Sumary of Why Kitzbühel should be your next high-octane ski break:
- The intense Hahnenkamm World Cup race may have put this high-altitude spot on the map, but you don’t have to be a pro skier to enjoy its charms – from comfortable runs for beginners and intermediates to a thriving bar, restaurant and shopping scene, there is plenty to enjoy on and off the slopes.
- World cup hostThis is the home of one of the world’s most challenging downhill slopes: the Streif run.
- New to the region is the longest ski circuit in the world – the new connection at the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental and KitzSki means visitors can ski the 80km from Going am Wilden Kaiser across to the Kitzbühel Alps to Hollersbach in the Hohe Tauern, never using the same slope twice.
- Kitzbϋhel in winter (Kitzbühel Tourism | Michael Werlberger)With a huge ski area and multiple ski lifts interlinking the various pistes there’s enough variety here to spend a whole week.
- The Big FiveThere’s more to this resort than just skiing and snowboarding.
- Cross‐country skiing, winter and show shoe walks, sledging, ice‐skating and curling are all on offer, in addition to a heap of trendy new sports.