Out and About
Skiing in Kitzbühel has a 118-year old tradition. The renowned sports town of Kitzbühel can look back on a truly unique skiing history that sets it apart from other alpine skiing resorts. For many decades, local superstar Toni Sailer and the world-famous Hahnenkamm ski race have been synonymous with Kitzbühel and have solidified the town’s legendary reputation. Thanks to its snow guarantee, Kitzbühel is one of the most popular ski resorts on the planet.
Snowboard & Freestyle
Kitzbühel not only has a deeply rooted skiing tradition, but is also constantly at the forefront of new winter sports. The marvellous local snow park is among the best in the Alps. Snowboarders and freeskiers appreciate this future-focused thinking as much as they appreciate what Mother Nature has generously pitched in: majestic mountains, varied alpine terrain, big grooves and cornices, spectacular drops and easily accessible back country areas make this area a freerider’s dream.
Cross Country Skiing
"Cross-country skiers live longer!" This saying says it all: this Nordic sport is good for you. There are few other activities that provide as complete a full-body workout as cross-country skiing does. Choose from 500 km of cross-country skiing routes spread all over the vast valleys. The high-altitude track with snow guarantee at the Kitzbüheler Horn is brand-new this winter.
Winter Hiking and Walking
Explore Kitzbühel and its surrounding villages on cleared winter walking paths and hiking routes leading past snow-covered fields and hills. Relax in the great outdoors and recharge your batteries. You will discover winter’s magic while walking through stunning natural beauty.
Summer Activities and Sports.
Four golf courses located in Kitzbühel as well as 30 other courses all located within 100 kilometres make the area the golfing centre of the Alps. Golf in Kitzbühel looks back on an impressive history: it has been practised in the so-called city of the chamois since as early as 1955. It all started at the Kitzbühel Kaps golf club.
Kitzbühel is the place to be for cyclists. No matter which discipline you prefer, 1,000 kilometres of road cycling paths in a large variety of distances and difficulty levels as well as an extensive network of trails and Alpine service roads provide multi-faceted exercising opportunities. The scenic street leading up to Kitzbüheler Horn is Austria's steepest cycling road and has become a classic road cycling street for road cyclists around the world. Kitzbühel is a true centre of athletic activity and offers endless cycling opportunities.
Walking and Hiking
Hiking is the favourite sport among summer tourists. Kitzbühel's extensive selection of hiking trails makes the area a hikers' paradise. You will surely find your favourite hiking path among the 1,000 kilometres of perfectly maintained trails. Kitzbühel Tourismus offers free guided hikes with experienced guides. Don't miss this unique opportunity of getting to know the countryside and its people.
Restaurants and evening entertainment
The area has a great selection of restaurants for all tastes and budgets. Kitzbuhel hotels have visited a number of restaurants in and around the area that have a good reputation and offer value plus quality. However, there are many to choose from and many new establishments that open every year that once in the resort just ask the locals for recommendations.
Great value Italian Pizza and past bar/restaurant. Large pizza cooked in traditional wood oven. Contemporary style with Lively atmosphere.
Michelin star restaurant with fantastic food and friendly atmosphere. Quality international and typical Austrian dishes. Good wine list and service. High end prices but not crazy. Booking advisable in high season.
Quality restaurant serving typical Austrian menu. Large portions with friendly service. Average Kitzbuhel prices. Try out the Club & lounge which goes on to the early hours and dance off some of those extra calories.
Typical Austrian style Tyrolean restaurant. Great food and friendly service in a cosy atmosphere. Austrian menu. Family run.
Kitzbuhel has some great apre ski and nightlife. Straight after skking head for one of the apre ski bars for a great atmosphere. Try out The Londoner if you enjoy live music and a lively time. It gets the night crowd from about 10pm onwards. Flanagan's is a popular Irish bar with lively atmosphere and live football on big screens. Pavillion has a good apres ski scene and not so expensive. Chizzo is one of the best night bars/club with good sounds and lively crowd. Fair prices. This is just a small selection of bars and pubs that Kitzbuhel has to offer, this town has something for everybody.