|Location||Zell am See, Austria|
|Vertical rise||801.0 m|
|Inclined length||2,883.0 m|
The Schmitten ski area in Salzburg is expanding its winter sports offer with a new 10-passenger gondola lift. The zellamseeXpress, which went into service in winter 2016/2017, brings guests from the Glemm Valley up to the Schmitten. From there, the new lift makes a 3.5-kilometerlong descent accessible once again, which had been popular with skiers during the period from 1930 to 1980. Doppelmayr took charge of the construction of the zellamseeXpress. The D-Line gondola lift offers everything the heart desires in terms of first-class travel. In addition to the comfortable seat heating, passengers can enjoy a world first. In the six Jukeboxx cabins, they can log on using the free WLAN and are then automatically pointed to a Jukeboxx button, enabling them to select their favorite hit and listen to it during the trip.
The zellamseeXpress runs from an angle station above Viehhofen to the top station on the Salersbachköpfl at an elevation of 1,920 m (Section 2). By 2018, Section I will also be extended down to Viehhofen as part of a second construction phase.