Kitzbühel Alps - worlds best ski area!

3 Accomodations
284km perfectly groomed slopes
Aktivities in the region

Holidays for the whole family

Besides skiing and snowboarding, there is a widely diversified range of alternative activities. Enjoy a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride for two, crown a cosy stay in one of the rustic Alpine huts with a thrilling toboggan run or explore the countryside with snowshoes. If you’re looking for adventure and the exotic, you’ll hit the jackpot here with tandem skydiving, ice climbing or a sightseeing flight over the Alps.
And in between, you can allow yourself some recuperation and relaxation in Tauern Spa in Kaprun only 20 minutes away.

Skiing and snowboarding

Skiing... wohohoho!

The Kitzbühel Alps are the ideal winter sports region for the whole family where you can learn to ski and snowboard and really enjoy it. This ski resort leaves nothing to be desired. Whether you’re looking for leisurely skiing on easy pistes or something a bit faster on one of the race pistes, there is something for everyone here.

Our ski schools will help get you started or perfect what you’ve already learned:

Stefan´s Ski und Snowboardschule

Snow Experts

For snowboarders, a snow park, fun parks and halfpipes await.

ski resort Kitzbühel Alps

Leaves nothing to be desired

The Kitzbühel Alps ski resort nestles between Kitzbüheler Horn, Hahnenkamm and Resterhöhe at an altitude of 800 to 2,000 metres. From the legendary “Streif” to the ideal terrain for beginners, Kitzbühel offers 179 km of excellently prepared ski runs and 36 km of ski routes.

As well as the variety offered by the different pistes, countless cosy ski huts on the slopes tempt you to linger.


Longest toboggan run in the world

The longest illuminated toboggan run in the world awaits you in the Wildkogel Arena, approx. 10 minutes’ drive from Hollersbach. Before you start, you take the Wildkogel lift from Neukirchen or the Smaragd lift from Bramberg and you can relax as you are transported to the top. Start at 2,100 metres above sea level, length: 14 km, illuminated daily until 10 p.m.

TIP: Evening rides for tobogganers every Tuesday and Friday with the Smaragd lift in Bramberg and Saturdays with the Wildkogel lift in Neukirchen! On these days, the lifts operate until 6.30 p.m.

Cross-country skiing

Rest and recreation for everyone

With over 200 kilometres, the “Pinzga Trail” provides limitless cross-country enjoyment. It’s also possible to explore the individual villages along the Salzach Valley on cross-country skis or skates and then simply return to your starting point with the local Pinzgau train (between Zell am See and Krimml)

If there isn't enough snow in the valley, there’s the Hochmoor run in Mittersill (22 km). Stunning views of the massive 3,000 metre peaks in the Hohe Tauern National Park are guaranteed. 


Horse-drwan sleigh ride

What could be more beautiful than to ride across the snowy winter landscape in a horse-drawn sleigh and to chat about what you’ve seen over a cosy cup of tea.

A horse farmer in Mittersill (only 5 minutes’ drive away) will make this dream come true. Plan your personal ride with your Coachman Georg Steger: 0043 664 205 21 68