The season in Kitzbühel usually begins as early as November. The record was set on 14 October 2017, on a slope on the Resterhöhe. The resort’s favourable position forming a north-west barrier on the main Alpine ridge ensures very good snow reliability. Comprehensive snow-making facilities and grooming guarantee first-class skiing. Almost all slopes are fully equipped with snow cannons. On the Streif, the Seidlalm reservoir with a capacity of around 150,000 m3 ensures very reliable snow conditions all the way down to Kitzbühel. Most of the ski slopes on the Hahnenkamm extend from 1,500 m up to almost 2,000 m and at the Thurn Pass from 1,200 m to 2,000 m.
Artificial snow-making 1103 Snow cannons 90 % of the slopes have snow-making capabilities
The valley run is often open.
800 m - 2000 m (Difference 1200 m)
mid October - early May
199 Days open 136 Days when valley run is open
191 Days open 135 Days when valley run is open
162 Days open 148 Days when valley run is open
168 Days open 155 Days when valley run is open
182 Days open 145 Days when valley run is open
155 Days open 130 Days when valley run is open
154 Days open 125 Days when valley run is open
150 Days open 120 Days when valley run is open
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