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Kitzbuheler Alps ski area
1) General information about the Kitzbuheler Alps ski area
- A total of 179 kilometers of slopes, including 17 km of black slopes
- Awarded several times as the “best ski area in the world” and “world’s best ski resort”
- Location of the legendary “Streif” downhill run
- Ski association ski passes such as the “Kitzbuheler Alps AllStarCard” are available
2) Ski area Kitzbuheler Alps piste map
3) Skiing in the Kitzbuheler Alps ski areaFrom beginners to piste cracks, all ski fans in the Kitzbuheler Alps ski area get their money’s worth. The most beautiful routes include the runs from the 2,000 m high Kitzbuheler Horn, the 1,894 m high Resterhöhe and the 1,938 m high Pengelstein. In between, 460 hectares of the finest ski area extend over the seven communities of Kitzbuhel, Reith, Aurach, Jochberg, Pass Thurn, Hollersbach, Kirchberg and Aschau im Spertental. In 2005 the 3S cable car was opened between the Pengelstein and the Wurzhöhe, which connects the two parts of the ski area even better. The biggest highlight for ambitious skiers is undoubtedly the descent on the legendary “Streif” (No. 21), which is one of the most difficult slopes in the world. Only really good skiers should venture out on the original World Cup course. For less experienced skiers, the so-called “family stripe” offers the opportunity to bypass these places. Children do not go away empty-handed either: for them there is the “mini strip”. Those who want to try their hand at slalom will find one of the last classic slalom slopes in the world on the Ganslernhang, where a World Cup race is held every year.
4) Expert evaluationOur experts give the Kitzbuheler Alps ski area the best rating for the extensive range of slopes for all skiers from beginners to professionals and for other winter sports offers for freeriders, snowboarders and cross-country skiers.
5) Off-piste activitiesAround 60 ski huts, alpine pastures and restaurants in the Kitzbuheler Alps ski area ensure the culinary well-being of the guests. During the day, well-known huts like the “Sonnbergalm” and the “Toni Alm” invite you to stop for a break. In the “Sunnseit” on the Resterhöhe, Tyrolean delicacies such as Kaiserschmarrn taste even better with a fantastic view over the three-thousanders of the Hohe Tauern. No less beautiful is the view from the “Gipfelhaus” restaurant on the Kitzbüheler Horn, which has its own children’s menu for younger guests. For après-ski, skiers meet later at the “Fünferl”, “The Londoner” or the “Hahnenkamm Pavilion”. Gourmets get their money’s worth in the valley in the evening: a total of eight restaurants share ten toques, the highest distinction in Austrian cuisine. These include the “Kupferstube im Tennerhof” in Kitzbühel, the “Hallerwirt” in Aurach and the “Bärenbichl” and the “Jodlbühel” in Jochberg. Don’t feel like going to bed? At “Jimmy’s” and “Take Five” the party goes on for a long time. No question about it: The Kitzbühel ski area has earned the full number of points in terms of restaurants and huts, and it also has four out of five stars for après-ski. There is actually only more hustle and bustle in the well-known party locations in the Tyrolean Alps.
6) Places in the Kitzbuheler Alps ski areaKitzbuhel (800 m) between Hahnenkamm and Kitzbüheler Horn enjoys a legendary reputation as a winter sports city. The density of beds is particularly high in Kitzbühel and the range of activities on offer off the slopes ensures that there is no boredom.
7) Arrival in the Kitzbuheler Alps ski areaYou can travel to the Kitzbuheler Alps ski area by car from the north via the A8 towards Salzburg and the A93 towards Kufstein. From the Kufstein-Süd exit, follow federal highway 173, later 178, in the direction of St. Johann in Tirol. Shortly before St. Johann turn right onto Pass-Thurn-Straße (161) to Kitzbuhel. Coming from the west (Innsbruck), we recommend the exit Wörgl-Ost: From here the B170 (Brixentaler Straße) leads to Kitzbühel. The Kitzbuheler Alps ski area is well connected to the Austrian railway network. Numerous international long-distance trains stop in Kitzbühel. In addition, there are various transfer options, e.g. B. in Salzburg or Wörgl in the regional trains (REX). In the winter months, the Snow Express from Hamburg, the Ruhr area and Cologne also stops in Kitzbühel. The nearest airports are Salzburg (80 km) and Innsbruck (95 km). Shuttle taxis are available for around 35 euros p. P. (Salzburg) and approx. 50 euros p. P. (Innsbruck) can be ordered in advance.
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