts can not only look forward to a state-of-the-art, fast lift, but also to an even wider and more comfortable slope in the area of the valley station. In terms of design, the station buildings fit perfectly into the line of the Steinbergbahn, Muldenbahn and Asitzgipfelbahn and also include heated group rooms and lockers. A photovoltaic system on the south side of the valley station provides green solar power for the operation of the underfloor heating in the offices, toilet facilities and lounge.”
Start of construction: April 2022
Completion: November 2022
Transport capacity: 3,700 people per hour
Length: around 836 m
Difference in altitude: 236.5 m
Driving time: 2.9 minutes