The Kitzbühel Alps stand out with their 20 Tirolean townships around Kitzbühel. Hopfgarten, Kirchberg, St. Johann in Tirol and Fieberbrunn are probably the best-known among them. Each township has its own charm and impresses with its vicinity to the ski areas. From more than 900 kilometres of pistes to the extensivenetwork of hiking and cycle paths to the scenic summits with views of the Kitzbühel Alps, Wilder Kaiser, the Hohe Tauern all the way to the Loferer and Leoganger Steinberge, the region is one large playground for sports fans. Be it skiing, snowboarding, winter hiking, cross-country skiing in winter or mountain biking, hiking and swimming in summer, the Holiday Region Hohe Salve, the Brixental Valley, the St. Johann in Tirol region and PillerseeTal have a large selection of activities to offer.
Experience the Kitzbühel Alps in all their diversity - summer and winter, on foot, by bike or on skis.
Are you an avid skier and planning an active skiing holiday in Tirol? And after skiing you want to enjoy some indulgence, too? In the large winter sports region you’ll find around 900 km of pistes and countless comfortable ski lodges and mountain restaurants, offering plenty of creature comforts. You want to see even more? Then the SuperSkiCard is your best companion for your winter holidays in Tirol. Explore a total of 22 skiing regions with more than 2,815 km of pistes in Tirol, Salzburg, Carinthia, Styria, Upper Austria and Bavaria. Up for a safari in the snow? Experience an unforgettable ski safari in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve, Brixental Valley, the St. Johann in Tirol region and PillerseeTal. From leisure- to family- and all the way to mile-crunching circuits, you’ll find a selection of circuits in the Skisafari-ticket.
Time out in the mountains of Tirol
Discover the diversity of the Kitzbühel Alps
In the Kitzbühel Alps, everyone will find something to suit them. The wide range of options spans from skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, winter hiking in winter to hiking, biking, golfing, swimming in summer. Spend a relaxed summer or winter holiday, public holidays or autumn vacation in the mountains of Tirol. The typical Tiroleanhospitality is practised by all accommodation providers such as hotels, B&Bs, holidays on the farm, holiday apartments and apartments. Browse the extensive travel guide with valuable insider tips for your holidays in the mountains of Austria.