Whether expert, freak, beginner or simply pleasure skier, everyone will find their slope at Kitzbühel. The Mausefalle on the Streif, where the annual Hahnenkamm Race takes place, is extremely steep. The key spots - Ganslernhang, Hausbergkante and Mausfalle - are famous throughout the world. For pleasure skiers, wide slopes lead across expansive alm fields and through forest glades. You can ski from Kitzbühel to Pass Thurn and back. The slopes are all very wide and perfectly groomed.
179 km Total
101 km (57 %)
61 km (34 %)
17 km (9 %)
Marked ski routes 36 km The "Streif" race course is marked as a ski route. Additional ski routes lead from the Steinbergkogel into the Ehrenbachgraben and to Jochberg. You can also ski from the Pengelstein to Jochberg.
The Kitzbüheler Horn is not directly connected to the associated ski resort of Kitzbühel-Kirchberg-Jochberg-Pass Thurn-Hollersbach.
Artificial snow-making 1080 Snow cannons 80 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
Valley run available Valley runs lead to all base stations (except Hollersbach). One of the 14 valley runs even leads to the town of Kirchberg.
just above tree line
under tree line
KitzSki Extended (via 16a, 16, 26, 25b) · Length 8.3 km · Elevation difference 1200 m
Most difficult run
Direttissima (Schlagl) No. 38 · Length 1.5 km · Elevation difference 520 m
Streif race course No. 21 · Length 3.8 km · Elevation difference 900 m This is where the world famous annual Hahnenkamm Race takes place. The slope is marked as an extreme ski route and is only recommended for true experts.
Fleckalmbahn valley run No. 26 Kaser (Fleckalm lift via Ochsalm)
Run No. 27 - Brunn
Run No. 70 - Resterhöhe
Run No. 32 Hieslegg
Suggested routes through ski resort
Snow park/Fun park
Public race course with time measurement - free of charge Race course on the Kitzbüheler Horn at the Hornköpfl lift
Skiline Ski day reproduced in internet (Lifts used, elevation meters and slope kilometers skied) - free of charge
Additional Offerings Cat skiing on the Bichlalm (a snowcat brings skiers up the mountain)