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Kitzbühel Ski Packages

Lodging Discount Price
KUHOTEL by Rilano
23% off $469
Hotel Elisabeth
14% off $637
Lisi Family Hotel
14% off $449

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Kitzbühel, also spelled Kitzbüehel, is Austria’s most historic and celebrated alpine resort, the oldest – since alpine skiing began here in 1893 thanks to the bold Austrian Franz Reisch, who climbed to the summit of the Kitzbüheler Horn and skied it. Kitzbühel is also the first Alps ski resort with a cable car and five-star hotel in the 1920’s. The most famous Kitzbühel claim is hosting the biggest ski race in the world, the Hahnenkamm Downhill every January since 1931. Finally, Kitzbuhel is a small authentic Alps village, dating back to silver mining in the 16th century. The medieval and Tyrolean chalet architecture blends beautifully in this world-famous ski village of 8,000 locals. Aside from the fascinating alpine history is the view, the Kitzbüheler Alps in Northwest Austria dominated by three major peaks, the Kitzbüheler Horn, Hahnenkamm Mountain and Wilder Kaiser – the wild king.

18/19 Historical Snowfall


beginner-8 %
intermediate41 %33 %
advanced45 %8 %
expert14 %25 %
total runs60 12
ski area1,112ac 741,316ac
summit elevation6,561ft 7,343ft
total lifts--
child lift ticket€27 EUR ($30 USD) -
adult lift ticket€55 EUR ($62 USD) -
back country
value for money
average total snowfall26″ -

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Kitzbühel Reviews

Good 3.6 / 5
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Average!3 / 5Dec 03, 2017
YKYanni K.
advanced skier
Nice place but expensive and too crowded, with icy conditions. Look for warmer days to ski and also very impressive when they do ski races! Nice town, easy access. Try to avoid the traffic if driving from Munich Germany. It can be a long drive......!... More
Very Good!4.2 / 5Nov 06, 2017
KUKen U.
advanced skier
A great place to ski with the family and enjoy the alpine culture. Quaint towns surround the mountains. Make sure to return to the correct one at the end of the day. And, be sure to get some goulash at one of the on-mountain restaurants.... More

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