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Whether you travel by train, car or airplane, Kitzbühel is easily accessible.


The short way to the Heart of the Alps!

The perfect location and accessibility as well as the short distances within Kitzbühel characterise the “Gamsstadt” in the Tyrolean Heart of the Alps. Convince yourself and be surprised by the extraordinary and at the same time sympathetic video. Kitzbühel – “Don't dream it, book it.”

How to get here

You’ll find detailed travel options and a route planner at the following link:

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Weather forecast for the Kitzbühel Region

Today’s weather forecast

  • Early Morning
    16 °C
  • Noon Midday
    23 °C
  • Evening Evening
    17 °C

Extended forecast

  • Tomorrow Tomorrow
    Una giornata prevalentemente soleggiata termina con qualche nuvola e locali rovesci di pioggia. °C
  • Day after tomorrow 22.06.2019
    Dapprima poco o parzialmente nuvoloso, successivamente dalle ore centrali qualche rovescio. °C
  • 23.06.2019 23.06.2019
    Fino al pomeriggio piove spesso, nonostante qualche schiarita, poi verso sera la nuvolosità diminuisce. °C

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Search for events in Kitzbühel

Events in Kitzbühel have their own rhythm. The good thing about Kitzbühel is that you can enjoy yourself at your own pace by choosing one of the many legendary events that’s just right for you.


Live images from Kitzbühel

The Kitzbüheler Horn mountain is a true paradise in winter. Skiers and snowboarders love to come here to enjoy the best groomed slopes you’ll find anywhere. However, the Kitzbüheler Horn is a popular holiday and excursion spot in summer as well.

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Off-Piste with professionals
Freeriding in Kitz
An eventful day of sport
All-round skiing fun
An eventful day of sport
Night tobogganing at the Gaisberg toboggan run

Skiing and more – 180 days a year

I won’t soon forget the things I experienced with Nicole during our short holiday in Kitzbühel.  


We had really been looking forward to this trip for a long time, even though it was only for a weekend – but a skiing weekend in Kitzbühel is certainly something special.

Even though Nicole isn’t really a great skier, she does have a passion for the sport, as do I, and she did an amazing job on the slopes. Of course, I was more than happy to help her out once in a while as well.

The lifts in Kitzbühel are all state-of-the-art, of course, and the slopes are simply great.


We took the spectacular 3-S cable car from Kitzbühel to Jochberg and then further on to Pass Thurn. The area is so big and varied that you don’t need to ski the same slope twice if you don’t want to.

Then I saw the incredible jumps, the kicker jumps and the rails in Snowpark Kitzbühel – those get every freestyler’s heart racing.

I’d really like to at least try them out some day… But on the other hand, “normal” skiing here in Kitzbühel is also really cool.

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The best place to ski

68 perfectly groomed downhill runs in all degrees of difficulty, 36 km of ski routes, 179 km of outstanding ski slopes, 54 cable cars and lifts and 56 romantic ski huts – that’s the Kitzbühel ski area. Operated by the Bergbahn AG Kitzbühel, which is one of the largest cable car companies in Austria., which is the world’s biggest test portal for ski resorts, tested the ski area in 18 categories and named Kitzbühel the World’s Best Ski Resort in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

  • 68 perfectly groomed downhill runs
  • All degrees of difficulty
  • 215 km of outstanding ski slopes
  • 36 km of ski routes
  • 54 cable cars and lifts
  • 56 ski huts

KitzSki Snowpark Hanglalm

Innovative park design and perfect conditions make KitzSki Snowpark Hanglalm one of THE hotspots for freestyling.

Regardless of whether you’re a professional, an amateur or a beginner – KitzSki Snowpark Hanglalm offers a variety of possibilities for all skill levels. A run through the park provides freeskiers and snowboarders with the complete freestyle package.


A total of 12 kickers, 3 rails, 12 boxes, 5 jibs, 2 tubes and 1 special are perfectly shaped and ready to bring out the creativity of each individual visitor. With five new features added this year, the shape crew now manages 35 obstacles available every day. Park designer Franz Josef Lechner is well known for his creativity, which means there’s always something new to discover in the park!

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Events in Kitzbühel have their own rhythm. The good thing about Kitzbühel is that you can enjoy yourself at your own pace by choosing one of the many legendary events that’s just right for you.