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Skiing In Kitzbuhel: Essential Guide To The Kitzbühel Ski Resort Including Ski Map, Hotels, Bars, Restaurant, Nightlife And Facilities

Want to go skiing in Kitzbuhel? Here's some information to make planning your trip that much easier.

Pictured: Kitzbuhel is one of the most famous ski resorts in Europe, and with good reason.

When you think about skiing in Austria, there’s a good chance that your mind will drift towards Kitzbühel. And with good reason. Located in Tyrol, the medieval town is about 62 miles east of the state capital Innsbruck and is one of the world’s most famous winter sports locations.

Kitzbühel is one of Austria’s largest ski regions. Combining with the pistes and lifts offered by nearby Kirchberg and Jochberg (via the Thurn Pass), the town has access to an astonishing 170 kilometres of slopes.

There are over 10,000 hotel and guest beds in the area, and the accommodation here offers something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for the refinement of a luxury ski resort or trying to go skiing on a budget, Kitzbühel is where it’s at for people wanting to go skiing or snowboarding in Austria.

Finding Your Way Around Kitzbühel

Kitzbühel Ski Information

  • Altitude – 800m to 2,000m
  • Pistes – 170km
  • Blue – 22
  • Red – 25
  • Black – 13
  • Ski Lifts – 10 gondolas, 26 chair lifts, 17 drag lifts
  • Cross Country Skiing – 96km
Pictured: Kitzbühel in Austria is a must visit destination for skiers.

Kitzbühel Equipment Hire

Visitors to Kitzubhel are spoilt for choice when it comes to Intersports – with the town having five in total.

For the rental of skiing and snowboarding gear in Kitzbühel, Intersport will have you covered. There are five Intersport rental shops in Kitzbühel. You can reserve your equipment by booking online.

The Intersport shops offer you daily equipment maintenance, for free. They also offer a 6+1 policy on hire charges, meaning that you can ski for seven days but only have to pay for six. Their rental shops offer a test and buy policy, where you can rent first and buy later. Families will be pleased to discover that children up to the age of 10 rent free of charge, and that there’s a 50% discount for youths up to the age of 14.

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Places To Stay In Kitzbühel

The Hotel Edelweiss is rated as Kitzbuhel’s number one hotel on TripAdvisor.

Hotel Edelweiss

Telephone: 00 43 720 881742

Address: Marchfeldgasse 2, Kitzbuhel 6370, Austria

For more information, visit the Hotel Edelweiss website.

A-ROSA Resort Kitzbuhel

Telephone: +43 5356 65660

Address: Ried Kaps 7, 6370 Kitzbühel, Austria

For more information, visit the A-ROSA Resort website.

Aurach Hotel

Telephone: +43 5356 62876

Address: Passthurnstrasse 2, Kitzbuhel 6371, Austria

For more information, visit the Aurach Hotel website.

Austria Trend Hotel Schloss Lebenberg

Telephone: 00 43 5356 6901819

Address: Lebenbergstrasse 17, Kitzbuhel 6370, Austria

For more information, visit the Schloss Lebenberg website.

Hotel Schweizerhof

Telephone: +43 5356 62735

Address: Hahnenkammstrasse 4, Kitzbuhel 6370, Austria

For more information, visit the Hotel Schweizerhof website.

If you’d like to stay in a chalet while holidaying in Kitzbuhel, check out the options on offer over at the Chalets Direct website. Alternatively, you can pay a visit to the All Chalets website.

Places To Eat, Drink, And Party In Kitzbühel

Pictured: With live music aplenty, The Londoner is one of Kitzbuhel’s most famous nightlife spots.

Kitzbühel doesn’t just offer its visitors excellent ski facilities, it’s also an awesome destination for après skiing (much like Austria in general). If you’re looking to get drunk, eat great food, and have a good time in Kitzbuhel, here are some of the places that need to be on your radar – albeit for different reasons.

The Londoner

The Londoner is the ski town’s number one British pub. Established in 1976, it offers party-goers live music and DJ sets throughout the season.

Highways Music Bar

The Highways Music Bar is centrally located, near the main pedestrian street, and holds a variety of themed events throughout the season – including Ibiza evenings, and salsa parties.

Club Take Five

Club Take Five isn’t the cheapest option when it comes to the town’s night life, but that doesn’t stop it from being a seriously cool place to hang out. It’s been running for about 20 years, has three bars, one big VIP area, a varied selection of cocktails and resident DJs.

O’ Flannigans

No respectable town is complete without a first-rate Irish bar. Fortunately, for its thousands of annual visitors, Kitzbuhel is no exception. O’Flannigans is a place that offers everything you could ever want from an Irish bar – including pints of Guinness, pints of Magners, televised sport and a whole heap of good time vibes.

Streifalm

The Streifalm is situated on the lower slopes of the Hahnenkamm, making it a great place to stop off at on the way back to Kitzbuhel. If you want to watch dancing men in lederhosens, this is the establishment for you.

Barrique

Located next to the boathouse on Lake Schwarz, Barrique is a lovely location for a bar and restaurant. There’s an open fire here and the menu offers a large selection of pizzas, pasta dishes, risottos, steaks, a wines from around Austria. Worth a look, for sure.

Restaurant Centro

Restaurant Centro is a widely recommended cafe, bar, and restaurant specialising in Italian cuisine. Pizza, pasta, meat, and fish dishes are all available, and at prices that won’t empty your entire bank account. A word of warning: reservations aren’t possible at Centro, so make sure you time your moment to visit well.

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