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​​Kitzbühel is one of the most popular ski resorts in the world, and for good reason. Located in the Austrian Alps, it offers some of the most beautiful and challenging ski runs in Europe. From the expert-level black runs of the Hahnenkamm to the more relaxed slopes of the Resterhöhe, Kitzbühel has something for everyone. The town of Kitzbühel itself is an idyllic mountain village, with its cobbled streets, traditional chalets and warm hospitality. It is the perfect place to stay while skiing, with plenty of restaurants, bars and shops to keep you entertained.

Kitzbühel is a great place to ski for all levels. Beginners can take advantage of the excellent ski schools and rental shops, while more experienced skiers can challenge themselves on the more difficult runs. The slopes are well-maintained and there are a variety of lifts, including the new 8-seater gondola, connecting the two main ski areas.

One of the great things about skiing in Kitzbühel is the fantastic après-ski scene. The town itself is a charming and historic mountain village, with cozy chalets and cobblestone streets. There are plenty of things to do and see within the town, including traditional shops, restaurants, and cafes. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and visitors will always find something new to explore.

Mountain Terrain:







Skiing Hours:

Open between 8-9 am to 4 pm

Summit Elevation:

2,000 m

Vertical Drop:

1,200 m

Skiable Area:

179 km

Average Snowfall:

1.8 m


Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 11 Gondolas/Trams
  • 7 eight pers lift
  • 9 High-speed sixes
  • 4 High-speed quads
  • 4 Quads
  • 1 Triple chair
  • 3 Doubles
  • 15 Surface lifts


68 runs. Longest run: 8 km


Two excellent terrain parks in Kitzbühel: The Hanglalm and Horn. There are obstacles for beginners and experts. The Hanglalm Park has 40 features. 

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