Fieberbrunn: Home of diversity
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The snow crystals are sparkling in the wonderful sunshine and the pistes are in top condition. This is your moment, strap on your skis and set off for the mountains with your family on the cable cars. From easy pistes for the youngest all the way to more challenging terrain for teenagers. In the Kitzbühel Alps you’ll find everything for a perfect family skiing holiday. In the region you’ll find a wide range of activities for the whole family, even away from the pistes. The Holiday Region Hohe Salve, Brixental Valley, the St. Johann in Tirol region and PillerseeTal have a wide selection of activities in store for you. Skiing, tobogganing, winter hiking, swimming or the extensive family and children’s programme all ensure that boredom doesn’t stand a chance. Get a glimpse of the wide range of options for families in winter in the four holiday regions.
The local families will show you the diversity of the ski areas in the large winter sports region. The families take you along on their skiing day and experience interesting activities also away from the pistes. Both families love winter and especially skiing. In addition, children have great fun in the learning and play grounds of the ski areas. Find out more from the locals about their homeland and everyday life in the Kitzbühel Alps.
“The mountains, the nature, we live among a unique diversity. I am very grateful for this."
Are you planning to spend a varied winter holiday with your family in Tirol? The Kitzbühel Alps are optimally suited for this, because with the many activities away from the slopes as well, your family holidays become a true experience. In the large winter sports region you’ll find around nine ski areas. Including one of the biggest, the SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental, one of the most legendary, KitzSki Kirchberg - Kitzbühel, the family ski area SkiStar St. Johann in Tirol and the snow pocket PillerseeTal with the Skicircus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, as well as the Buchensteinwand and the Steinplatte - Waidring. For beginners, the ski areas offer several practice lifts and various nursery slopes for making your first marks in the snow. Find out more now about the individual ski areas, their location, the range of pistes and catering options as well as their merits.
“No matter if the simple magic carpet, the large Kinderland or the unique Alpineigloo igloo-village, it’s an experience for everyone, young and old, big or small. The options are manifold.”
A tobogganing session with your family is something you should not miss out on! Tobogganing is part of any winter holiday - just like the icing on the cake. Tobogganing is a winter sport for everyone, be it at day or night, with lift support or on foot. With the toboggan, you’ll dash down into the valley at a lightning or leisurely speed. In the 20 townships of the Kitzbühel Alps you’ll find more than 10 optimally groomed and secured toboggan runs. From natural toboggan runs with plenty of snow, to sleigh rides with lift-ascent all the way to floodlit night-time routes. The toboggan runs are especially multifaceted. Amidst the Tirolean alpine world, you can enjoy leisurely ascents and then the culinary lodge magic as well as spirited toboggan runs. Find out more now about your personal adventure in the snow and find the suitable toboggan run near you!
“In Tirol it’s an open secret that every child learns to ski in unison with its first attempts at walking“
In the Holiday Region Hohe Salve, Brixental Valley, the St. Johann in Tirol region and in PillerseeTal you and your family are assured not to get bored. All four regions offer childcare-programmes for children under three years of age. If your children are already a little older, the many ski schools have put together dedicated children’s programmes. That way, you know your children are well looked after, while you spend a couple of hours skiing or enjoying wellness. In the large holiday region, you’ll also find all in- and outdoor activities for frolicking and playing, in addition to skiing.
“We were always out and about on the mountains a lot with our parents and grandparents. Shared activities, no matter in which weather, provided a framework for our daily routine”