Dry and sunny throughout the day with hardly any clouds.
Foggy or hazy to start, then clearing up quickly, and most of the day will be sunny.
- open lifts 54
- open ski slopes 89
valley (slope) 72 cm
mountain 87 cm
"Kupferplatte" Copper Mine
This old mine is situated on the Pass Thurn Bundesstraße B 161, 10 km (6 1/4 miles) south of Kitzbuehel.
Jochberg was first mentioned as a mining village in 1447. By 1830 there were 16 km (10 miles) of working galleries and 2 km (1 mile) of shafts on various levels. In its heyday, the mine employed 160 men over 30 km (18 3/4 miles) and 134 tons of copper ore were extracted every year. Until 1874 the ore was also smelted in Jochberg. The last shift was run on 31st July 1926 when the "Kupferplatte" finally closed down.
In 1990, the old gallery was made into the "Kupferplatte" mining museum, where visitors can descend 500 m by pit railway.
Adults: EUR 10.00
Children: EUR 6.00
Guestcard, KitzAlps Summercard, groups (min 10 persons):
Adults: EUR 7.50
Children: EUR 4.50
Pass Thurn Bundesstraße B 161
tel..: +43 5355 5779
01st of june until 30th of september 2016
Daily visits at 10, 11 a.m., 1, 2, 3 and 4 p.m.
The tour lasts approximately 30 minutes.
Minimum of 5 persons.
The temperature in the mine is 9° C. Appropriate clothing is recommended!
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