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Winter hiking and walking is a wonderful way to explore Kitzbühel and its surrounding villages. There are a variety of well maintained trails and paths to explore, lending a unique perspective and showing the area in a very different light.
The Kitzbühel Tourism Office offers guided hikings and snowshoe tours with one of our guides for free. Hiking through the Kitzbühel Alps in the company of an experienced walking guide enables you to learn a great deal about the country and its people. Your personal tour book is the perfect place to write down your thoughts and make notes about your tour. After you complete a third walk, you earn your first walking badge, known locally as a "Wandernadel".
Guided winter hiking and walking tours are available from Monday to Friday throughout the season. The meeting point is at the Kitzbühel Tourist Information Office, Hinterstadt 18, at 09:45 hours. The costs of bus or taxi journeys are not included and a lift ticket purchase may be required. However, walking poles and snowshoes are available for hire at the cost of EUR 12.00.
Experience an unforgettable winter day in our unique mountain scenery and try different hiking methods for a memorable adventure. Our free guided winter hikes and walks begin in early December and are then available from Monday to Friday throughout the season.
The meeting point is at the Kitzbühel Tourism Office
Mountain Walk to the Largest Reservoir in Austria
One of our not to be missed guided snowshoe walks will take you to the largest reservoir in Austria! Take the Kitzbühel Alps Panorama Lift to Resterhoehe and walk from the lift exit over to the reservoir. The walk then continues on to the Panorama Alm for a snack before returning to the starting point at the Panorama lift.
Please register for this walk at the Kitzbühel Tourism Office. A minimum of four people are required for the walk and it is only possible with the guest card of the Kitzbühel Tourism Office!
Bichlalm – The Perfect Area for Hiking and Ski Tours
The Bichlalm, on the sunny side of the valley, between Kitzbühel and Aurach, is one of the best areas in the region for hiking, ski touring or snowshoe hiking. It is the perfect place to enjoy the scenic beauty in peace!
Snow Shoe Walking in Kitzbühel