Wyjazdy na narty Kitzbühel
Kitzbühel – Connected Austrian-Alpine Ski Holidays
Kitzbühel is the home of the Hahnenkamm Classic Ski Race and a recreation haven for the rich and famous to rub shoulders. The Kitzbühel skiing sits between the Kirchberg and Jochberg ski areas. A quick glance at the map shows a cobweb of intertwining high blues, reds and blacks. Cable cars (9), chairlifts (28) and draglifts (17) connect the whole Kitzbühel skiing and snowboarding area. The lowest altitude is just over 800 meters with the highest cable car going to 1892 meters. These make it possible to ski all of Hahnenkamm and Pengelstein, Jochberg and Resterhohe—168 km of possible skiing. Kitzbühel caters to groups and families looking for a nice spread of slopes, just 90 km from Innsbruck. There are 75 total ski runs covering 168 km. The 13 km ski run dropping vertically for 1200 meters is the longest run. The remaining of the ski runs are broken up into smaller segments, with reds having the most at 78 km, blues having 67 km and blacks including only 23 km. Cross-country crisscrosses the Kitzbühel area with 120 km of classic runs. If boarders are interested in Kitzbühel snowboarding then it’s best to buy the ski pass that interlinks all the ski areas, especially if riding for six or more days. All the aprčs skiing venues such as pubs, restaurants, discos mixed with ski huts, ski schools, ice skating, curling and some awesome night skiing grow more extravagant each and every ski season.
Kitzbühel Accommodation: Alpine chalets and hotels just walking distance from the town center and apartments for big or small families, Kitzbühel is the perfect place for three and four star travelers. Of course, the luxury hotels and accommodation are second to none for those who have a pocketbook to match.
Apres ski, restaurants, discos, bars, pubs, ski huts, ski schools, tobboganing, ice skating, curling, night skiing...
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Informacje o oœrodku narciarskimWszystkie: 170 km
Najdłuższy stok: 13 km
Trasy do narciarstwa biegowego: 60 km
Niebieska: 69 km
Czerwona: 77 km
Czarna: 24 km