Skiing in Kitzbühel is a passion

Glide over the slopes with perfect technique and smash the powder on the freeriding ridges. Here you can revel in the joy of skiing on more than 200 days per year! Kitzbühel is the first non-glacier ski resort area in Austria to start the winter season every year. Prime skiing conditions await winter sports enthusiasts until 03 May.

Pistenplan Kitzski

In addition to the world-famous “Streif” racing piste, a total of 105 ski runs set skiers’ pulses racing. 57 cable cars and lifts will whisk you up to 2,000 m above sea level. From there, skiers will delight in 234 kilometers of slopes, of which 45 km are ski routes.

Kitzbühel -
The historic town that charms everyone

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 125 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