Partnerships Bulletin Ski Trip 2016

Wednesday 13th - Saturday 16th January 2016

Partnerships Bulletin is delighted to announce its inaugural Ski Trip will take place on Wednesday 13 – Saturday 16 January 2016

Partnerships Bulletin is delighted to announce its inaugural Ski Trip will take place on Wednesday 13 – Saturday 16 January 2016.

The three night trip will combine two full days’ skiing, with investor-led seminars and many opportunities to network both on and off the slopes.
Taking place in the traditional yet vibrant resort of Zell am See, Austria, the trip includes three nights’ single occupancy bed and breakfast at the 3 star Hotel Gruener Baum – 7 minutes’ walk from the slopes, airport group transfers (for selected flights), two-day ski pass and, two group dinners (one of which is a traditional mountain hut evening).  
To register your interest, simply email with the number of places you would like to reserve – this can be for colleagues and/or clients. We will then send a more detailed agenda and will reserve your place and request a deposit.
Zell am See is perched on the shores of an alpine lake, underneath snow-capped mountains and with Austria’s highest peaks on the horizon. It has three ski areas and an abundance of Après Ski bars in a wonderful, atmospheric resort wedged between the stunning Lake Zeller and the biggest mountains in Austria. The resort of Zell am See offers traditional charms together with a vibrant town where you can sit with a wine by the lake shore, skate across the frozen lake or even head out to the brand new Tauern Spa.
Resort 775m (Zell am See) | Top Lift 3029m (Kitzsteinhorn)
Salzburg – 46 miles
Innsbruck – 93 miles
Klangenfurt – 111 miles
Munich – 138 miles
Zell am See is one hour transfer from Salzburg airport serviced by British Airways, Easyjet and Ryanair.
The Zell am See / Kaprun ski region consists of the Schmittenhohe, Maiskogel and Kitzsteinhorn Glacier ski areas, offering snow sure and free-ride skiing on the glacier at over 3000m, a good variety of skiing above Zell am See on the Schmittenhohe with steep as well as intermediate skiing and beginner skiing at the Maiskogel area. One ski pass covers all three ski areas. The Zell am See ski area is the largest and has amazing views over the stunning lake Zeller.
Day one: January 13 2016
Group transfers from Salzburg airport to 3 star Hotel Gruener Baum
Investor led roundtable session
Welcome drinks and dinner at the hotel

Day two: January 14 2016
Full day skiing
Free evening
Day three: January 15 2016
Full day skiing
Investor led roundtable session
Traditional mountain hut evening with Austrian fondue and beer made on the site, followed by option of tobogganing
Day four: January 16 2016
Group transfers to airport
We are happy to arrange any extras at an additional cost including: extra days’ accommodation, additional day lift passes, alternative transfers, ski hire and ski instruction or guides.
To find out rates and and to book your place, please contact