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  • How do you say Kitzbuhel?

    Kitz-Bu-El

Resort Lowdown

Famous for its death-defying race piste “Der Streif” Kitzbuhel is the top choice of many Jet setters and Stars for good reason!

This 700 year old, medieval town plays host to the Tyrolean Alps most Chic and celebrated resort, winning the World’s Best Ski Resort 2013-2016 for both its incredible slopes and it’s bustling town, full of fantastic restaurants and fashionable boutiques.

Kitzbuhel sits at 800m with its high tech lift system (some with heated seats!) ferrying its guests up to the highest point at 2127m. The ski area boasts 215km of skiable pistes and with a world record season length of 199 days this beautiful resort is the perfect choice of any off peak aficionado searching for a great deal!

Read on for more information, snow reports and piste maps

  • Where Alpine traditions meets nouveau Chic in perfect harmony, creating a truly unique experience

The SKI Area

Enjoying the ski area of Kitbuhel is tiring work but luckily there are more than 50 on-piste restaurants, catering a wide variety of dishes to refuel even the hungriest of snow lovers.

Off Peak Week suggests slowing things down not too long after lunch to enjoy the lively apres scene that can be found both on the pistes and in the town.

When Does Kitzbuhel Open?

22nd October to 3rd May - A world record 199 Skiable days!

When To Go To Kitzbuhel?

With 199 skiable days there are a huge range of options for visitors but due to the fairly low altitude of the resort the best snow conditions are generally found in January.

February is often packed with families on half term holidays but there is always plenty of snow left over for the sunny month of March, where skiers and snowboarders will enjoy long days and a fun atmosphere right up until the end of season in May.

Must Do Runs at Kitzbuhel

Advanced skiers and boarders can try their luck down the world famous “Der Strief” Downhill racing course, a regular spot on the world championship tour. With inclines of up to 85% and dropping 860m over 3km it is a true test of a riders skill and fitness.


Kitzbühel: Hahnenkamm Berg

  • Terrain Parks
  • Snow Shoeing
  • Sledging
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Ice Skating

The Pass Prices

The Full Area


Local Areas from...

€277

Week Pass

€57

Day Pass

€0

Day Pass

12

Black Pistes

27

Red Pistes

29

Blue Pistes

0

Green Pistes

The Area Map


The Town

Kitzbuhel Town is host to every amenity that a snow loving tourist could wish for. Designer outlets, gift shops and restaurants merge seamlessly into the traditional Alpine architecture giving visitor an authentic experience that many purpose made ski towns fail to achieve.

Spot A-listers relaxing in one of the towns trendy bars that are often buzzing from late afternoon to the wee hours of the morning.

Whats On?

In late January thousands of skiing fanatics fall onto this picturesque town to watch the marvel that is the FIS Downhill World Cup, expect death defying speeds, copious amounts of beer and a unbeatable atmosphere!

The Facilities

For holiday makers looking for a rest day or non skiers there are a host of activities that can be found in the town such the Aquarena leisure centre and spa, complete with a 25m pool, water slides for the kids and massage therapy options for the grown ups.

  • Swimming Pool
  • Spa
  • Party Resort
  • Budget Resort
  • Family Resort
  • Good For Beginners
  • Good For Intermediates
  • Good For Off Piste