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Ski Area

Home to over 170km of well-groomed pistes, Kitzbühel is a resort that has plenty to offer for everyone. Beginners will find a handful of free lifts to help find their ski legs without having to pay for a full lift pass, intermediates will love exploring the vast array of terrain Kitzbühel has to offer and expert skiers should definitely try out the world famous Hahnenkamm race course and all the fantastic off-piste around the area.

The resort is a stunning, picturesque town, home to the famous World Cup Downhill ski race and a buzzing après ski scene. It attracts both skiers and non-skiers worldwide as there are loads of activities suitable for everyone. Kitzbühel is also home to more than 100 restaurants serving up an array of dishes from all over the world so there will be something to suit everyone. For days off the slopes, you can spend your day relaxing in the wellness centre as there is a swimming pool complex and sauna.

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Transfer Details

  • Innsbruck Airport: 1hr 20mins
  • Salzburg Airport: 1hr 15mins

Key Facts

Key facts for Kitzbühel

Large, varied slopes offering skiing for everyone of all abilities with plenty of on and off-piste opportunities.
Home to the world famous Hahnenkamm racecourse, one of the most challenging on the World Cup circuit – definitely one for the experts.
1.5km of night skiing is available on the Gaisberg until late at night. Night tobogganing also takes place here from Tuesday until Saturday.
Advanced skiers will want to try the ‘Safari’ route which starts at the Hahnenkamm gondola and traditionally ends at Pass Thurn.
Kitzbuheler Horn, also called the ‘sunny side’ can be reached by a gondola and has some excellent cruising runs.