- Pinzgauer Lokalbahn train - The track between Niedernsill and Krimml was damaged. Therefore, the line isn't passable until further notice. A rail replacement service with buses has been set up. Trains between Zell am See and Niedernsill are operating according to the timetable.
- Current TIMETABLE
The Erlebnisberg Naglköpfl offers fun, sport and action for everyone.
Opening hours in Winter 2021/22
- Monday to Friday from 12 noon to 4 pm
- Saturday & Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm
During the holidays
5.2.22 to 20.2.22
- daily from 9 am to 4 pm
The 2G rule applies, this will be checked at the cashdesk. Children under 12 years of age don't require proof, for children from 12 to 15 years of age the Ninja Pass is valid as proof.
Change Mask obligation from 11th January 2022:
An FFP2 mask must be worn wherever the minimum distance of 2 meters cannot be maintained.
The FFP2 mask obligation applies from the age of 14 years. From the age of 6 years, the wearing of a conventional MNS protection or a hose scarf is mandatory!
Skiing in Niedernsill
The beginners' lift "Bärnbachlift" and the drag lift "Kerschbaumlift" are simply perfect for returning skiers and beginners.
- Bärnbachlift open daily from 9 am to 4 pm
- Kerschbaumleiten lift - closed!
- The current COVID-19 measures apply.
The cross-country trace leads though the glittering winter wonderland with the snow swishing under your skis. You glide silently through the silent world, gradually finding your own rhythm and feeling your thoughts become calm and clear.
- Cross-country skiing trails Piesendorf Niedernsill - open!
- Information about the cross-country skiing trails in the region can be found at bergfex.at
The cross-country ski trail between Hummersdorferbrücke bridge and Krinnerbrücke bridge (south of the Salzach river) is CLOSED from Monday, 17th January 2022 due to woodwork until further notice!
The connection Hummersdorferbrücke bridge - Piesendorf - Krinnerbrücke bridge (north of the Salzach) is open.
Noriker - changes over years - an exhibition about horses and people, who live in the Hohe Tauern National Park. In the museum you will learn about the natural and cultural history of the horse. The name Noriker is derived from the Roman province Norikum. The development to today's type has undergone many changes and is bred today in five bloodlines.
- Open from 1st February to 30th June 2022 every Tuesday from 10 am to 5 pm