There are two INTERSPORT Rent shops in Hinterglemm, and they both carry the latest winter sports equipment from leading manufacturers. Whether you need wide and particularly light skis for your off-piste adventures, slalom carvers for the groomed slopes or flexible freestyle boards for the terrain park: Our RENTertainers will be happy to advise you. Their mission: to make your stay in Hinterglemm a perfect winter holiday experience!
Convenient and time-saving: You can pre-order your equipment online before your arrival. Simply select your desired gear in our online shop, book it and then collect it on site after you get to Hinterglemm. Our RENTertainers will have everything ready for you.
Hinterglemm is part of the famous Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn. The merger has turned the region into an extensive and diverse ski area for freeriders, families and many other winter sports enthusiasts.
For skiers and snowboarders with children, there are numerous kids areas and other options for fun in the snow on A9 Unterschwarzachbahn slope. On the SkiMovie race course, on the speed and snow tubing course or at the FamilyPark: Fun and variety are guaranteed in Hinterglemm.
... you’ve always wanted to go night sledging on the floodlit A9 Unterschwarzachbahn run.
... you and your kids want to put your freestyle skills to the test at FamilyPark U-Bahn.
... you want to swoosh down action-packed downhill runs with your family – including Funslope Zwölfer and Funslope U-Bahn.
... you can’t wait to see your personal best captured on camera on the SkiMovie slope. The starting point is at A9 Unterschwarzachbahn cable car in Hinterglemm.
D1 Reiterkogelbahn cable car in Hinterglemm takes you and your family and friends quickly and comfortably up to higher altitudes. Once at the top, your sledging adventures can start. During the day or in the evening: Gliding down the 3.2-kilometre sledging run is fun no matter the time of day.
Thanks to a generous width of five metres, you can even sledge side by side. What's more, you don't need to bring your own sledge – you can rent one at the valley station.