Kitzbühel
The Ski Resort

Kitzbühel is a world class ski resort, with a modern lift system and over 179km of ski pistes. Named "Worlds Best Ski Resort 2015" Kitzbühel has 54 ski lifts and every year is one of the first non-glacier ski resorts to open for the winter season.

  • 215 km of ski runs
  • 54 cable cars and lifts
  • over 200 skiing days

Kitzbühel

Kitzbühel, the most legendary city of sports in the Alps, is a town that effortlessly combines tradition with innovation. The Alpine ski resort in the Austrian region of Tirol has been writing skiing history for over 120 years. The legendary Hahnenkamm race, a long sporting tradition and pioneering ventures in the Alpine winter sport have all contributed to Kitzbühel's worldwide reputation. Today, Kitzbühel remains a place of contrasts and many faces, with its Tyrolean charme and hospitality, award-winning haute cuisine and first-class hotels, all set against the majestic backdrop of the Kitzbühel Alps.

Ski enthusiasts and winter afficionados are spoilt for choice with the many well-groomed pistes, modern and innovative lifts and rustic mountain huts. Visitors from all over the world are attracted to Kitzbühel, 365 days a year. High-profile events like the Hahnenkamm Races and the Snow Polo World Cup reflect Kitzbühel's more sophisticated and international side.

Kitzbühel Highlights:

  • Skiing in "World’s Best Ski Resort 2015"
  • Exclusive shopping in Kitzbühel
  • Fine dining in Kitzbühel’s award-winning restaurants
  • Tyrolean hospitality and cosy mountain huts
  • Après ski in Kitzbühel’s town centre
  • Top events such as the Hahnenkamm race