Pleasure skiing until after Easter

Kitzbühel's ski area is a sheer delight in the spring thanks to the crisp snow on the slopes and the welcoming ski huts. The beneficial geography of the north-eastern slopes and their ideal maintenance makes the fun of skiing available until after Easter. Everyone can find something for them over the wide range of slopes – from beginners to advanced skiers. Sun terraces at the 60 mountain restaurants and huts in the ski resort will make you want to stop for a bite to eat and truly enjoy the first spring-like temperatures to the maximum.

Spring skiing in Kitzbühel – so much to enjoy

When the days get longer again and the snow glitters in the sun, the most enjoyable time of the winter season begins. You can depend on the snow and the picturesque slopes just as much as you can on the superb all-round infrastructure – giving everything you need for a truly happy holiday. Kitzbühel's reputation has preceded it for so long. You would expect nothing but the very highest quality at the place where ski history has been written for more than 125 years. That applies whether you are one of the world’s best downhill skiers, battling for the merest fraction of a second in the Hahnenkamm Races on the Streif at the end of January, or a holidaymaker. Whether you want to push yourself to the limit or just have some fun on the slopes, feast on down-to-earth and exquisite culinary delights up on the mountain or down in the valley, the sophisticated local hotel and catering industry – plus the historic city centre itself with its promenade – make this a destination for sheer holiday happiness. Conquering the Streif at least once in your life is something so many skiers aspire to - in order to tackle the most spectacular descent in the entire Alpine Ski World Cup. Key sections such as the Mausefalle, Steilhang and Hausbergkante are designated as ‘extreme ski routes’ that only the very best should attempt. The Familienstreif, on the other hand, has none of the most difficult sections and offers casual skiers their chance to get a little bit of World Cup feeling in an easier form. For beginners, there is also the Mini Streif with its skill course at the foot of the legendary Hahnenkamm downhill run. The dining also thrills guests here. There is hardly any other ski resort with such diversity. 60 huts on the mountains and further, inns and restaurants offer special experiences for every taste, from down-to-earth Tirolean delicacies to exquisite creations.

Skiing as a lifestyle

Whether it’s the gentle pistes, steep northern slopes, long valley runs or wide carving routes – over Kitzbühel’s 96 ski slopes, everyone is sure to find their very own absolute skiing delight. Kitzbühel has not been voted Austria's Best Ski Resort for eight consecutive years for nothing. The 181 kilometres of perfectly maintained slopes, 52 kilometres of marked off-road options and various fun parks offer so much variety. Casual skiers and families have everything they need at the Kitzbüheler Horn. Since 2018, two new lifts have been added to complete the offering of the family ski mountain. In addition to all kinds of fun and action, the Kitzbüheler Horn’s special prices for young and old are a major attraction.


Culinary delights on the mountain – enjoyment and tradition

The Kitzbühel winter paradise not only thrills athletes, it also impresses gourmets with a distinctive combination of enjoyment, nature, tradition and well-being. Cuisine is just as much a part of Kitzbühel as the Streif is part of the Hahnenkamm, after all. Culinary delights, traditional delicacies and fine cuisine are important components of the resort town. If you need a break on the piste, you can look forward to down-to-earth, regional food and a fabulous view of the Tyrolean Alpine panorama in the 60 alpine huts and mountain restaurants. Meanwhile, at the award-winning establishments in the valley, elite cooks conjure upexquisite treats for hungry winter sport fans.



Summits in Winter

Skifahrer im Tiefschnee


Off-Pist pionieers since 1893

Familie beim Rodeln


Winter fun for the whole family

Paar beim Langlaufen

Cross-country skiing

Kitzbüheler wintersport classics

Paar beim Winterwandern

Winter hiking

The magic of hiking in the vacation region Kitzbühel

Eislaufschuhe am Eis

Ice skating

Circling on to skates

Curling in der Eishalle


Precision with broom and stone


Ice stock sport

Sociable fun with austrian tradition

Paar beim Skifahren


Where snow and sun have high season

Anreise nach Kitzbühel

Getting to the ski paradise

Kitzbühel and its holiday resorts of Reith, Aurach and Jochberg are located in the middle of the magnificent Kitzbühel mountains. Thanks to three train stations, quick connections to the nearby airports (Innsbruck, Munich, Salzburg and Vienna) and a well-developed public transport network, getting here is easy. The short distances - even within the town - make your stay in Kitzbühel a relaxed one from the start. 

Pfanne mit Spiegelei und Kartoffeln

Getting a taste for it

The culinary landscape in Kitzbühel is just as diverse as the peaks that soar into the sky here. The culinary journey through the region leads from Tyrolean delicacies all the wayto international gourmet cuisine. The mountain huts offer traditional dishes made from local ingredients, while in the award-winning restaurants, elite cooks conjure up exquisite delicacies. The way to not only one’s heart, but also to a complete ski holiday is through the stomach, after all!

Frau bei der Beautyanwendung

Wellness for skin, hair and souls

Top performances in the snow require rest and regeneration. Whether you want to push yourself to the limit physically or mentally is entirely up to you. The Kitzbühel wellness offerings ensure you can well and truly relax afterwards: from classic massages to cosmetic treatments, yoga, day spas or a sweaty sauna visit. Our wellness partners attach particular importance to all relevant hygiene and safety measures.

Skifahrer genießen Ausblick

Do you still have questions?

We would be happy to respond to your personal wishes and create an individual offer for you.

The Kitzbühel Tourism team is here to assist you at any time.

Phone: +43 5356 66660



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

0043 5356 66660


Hinterstadt 18 | 6370 Kitzbühel 

Press contact

Anna Lena Obermoser
0043 5356 66660 16

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A1 Hahnenkammbahn


B1 Hornbahn I


B2 Hornbahn II

Tragseilbahn, Pendelbahn

B3 Horngipfelbahn

4er Sesselbahn

E8 Gaisberg


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

0043 5356 66660


Hinterstadt 18 | 6370 Kitzbühel 

Press contact

Anna Lena Obermoser
0043 5356 66660 16