A charming Tyrolean resort This fashionable resort has it all – a mixture of challenging terrain, great snow conditions and a unique ambiance. It is one of the most architecturally exquisite ski towns in the alps. The highlight of the season is the classic Hahnenkamm race week when the world’s top skiers converge on the village!
An ideal destination for mixed ability groups
Every winter sports enthusiast has heard of the charming resort of Kitzbühel Alpen! Its extensive ski area offers a variety of runs for all levels of skier as well as being great for snowboarding. Beginners are definitely well catered for, with the chance to ride some long and easy runs. The resort is picturesque with its medieval archway, pastel painted houses and cobbled streets. It is no wonder Kitzbühel has been one of Austria’s, and indeed Europe’s, top resorts for so many years.
“I always have high expectations which are always met, i couldn’t ask for more.”
Immerse yourself in the sights of this unique alpine resort
Kitzbühel Piste Map
- Resort Height: 800m
- Top Station: 2,004m
- Marked Piste: 179km
- No. of Lifts: 54
- Snowmaking: 90%
- Lift Pass Photo: No
- Lift Pass Covers: Kitzbüheler Alpen
- Transfer from Calais: 15 hrs
- Airport Transfer: Innsbruck 2hrs, Salzburg 1.5hrs, Munich 3hrs
This accommodation is perfect for school groups, with a pool table, air hockey and table football, the children are kept entertained for periods when in the hotel. The Hotel Kaiser specialise in working with groups, with British owners, it is run by English-speaking staff who have a good understanding of the needs of British schools away from home.
Location: Just 200 metres from the bus stop. The FREE bus is just a 5 minute drive to the main gondola. A 10 minute walk to the centre of Kitzbühel.