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Kitzbüheler Alps

Skiing in Kitzbüheler Alps

General information

Thanks to a direct connection via the Ki-West track with the resort of Wilder Kaiser, the Kitzbüheler Alps is now the second biggest ski resort in Europe! Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser-Brixental, with approximately 279 km (173 ml) of pistes, is the biggest interconnected ski resort in Austria. The 8 persons cable car runs from the Kirchberger Spertental to the Gampenkogl in the resort of Westendorf.

The Ki-West lift covers a distance of nearly 3 km (2 ml) in only 10 minutes with a capacity of 1600 people per hour. The 4 km (3 ml) run constructed in 2009 can be completely covered with artificial snow if required. Shuttle buses provide a direct connection between the lower station of the Ki-West cable car, and the Pengelsteinbahn in Kirchberg (distance approx. 1,5 km / 1 mile). With the lift pass 'Kitzbüheler Alps All Star Card' you can also ski in the ski resorts of Alpachtal, Hochtal Wildschönau, Schneewinkel, Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang and Zell am See-Kaprun. These five areas are not connected to each other but can still be reached by public transport. You really are spoilt for choice here!

Slopes

17Km
61Km
101Km
0Km
Total 179Km

Lifts

11

28

15

Height

2000m
800m

Glacier

0

Cross-country

60Km

Fun park

2

Kitzbüheler Alps

Travel information relating to the Coronavirus 

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