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Ski tours in Tyrol: Ski touring paradise Kitzbüheler Alpen

That the Kitzbüheler Alpen are one of the most interesting ski-regions in the world is well-known. But only a few know that there are isolated valleys in the Kitzbüheler Alpen with wonderful ski tours. Good for those who come anyway to enjoy the great panorama of the Hohen Tauern (including Grossglockner and Grossvenediger), the Kitzbüheler Horn, the Wilder Kaiser and the no less beautiful Loferer and Leoganger Mountains.In the Kitzbüheler Alpen, ski tours are possible from the first snowfall (Bichlalm), in midwinter (Kelchsau & Spertental) and deep into spring (Wilder Kaiser & Kelchsau)

Ski touring

Ski rentals for ski tours

Ski rentals for ski tours

The ski rentals in the Kitzbüheler Alpen provide not only alpine skis, but also complete ski touring outfits. Here you'll find all rental locations.

Ski rentals for ski tours

Guided tours

Guided tours

How about a ski or mountain guide? He'll show you the most scenic peaks of the Kitzbüheler Alpen and the best downhill runs back into the valley.

Guided tours

Multi-day tours on touring skis

Multi-day tours on touring skis

Explore the Kitzbüheler Alpen on a multi-day ski tour. A wekend, a week with wonderful panoramas and fantastic downhill runs.

Multi-day tours on touring skis

Rules for ski tourers

Rules for ski tourers

"The Woipertouringer watches over the Kitzbüheler Alpen"! By observing the rules, you can help protect the habitat of the animals in the Kitzbüheler Alpen.

Rules for ski tourers

Ski touring map Kitzbüheler Alpen

Ski touring map Kitzbüheler Alpen

The ski touring map of the Kitzbüheler Alpen is available at all information booths in the region or you can order your personal map online.

Ski touring map Kitzbüheler Alpen

Several areas in the Kitzbüheler Alpen are suitable for ski touring.


The Kelchsau is a long north-south valley, which branches off at Hopfgarten in Brixental. At the tollbooth, the valley branches out into the Kurzer Grund (right) and the Langer Grund (left). Already while approaching, many nice tours beckon right and left from the road. (Lodron – 1,925m, Schwaigberghorn – 1,990m). Base camps with several options include the Wegscheid Inn (1,148m), Neue Bambergerhütte (1,761m) and Erla Brennhütte (1,213m). From the peaks in the Kelchsau (Schneegrubenspitze, Salzachgeier, Schafsiedel etc.) you can enjoy wonderful views of the Hohen Tauern with the Grossvenediger.


The Windautal valley ("Die Windau" as the locals call it) is a not quite so long north-south valley, branching off from Westendorf and running parallel to Kelchsautal valley. Midway you can find the Jagerhäusl Inn (815m). Here is the starting point for tours up the Lodron (1,925m) and the Brechhorn (2,037m), in winter the Steinberghaus Inn is (878m) the end of the line. From here, ski tours lead up the Gerstinger Joch (2,035m) and the Steinbergstein (2,215m). Those who don't shun long flat passages, can find many rewarding destinations at the head of the valley, including Gamskogel (2,206m) or Geige (2,084m).


The Sperten Valley, leading to the romantic village of Aschau from Kirchberg in Tyrol, is the third north-south tributary valley of the Brixental. Just after Aschau, the valley branches out into the Oberen Grund (right) and the Unteren Grund (left), here you'll also find a large parking lot (1,025m). Brechhorn (2,037m) and Gerstinger Joch (2,035m) can be scaled not only from the Windau, but also from the east. Further back in the valley are many more beautiful peaks. Even the Grosse Rettenstein (2,366m) has been conquered on skis.

Auracher Graben

The Auracher Graben is very popular with the locals, because it's easy to reach, with guaranteed snow and rich in variety. At the only right-hand turn on the road from Aurach to the Auracher Wildlife Park is a large parking lot (1,045m). From here it's about 30 minutes along a forest road until the terrain becomes more sparse and you have to decide on one of the many peaks: Gebra (2,057m), Bischof (2,127m), Sonnspitz (2,0262m), Staffkogel (2,115m) or Saalkogel (2,006m).

Wilde Kaiser

Some ski tours in the Wilder Kaiser are often possible into May (Schneekar, Griesner Kar). But in midwinter there are plenty of options, too, and the craggy rock formations of the Kaiser mountains never stop fascinating. Starting point for Wilder Kaiser tours are the Wochenbrunnalm, the parking lot below the Graspoint-Niederalm and the Kaiserbach valley (the toll-road only opens in spring)

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