Kitzbühel Austria- The Classic Alpine Village!

Kitzbuhel in Austria

With over 165km of manicured pistes (ski runs) the ski area of Kitzbühel Austria is not only one of the largest, including the Kirchberg, Jochberg, Aurach and Pass Thurn, but is also extraordinarily varied.

There is ample skiing for all levels of skier from novice to advanced. Many of the ski runs can be accessed via the two main ski lifts, both of which start in the village. One runs to the top of the famous Hahnenkamm and the other to the top of the impressive Kitzbüheler Horn.


Snow Range: 760m - 2000m

Pistes: 165km of prepared ski runs

Town Altitude: 760m

Cross Country: 45km of prepared runs

Highest Lift: 1995m

Lift Capacity: 75 977 people per hour

5 cable cars, 3 quadruple chairlifts, 4 triple chairlifts, 15 double chairlifts, 5 single chairlifts, 28 draglifts.
NEW!! High speed 8, 6, 4 man chairlifts and a new Gondola connecting Penglestien to Pass Thurn!

Lift Pass: Your passport to the slopes! Access to all lifts and ski buses.

Ski School: Yes. A maximum 10 students per class

Season: Dec 2012 to Mar 2013 (subject to snow!)


Ski Team In Kitzbühel Austria

Kitzbuhel Ski Resort

Ski Representatives will be based in Kitzbühel for the entire ski season. They will be your hosts and will ensure you have an unforgettable holiday.


Guided Ski Tours

Ski Reps provide an excellent programme of Guided Ski Tours, otherwise known as a ‘Ski Safaris’. These outings are a wonderful way to familiarize yourself with the ski areas before taking off on your own.


Map of the Ski slopes in Kitzbuhel


Beginners - Very Good

The ‘nursery slopes’ at the foot of the Hahnenkamm & at the
top of the Kitzbüheler Horn are gentle, easy slopes.

Intermediate - Excellent

Kitzbühel’s superb lift system offers a fantastic choice of
skiing, with kilometres of blue and red runs. Our ski guiding
service will take you on the Ski Safari with 35km of skiing!

Advanced - Excellent

Lots of challenges here, with steep black runs and, at times, great off-piste skiing. The most challenging skiing is found in Pass Thurn.


Après Ski
The Après Ski (after ski) activities will form an important part of your holiday. This is the opportunity to soak up the village
atmosphere, get to know some of the locals and generally eat, drink and be merry. And not necessarily in that order…!
Kitzbühel is famous for its Après Ski! The lively and cosmopolitan bars, disco's, nightclubs and local ‘watering holes’ include the
infamous Londoner Pub, the wonderful ice bars on the slopes and mountain pubs where the beautiful…and not so beautiful, strip
down to their t-shirts to catch the late afternoon rays. Try out Das Lichtl, Jimmy's, The Londoner, Stamperl, La Fonda, Highways
and Royal Dancing.

Resort Activities:
Besides skiing, the list of things to do in and around Kitzbühel is almost endless. So if you’re not taking to the slopes you might
want to try one or more of the following:

> Sleigh Rides
> Ice Skating
> Tobogganing
> Horse Riding
> Casino
> Fitness Centre
> Aquarena Swimming Pool Complex (50% reduction with full lift-pass) - indoor pool, sauna, massage, solarium, mud baths,
...waterslides, super tubes, indoor tennis and squash and much more.
> Day trips to Innsbruck and Salzburg - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Eating Out:
The choice of restaurants is excellent – everything from traditional Tirol cooking in mountain huts to Italian pizzerias in Austria. There are numerous cafés and restaurants of all categories. A traditional 3-course dinner will cost from approximately €15 to €20. Try out the Goldener Gams, Pizzeria Pfiff and Sport Reisch.

Take those EUROS along because the shopping in the many village boutiques in Kitzbühel Austria is world class!


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