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29.07.2021 | Lifestyle

Find your power place in Kitzbühel

In some places you feel particularly well, maybe even suddenly better. Power places have existed since time immemorial - often the power place is an old tree, special rock formations or simply a bench or a lookout point. The power places in Kitzbühel are numerous and very different. We have found a few power places that we would like to introduce to you.

The Schwarzsee

See mit Ausblick auf Berge
See mit Ausblick auf Berge
Bergausblick
Wiese im Sonnenschein
See mit Bergausblick
See mit Ausblick auf Berge
See mit Ausblick auf Berge
Bergausblick
Wiese im Sonnenschein
See mit Bergausblick

Early in the morning, wisps of fog still lie over the water. Behind the Kitzbüheler Horn, the morning sun's rays are already winking out. The first swimmers are doing their laps in the cool water. The untouched nature along the lakeshore, the scent of the moor water. The Schwarzsee is an almost magical place of power in Kitzbühel.

The Hausbergkante

Bergwiese

The Hausbergkante or rather the "Wanderbankerl" at the Hausbergkante: hike the Hausbergkante in the late afternoon via the Hausbergtal. Directly at the Hausbergkante, a bench invites you to linger during the summer months. Observe Kitzbühel from above. Enjoy the silence just a few meters above the town. From the hustle and bustle in the "Stadl", as the Kitzbühel people like to call the city center, nothing can be felt up here - except the power of nature.

The Kitzbüheler Horn

Wanderpanorama Sonnenuntergang
Hornköpfl im Sonnenuntergang

Experience the sunrise at the Kitzbüheler Horn, when the sky slowly turns a bright orange. No rays of sunshine can be seen yet, but it seems as if all around you nature is already feeling the dawn and a flurry of activity is taking place. Starting the day on the mountain with a sunrise is a sublime experience. Experience an unforgettable 360° view at the summit of the Kitzbüheler Horn. Take a deep breath - let the tranquility take effect on you and recharge your batteries.

Bichlach – The pond paradise

The Bichlach - the name comes from the bicheligen, or hilly, terrain - is the hilly section between Reith and Kitzbühel and is crisscrossed with an extensive network of paths. The originally humpbacked moorland around the Bichlach was formed by glaciers during the last ice age and today is reminiscent of an English country estate.

The Bichlach area in Reith with its water bodies such as the Gieringer Weiher and the Vogelsberger Weiher is an ideal recreational area. The Bichlach - a place of power that enchants its visitors with its lovely landscape.

The view of Aurach

Ortsansicht Aurach

Next to the fire station in Aurach, a comfortable hiking trail leads along the Auracher Bach to the so-called Bachhornkopf - here the hiking bench invites you to linger. Enjoy the silence and recharge your batteries. The view of the Aurach church and the village center is beautiful.

The Gschwand tree

Kleiner Pfad im Wald
Gschwandbaum
Wald
Schild mit Adler Symbol
Kleiner Pfad im Wald
Gschwandbaum
Wald
Schild mit Adler Symbol

High above the Gamsstadt, in the middle of the forest, towers a huge, ancient spruce, 43 meters high with a trunk circumference of around six meters. The widest projection of the branches is seven meters. In 2003, the Gschwand tree was declared a natural monument. The mighty spruce is actually a so-called "Schermtax", i.e. a spruce standing alone near a cattle shepherd's hut and used to serve the cattle, who preferred to stay outdoors, as a shepherd's hut (umbrella) against the midday heat. The Gschwandbaum can be found above the Malernalm among other spruces. Enjoy the tranquility that radiates from this place of power with its century-old spruce.

Contact

The Kitzbühel Tourism team is at your disposal at any time!

TELEPHONE
0043 5356 66660


E-MAIL
info@kitzbuehel.com


ON SITE
Hinterstadt 18 | 6370 Kitzbühel 


Press contact

Anna Lena Obermoser
0043 5356 66660 16
​​​​​​​a.obermoser@kitzbuehel.com

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Contact

The Kitzbühel Tourism team is at your disposal at any time!

TELEPHONE
0043 5356 66660


E-MAIL
info@kitzbuehel.com


ON SITE
Hinterstadt 18 | 6370 Kitzbühel 


Press contact

Anna Lena Obermoser
0043 5356 66660 16
​​​​​​​a.obermoser@kitzbuehel.com