Kitzbuhel

Kitzbuhel

About the Resort

Kitzbühel is without a doubt, one of the most famous ski resorts in the world.  Renowned for its winter sports venue for the Hahnenkamm races, visitors have flocked to the resort for its annual Alpine World Cup competition since 1931.  Getting to Kitzbühel  You’ve got a few options to choose from when

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There is a definite draw to expert skiers at Kitzbühel. Its infamous Streif course on the Hahnenkamm in particular is especially popular for its challenges. The main ski area of the Kitzbühel piste can be reached from the centre of town via the Hahnenkamm gondola. You’ve got two areas of Kitzbühel slopes to visit – at the north-east you have the Kitzbüheler horn, and at the south-west you’ll find the Hahnenkamm-Pengelstein-Resterhohe linked area. There are 230km of pistes in total for visitors to discover.  Read More…

Kitzbühel is a large and particularly stylish ski resort. Since the year 2000, there has been a massive investment in the resort, in the form of £280m. Visitors love the fact that Kitzbühel has retained its wonderful medieval town centre. There’s also lots of choices for non-skiers in Kitzbühel too. It’s a shoppers’ paradise, with different boutiques, ski shops, jewellers amd many more. Kitzbühel restaurants and bars are plentiful too. There’s lots for every taste, whether you’re looking for a coffee shop that has the authentic Austrian charm, through to gourmet restaurants. To add to the evening entertainment there is also a casino to visit. Read More…

Ski accommodation in Kitzbühel is definitely varied to meet the wide demographic of guests who come to the resort. It’s mainly hotels here, but you’ll also find guesthouses and apartments.  Read More…

We love Kitzbühel as it offers an extensive range of exciting, attractive and varied slopes. However, its low altitude does mean that the lower slopes can deteriorate in warmer weather. Due to its popularity, you are likely to find the resort quite crowded on the piste. Thanks to the huge investment in the resort, you’ll be able to make the most of your Kitzbühel lift pass that gives you access to the increasingly slick lift system.  Read More…

The Kitzbühel resort is made up a large valley town. It has its major ski area which spreads from south-west on Hahnenkamm on one side, with some smaller ones on the other side. If you’re looking to make use of the Kitzbüheler Alpen AllstarCard lift pass, this will give you access to seven different ski areas in the region.Read More…

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Ratings

Highlights

+ Extensive slopes stretching over multiple ridges

+ Very impressive lift system

+ One of the world’s best snowmaking systems

+ Beautiful old medieval town

Things to think about

– Still some queues during peak times

– Not the best for advanced skiers unless there is fresh snow

– Snow quality lower down can suffer, but generally quantity issues are a thing of the past

– Large town and some accommodation can be far away

Ski Passes

Adult

€ 59.50

€ 117.00

€ 170.00

€ 215.00

€ 257.00

€ 297.00

ski passes

Child

€ 29,50

€ 58.00

€ 85.00

€ 107.00

€ 128.00

€ 148.00

What's Included

Kitzbuhel/kirchberg Ski Pass
Infants: Free transport age group 2015 and younger
Children: Age groups from 2014 and 2005
Youths: Age groups from 2004 and 2002

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Ski Area
192km

Beginners

Intermediate

Advanced

106km
66km
20km
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Summit

Resort

Bottom

2000m
760m
800m
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54

Lifts

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2

Snow

Park

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€297

Ski Pass

6 Days

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20 December ’20
9 January ’21
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Ice skating,
Tobogganing
Swimming at the impresive Aquarena

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Tolls

€62.70

Flights

Accommodation

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