Height difference:

800-2000 m

Track length:

181 km


23 October — 2 May

The Kitzbühel/Kirchberg – KitzSki resort is located in Austria, the Kitzbühel and Brixental region – Austria, Regione di Kitzbühel, Tirolo, Tiroler Unterland, Kitzbühel (Distretto) and Brixental, Tirolo, Tiroler Unterland, Kitzbüheler Alpen. There are 233 km of trails for skiing and snowboarding. 49 lifts transport skiers. The winter sports complex is located between 800 and 2000 meters above sea level.

Kitzbühel is a legend: skiing was “invented” here, cross-country skiing has been held here since 1895, and here for decades the world’s most famous World Cup competition has been held on the world’s most popular Streif track.

But Kitzbühel has such an irresistible charm to its guests not only because of its unique trails. An exclusive blend of tradition and modern spirit attracts skiers, famous people and VIPs from all over the world. The sheer number of luxury hotels, the density of star accommodations and the incomparable après-ski with endless activities make the Kitzbühel Ski Resort a true and authentic meeting point for skiers from all over the world.

Working Hours

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30 08:30 — 16:30


As a rule, the ski season in these parts lasts from mid October to early May.

Ski pass prices

The cost of the day ski pass in the high season: € 59.50 for an adult, € 59.50 for children and € 44 for youth.



94 km


67 km


20 km

Total length of tracks 181 km. The vertical drop is 1200 meters. The surface of the slopes is maintained in good condition with the help of snow compacting equipment. The surface of the tracks is kept in perfect condition with the help of an artificial snowmaking system. In total, the resort has 1160 snow cannons that cover 90% of the tracks. Artificial lighting works in the evening. For beginners, a special training slope is equipped – smooth and wide.

In Kitzbühel, everyone will find trails to their liking: from the strongest experts – fanatics of skiing to “simple” skiers who are looking only for a pleasant pastime. On the tracks Mausefalle (mousetrap) and Streif (Streif – strip), the most famous races of the World Championship are held annually. Streif still has the reputation of the most technically difficult track in the world. Each winner will forever remain on the lists of legendary skiers, and also “receive” a personalized cabin on the Hahnenkammbahn lift.

The hardest Ganslernhang hosts the most prestigious slalom competition, Hausbergkante – as experts say: “This is the fastest way to a hospital bed”, Mausfalle (Mousetrap) – but there is nothing like a mouse. There is a “blind” flight of 80 meters. The skier does not see the landing site until he is high enough in the jump, when it is too late to make adjustments. In this case, athletes are guided by the tops of the mountains, otherwise they can crash on a tree.

Numerous other tracks of the resort are wide, they cross alpine meadows at a height where there is no longer any vegetation or run through coniferous copses. But any track, from the most difficult to the “simple” ones, is perfectly prepared, beyond praise.

On Kitzbühel 90% of the pistes have artificial snowmaking, 1160 snow cannons cover the slopes with artificial snow if necessary.

The longest ski run: KitzSki Extended (16a, 16, 26, 25b), length 8.3 km, elevation difference 1200 m.

The most difficult tracks:

  • Schlagl number 38, length 1.5 km, vertical drop 520 m.
  • Streif number 21, length 3.8 km, vertical drop 900 m.

The most interesting tracks:

  • Number 26 Kaser
  • Number 27 Brunn
  • Room 70 Resterhöhe
  • Room 32 Hieslegg

The resort has a snow park, fun park and night skiing.


Baby lift:


T-bar lift:




Gondola lift:


Tramway lift:


All of the ski resort’s lifts have been upgraded in recent years, so any lift that resort guests want to take will be ultra-modern, almost always fast, with weather domes and heated seats. Vacationers are taken to the top 106 cable cars: 2 aerial tramway, 22 gondola lift, 54 chairlift and 18 t-bar lift. There are 10 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 648 km, which are capable of transporting up to 94733 passengers/hour.


The nearest villages to the resort:

  • Kitzbühel (0.3 km)
  • Kirchberg in Tirol (1.6 km)
  • Pass Thurn (0.2 km)
  • Jochberg (0.3 km)
  • Klausen (0.3 km)
  • Hollersbach im Pinzgau (1.4 km)
  • Reith bei Kitzbühel (5 km)
  • Aschau im Spertental (5 km)
  • Aurach bei Kitzbühel (5 km)
  • Mittersill (6 km)

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