Kitzbuhel is a small town in Tyrol, Austria. Situated between the Hahnenkamm and Kitzbuheler Horn mountains, Kitzbuhel is one of Austria's best known and fanciest winter sports resorts. This town has a long and successful skiing tradition. Ski pioneer Franz Reisch, ski superstar Toni Sailer and the legendary Karl Koller have shaped the development of skiing in Kitzbuhel already since 1893.
Town`s brightly coloured medieval buildings and the Gothic church deserves a reputation as the most beautiful ski town in Europe. Kitzbuhel is also home to the Ski World Cup’s most notorious downhill race - Hahnenkamm Streif slope, which draws crowds of thousands to the biggest ski party annually.
Kitzbuhel has an average of 155 days of skiing is possible each season. This ski resort has direct access to 158 km of downhill skiing with 70 individual pistes:
- 13 black pistes;
- 25 red pistes;
- 22 blue pistes.
This ski area is suitable for all needs, - from gentle nursery slopes to some of the most difficult off-piste powder. Most experienced skiers will want to visit the famous Streif run on the Hahnenkamm, where the famous downhill race has been held each January since the 1930s.
For cross country skiers there are 48 km of prepared trails. Snowboarders here can enjoy two parks with half pipes, quarter pipes and a sprint slalom course, table jump, boxes, kickers and rails - everything for a great boarding.
Kitzbühel offers skiers a great choice of quality skiing, with something for all ages and abilities.
Kitzbuhel accommodation and après ski
Kitzbuhel resort has its luxury hotels and also has a huge amount of hotel and guesthouse accommodation that is more affordable so there is something for every pocket.
Resort is known for its lively and often sophisticated nightlife centered on the many restaurants, numerous bars and four discothèques. There is also a cinema and other popular evening activities include:
- Ski mountaineering;
- Winter hiking;
- Sleigh rides.
Kitzbuhel resort is not only popular for winter, but also for summer activities. This is a great year-round sporting place in the Alps. Miles and miles of hiking and cycling tracks are the jewels in a particularly impressive crown of summer sports. Summer activities also include:
- Horse rides;
- Running and Walking.
Also, you can treat yourself at the wellness and health center – swim in the pool, relax in the sauna or be pampered in the spa.
Getting here by Kitzbuhel transfer
The best way for getting to Kitzbuhel ski resort is by using Kitzbuhel transfers straight from the airport. The nearest airports for Kitzbuhel transfer:
- Innsbruck, Salzburg and Stuttgart Airports (1h 20min)
- Linz Airport (2h 25 min)
- Memmingen Airport (2h 45min)
There are a lot of companies offering transfers to Kitzbuhel, but by choosing our proposed Kitzbuhel transfer, you will receive a high-quality service from the airport to the ski resort. Also, you can choose private or shared Kitzbuhel transfer for your travel.
Book your Kitzbuhel transfer and have amazing winter holidays!