Genusswandern in der Urlaubsregion Kitzbuehel, Tirol

CONQUERING THE PEAKS IN WINTER

Ski Touring in Kitzbühel

Scale the mountains in winter

Immerse yourself in the tranquillity of Kitzbühel’s winter landscape and let the beauty of the surrounding mountains whisk you off your feet. Away from the popular ski pistes, you can experience pure joie de vivre in a stunning natural setting. From leisurely tours through to challenging routes and from prepared pistes to freeriding adventures, Kitzbühel has the perfect routes for all ski tourers. Whatever options you choose, you can look forward to a well-earned reward at the end of your tour: impressive views of the breathtaking mountain scenery around Kitzbühel.

The Bichlalm ski touring area

The Bichlalm ski touring area is a true paradise for all ski tourers. A chairlift runs up to the BichlAlm mountain hotel and restaurant but the peak itself can only be accessed on touring skis.

Snowcat

Would you love to experience a breathtaking freeride adventure with a quick and easy journey up to the summit in the ski resort of Kitzbühel in Tyrol? Our state-of-the-art snowcat with its „piggyback cabin“ seats up to 9 people and will once again be running as a special shuttle service up to the Bichlalm this year.

KitzSki Transfer

Ski touring evenings in Jochberg

The village of Jochberg offers ski touring evenings every Friday. Ski tourers can follow the piste up from the valley lift station of the Wagstättbahn gondola to the Wurzhöhe or the Jagawurz. Both of these mountain huts are open all winter long. The last run down into the valley is at 9.45pm, after which the piste bashers start to prepare the slopes using winches ready for the next day.

TIP: Guided ski touring evening every Friday. Meeting point at 5:00 p.m. at the Hotel Kempinski das Tirol. Guided tour costs € 50,– per person, minimum 5 people. More information and registration directly at the Snow Academy Jochberg Ski School Jochberg
Guests must take / borrow material themselves – rental at the Schiladl Jochberg.

Freeride & Skitouren 1×1” (Freeriding and Ski Touring 1×1) is a training course held by local mountain and ski guides who teach the 1×1 concept in both theory and practice-based sessions. The course either focuses on the emergency management approach used in the case of avalanches (from emergency calls through to successful searches) or proper conduct when freeriding and ski touring (from planning through to choosing the right terrain).

More information on the course:

Location: Bichlalm Kitzbühel

Dates: every Thursday on the Bichlalm from 10th January, probably until 28th February 2019

Price: € 10 per person

Registration: www.ueberall.cc or tel +43 664 534 1656

Skifahren in Weltbesten Skigebiet KitzSki und die alpine Kulinarik der urigen Berghütten genießen.

Sport tradition meets alpine life

Winter holiday in Kitzbühel

KitzSki, the best ski area in the world, offers 234 km of slopes of all levels of difficulty, 57 lifts, 60 inns and huts in the ski area and up to 200 days of skiing pleasure a year. Three toboggan runs, daily freshly prepared cross-country runs, countless winter hiking trails, also on the mountain, as well as a varied weekly programme round off the holiday offer.

Even in these extraordinary times, we are working together with your hosts to make your stay safe and relaxing. Here you will find all the important information for your holiday in Kitzbühel.

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Difficulty: intermediate / red piste

During winter, the Asten piste is open to ski tourers until 10pm every day. This means you can have fun tackling one of the region’s most popular descents, the Hahnenkamm, in the evening too.

Ski tourers can walk up the Asten Run (no. 20) on Kitzbühel’s local mountain every evening. At this time, the snow groomers are normally already working hard to prepare the slopes for the next day but they take extra care to be considerate of ski tourers. This gives tourers a special window and opportunity for risk-free ski touring close to the town centre.

Maps Kitzbühel

Difficulty: intermediate / red piste

The chance to tour up and then ski down a perfectly prepared piste is a luxury that most people grab with both hands. On the Bichlalm, everyone can enjoy this free and exclusive ski touring experience. You should, however, be aware that this tour is always done at your own risk! The Bichlalm is a true paradise for all ski tourers, even as the evening draws in. Although the marked slopes are officially closed after a long day of skiing, winches are NOT used to prepare the pistes.

Kitzbühel Maps

Difficulty: intermediate / red piste

In winter, the Wagstätt/Wurz run is open to ski tourers until 9.30pm every Friday. This means you can have fun tackling one of the region’s most popular ski runs, the Wagstätt/Wurz, in the evening too. Every Friday evening, ski tourers can make their way up the Wagstätt/Wurz run (no. 60), which leads them up the ski slopes in Jochberg, all the way to the Jägerwurzhütte mountain hut. At this time, the snow groomers are normally working hard to prepare the slopes for the next day but they take extra care to be considerate of ski tourers. This gives tourers a special window and opportunity for risk-free ski touring close to the village centre.

Maps Kitzbühel

Difficulty: intermediate / red piste

The Resterhöhe is the ideal challenge for your daily adrenaline rush. At Pass Thurn, ski touring enthusiasts can enjoy safe skiing fun extending into the early hours of the evening every day. This safe and enjoyable ski touring experience is available until 7pm every day on piste number 70 in the Resterhöhe area. At this time, the snow groomers are normally already working hard to prepare the slopes for the next day but they take extra care to be considerate of ski tourers. This gives tourers a special window and opportunity for risk-free ski touring.

Maps Kitzbühel

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